Mathematical Models For Engineering, Electromagnetics And Nanosciences

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Educational goals

The Ph.D. Course in Mathematical Models for Engineering, Electromagnetism and Nanosciences prepares young graduate students to perform theoretical and applied research in the fields of Mathematics, Electromagnetism and Material Sciences, which constitute the three curricula of the program. The Course also aims at the development of scientific interaction between these sectors. Students can join the research teams and the laboratories led by members of either SBAI Department, the Scientific Board, or Sapienza’s Departments of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, agreeing on one or more projects. Besides research activities, students follow two/three courses on the first year and one course on the second year, while the third year is mainly dedicated to the preparation of the final dissertation. The educational offer is broad in each curriculum. Minicourses and series of seminars are also organized, held by Italian and foreign experts coming from both academia and the professional world. Dedicated rooms and workplaces are provided. Students are encouraged to carry out training experiences and study trips in universities, laboratories or research centers, also abroad, and to attend conferences and Ph.D. schools. The goal is to help them reach an active and autonomous role in research and professions. The curriculum in MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING provides both a solid mathematical preparation and an opening to problems originating from applications. Research subjects span from the elaboration and the analysis of (both deterministic and stochastic) differential models to numerical, computational, algebraic and geometrical methods, with applications in diverse fields (fluid dynamics, electromagnetism, materials science, biology, social sciences, data and networks analysis and processing). The curriculum in ELECTROMAGNETISM provides competences in research areas ranging from the analysis of the spectrum of electromagnetic waves (from industrial to optical frequencies) to physical technologies, including the analysis of materials and of the interaction between electromagnetic field and matter. In addition, the curriculum develops advanced methodologies based on microscopy, diffraction, atomistic simulation, and spectroscopy for multiscale chemical-physical characterization. The curriculum in MATERIALS SCIENCE forms experts in the fields of new advanced materials and nanoscience, providing a correct balance between fundamental knowledge and familiarity to applications (energy, electronics and sensors, photonic and optoelectronics, biology, environmental sustainability, building, automotive and aviation). The research is developed in a diversity of areas, from chemistry to physics, chemical-physics of hybrid organic-inorganic systems, electronics, applied mathematics, and crystallography.

Exam - Oral

Giorno: 22/7/2024 Ora: 09:00 Aula: Aula seminari - Edificio RM004 Indirizzo: Via Antonio Scarpa, 16 - 00161 Roma

Tests - Evaluation of qualifications

Giorno: 9/7/2024




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