Dr. Robert Raphael can direct masters and/or doctoral theses in ring theory and associated topics. These include commutative ring theory, rings of continuous functions, f-rings, and lattice-ordered rings. There is some emphasis on the lifting of orthogonal sets.
The selected candidate(s) will be offered a competitive funding package which is designed to cover tuition and living expenses. The total financial package may consist of Research Assistantship Bursaries, Teaching Assistantships, and University awards such as the Concordia University Graduate Fellowship (PhD), Concordia International Tuition Award of Excellence, and additional scholarships and bursaries. Students admitted to the MSc/MA receive funding for 2 years and PhD students receive funding for up to 4 years, subject to satisfactory performance.
Students applying to the MSc/MA/PhD program should hold or be finishing an undergraduate degree in mathematics with a solid background in algebra and topology-analysis. Those applying for the doctoral program should have had exposure to ring theory and topology.
How to apply
No longer accepting applications for September 2018 entry
For more information about this opportunity and about research in Ring Theory at Concordia University, please contact Dr. Robert Raphael at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send an email to Dr. Robert Raphael indicating your interest in the position.