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Postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and long-term visitors are an important part of the harmonic analysis group at UBC. We have supervised students and postdocs in harmonic analysis, additive combinatorics, analytic number theory, and geometric measure theory. Our former trainees have gone on to careers in academia and industry.
Prospective graduate students:
Are you interested in graduate studies in mathematics? Would you like to work with us? The
departmental graduate web page
has general information on application procedures, admission and degree requirements.
I also have an additional
Frequently Asked Questions page for prospective graduate students.
Most postdoctoral positions in our department are funded and arranged by individual research gro
ups. General information on application procedures is available on the departmental web page; we
also encourage applicants interested in working with us to contact us directly. A typical posit
ion with our group will have a duration of 2 years and a teaching load of 1.5 course per year. W
e may or may not be able to make offers in any given year, depending on the availability of fund
ing. Check with us to find out if we have positions available this year.
Policies and procedures:
- UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies:
policies, procedures, and other general information
for all UBC graduate students. Note that
departments may have additional requirements above those mandated
by FoGS. Some additional Math requirements are mentioned in the
pages linked below.
- Graduate degree requirements in Mathematics:
see the departmental degree
requirements web page.
- Western Canadian Deans of Graduate
Studies: this is where you can look up the rules and procedures
on taking courses at other participating institutions in Western Canada,
shared graduate programs, distance graduate education, etc.