Centre for networks and collective behaviour

Postgraduate study

The CNCB is currently home to five PhD students, undertaking research into topics including wireless communications, fragmentation-coalescence processes, and collective behaviour in invasive species. We are always interested to hear potential new students.

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Statisical Applied Mathematics (SAMBa) would be an ideal home for students interested in mathematical aspects of networks and collective behaviour. Around ten fully-funded PhD scholarships are available each year. There are also many opportunities for postgraduate study in the Centre for networks and collective behaviour in a wide range of academic fields, including Biology, Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics. If you are intersted in pursuing a research degree within the CNCB, we recommend making direct contact with one of our members whose work you find interesting. You can find out more about their work and available PhD projects by exploring the Members list.

For more general information about postgraduate study, please visit the Faculty of Science Graduate School.