Reasons for a joint Program

This PhD Program in Mathematics follows from the will, jointly expressed by the Scientific Councils of the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto and of the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra, of creating a graduate program in Mathematics that may become an international reference school, aiming therefore at achieving the highest quality standards.

The Departments of Mathematics of the Universities of Coimbra and Porto have played a leading role in Mathematics in Portugal and share a remarkable scientific complementarity, together covering – and, in several cases, leading – a wide range of mathematical areas on the Portuguese scene. The PhD Program in Mathematics meets the need to develop, organize, and direct to an international audience, the increasing activity of the two Departments in the mentoring of PhD students.

External Advisory Commitee

The External Advisory Committee is formed by three leading mathematicians, whose expertise covers a large spectrum of the areas of the PhD program and who have a long experience in terms of supervising PhD students and directing graduate or academic departmental programs:

Fredi Tröltzsch (Institut für Mathematik, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

Alexei Miasnikov (Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J., USA)

Marcelo Viana (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

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Defended Theses

  • Coupling hyperbolic and parabolic IBVP: applications to drug delivery
      Daniela Sofia Domingues Jordão (December 2020)
      José Augusto Ferreira
  • Drug transport enhanced by temperature: mathematical analysis and numerical simulation
      Maria Elisa Barbosa Silveira (November 2020)
      José Augusto Ferreira
      Paula de Oliveira
  • The Hurwitz and Lipschitz Integers and Some Applications
      Nikolaos Tsopanidis (November 2020)
      António Machiavelo
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