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Applied Mathematics

The PhD program in Applied Mathematics is a training to and through research and a professional research experience. It leads to the production of new knowledge. It includes personal research work carried out by the doctoral student. It is completed by additional training validated by the doctoral school. It focuses on work of scientific, economic, social, technological or cultural interest. It culminates in the award of the national doctoral diploma. The diploma, issued by an accredited higher education institution, confers on its holder the grade and title of doctor. This PhD is prepared in the Mathematical Engineering Research Laboratory (LIM) whose research themes are:

1. Mathematical and numerical modeling

2. Asymptotic analysis

3. Hydrodynamic instability

4. Control of complex systems

5. Stochastic processes and random walks