LISMATH

Lisbon Mathematics PhD

LISMATH

Lisbon Mathematics PhD

LisMath PhD defense by Jocelyn Lochon: Abril 24, 2020, 15h30, FCUL, online thesis defence. Thesis: Supercharacter theories for discrete algebra groups

LisMath PhD defense by João Dias: February 28, 2020, 15h30, FCUL. Thesis: Smooth representations of groups associated with algebras defined over non-archimedean fields

LisMath PhD defense by David García-García: January 31, 2020, 10h30, FCUL. Thesis: Schur Averages in Random Matrix Ensembles

LisMath PhD defense by Nguyen Bin: October 28, 2019, 15h, room PA3, IST. Thesis: Surfaces of general type with non-birational canonical map

LisMath PhD defense by Davide Polini: October 21, 2019, 15h, room PA3, IST. Thesis: Classifying and counting $N = 2$ BPS black holes in an STU model

LisMath PhD defense by Pedro Pinto: September 24, 2019, 14h30, FCUL. Thesis: Proof Mining with the Bounded Functional Interpretation

LisMath PhD defense by Hillal Elshehabey: July 24, 2019, 15h, room PA3, IST. Thesis: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of an Anaerobic Digester

LisMath Seminar Day, July 15, 2019. All welcome.

Next call for (up to) 9 LisMath fellowships opens on March 6, 2019, and closes on April 20, 2019.

LisMath Seminar Day, June 26, 2018. All welcome.

Angus Macintyre, member of the External Advisory Committee, will be visiting on June 25-26, 2018, to assess LisMath activities.

The program **Lisbon Mathematics PhD** (**LisMath,** for short) aims at preparing high level researchers in the field of Mathematics by bundling the training and research expertise of two of the existing PhD programs in Mathematics in Lisbon, namely

- Doctoral Program in Mathematics at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)
- Doctoral Program in Mathematics at Faculdade de Ciências (FCUL).

LisMath is supported by eight research units belonging to either IST or FCUL.

The program, initially funded by a 2.2 M€ grant from the Portuguese Science Foundation (FCT), started in September 2014 and recruited 36 students during its first four editions. Meanwhile, the program has been extended by one more edition. Up to nine students will be recruited in this fifth edition. The last LisMath class is thus expected to graduate in 2023.