In this web site you can find our professors who are able and willing to supervise international PhD students, together with their research interests.

The Institute of Physics offers PhD positions in the following research fields:

  • Fundamentals of Cosmology - Group Leader: Prof. Mariusz P. Dąbrowski

    The PhD projects should be focused on one of the following topics:Mariusz Dąbrowski

    • Observational and experimental consequences of the variability of physical constants. In particular, variability of speed of light and related Lorentz and CPT symmetry violation.
    • Observational verification of alternative gravities cosmological models as models of dark energy or dark matter.
    • The multiverse models. Designing possible observational tests to check for the multiverse hypothesis (e.g. related to quantum entanglement and wormhole connections).
    • Quantum aspects of black holes. Black hole information loss paradox, entanglement, thermodynamics. Relation to quantum computing.
    • The structure of exotic singularities (e.g. big-rip, sudden future singularities) in cosmology. Transition through singularities. Non-standard geometry of cosmological models.

    Informal inquiries and applications:

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    At least one letter of reference should be sent directly to the above addresses.

    Web site of Szczecin Cosmology Group

  • Nuclear Physics and Energy - Group Leader: Prof. Konrad Czerski

    The PhD projects should be focused on one of the following topics:

    Informal inquiries and applications:

    At least one letter of reference should be sent directly to the above addresses.

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  • Andrzej Dąbrowski - Number Theory and Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry

    Research activities:

    • Special values of L-functions at integer points.
    • P-adic L-functions of automorphic forms.
    • Iwasawa theory.
    • Arithmetic of abelian varieties.
    • Applications of modular forms and elliptic curves to Fermat type
    • diophantine equations.

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  • Alexander Felshtyn - Dynamical Systems, Topology, Group theory, Representation theory, Number theory.

    Research activities:

    • Dynamic zeta functions and Nielsen-Reidemeister fixed point theory.
    • Zeta functions in group theory and in representation theory.
    • Reidemeister torsion in dynamics.
    • Floer homology theory and symplectic dynamics.
    • Twisted Burnside-Frobenius representation theory.
    • Groups with the property R-infinity.
    • Gauss congruences for Reidemeister and Nielsen numbers.

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  • Piotr Krason - Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry

    piotr krasonResearch activities:

    • Galois l-adic representations, cohomologies, Abelian varieties.
    • p-adic Hodge theory, local to global principle in various algebraic categories.
    • classial conjectures such as Mumford-Tate, Hodge.
    • Steenrod algebra, Algebraic K-theory.
    • Applications of number theory to Physics and Informatics.
    • Algebraic groups and representation theory over p-adic fields.

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  • Katarzyna and Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann - valuation theory, real algebra, model theoretic algebra

    Research activities:

    • General valuation theory.
    • Applications of valuation theory to algebraic and arithmetic
    • algebraic geometry: local uniformization and desingularization in
    • arbitrary characteristic and dimension.
    • Model theory of valued fields.
    • Valuations on function fields, Zariski spaces of places.
    • Spaces of real places.
    • Valuation theory of ordered fields with exponential functions or derivations, Hardy fields.
    • Ordered sets, abelian groups and fields.
    • Ultrametric spaces.
    • Fixed point theory of contracting functions

    Web site of research group

  • Hagen Meltzer - Representation Theory of Finite-Dimensional Algebras and Non-commutative Algebraic Geometry

    Research activities:

    • Stable categories of vector bundles over weighted projective lines.
    • Nilpotent operators of vector spaces with flags of invariant subspaces.
    • Dimension vectors and matrices for exceptional objects in categories for nilpotent operators with invariant subspaces.
    • Classication of tubular canonical algebras.
    • Exceptional modules over wild canonical algebras.
    • Nakayama algebras and Fuchsian singularities.
    • Branch enlargements of algebras.

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  • Grigorij Sklyar - Control Theory

    Research activities:

    • Calculus of variations.
    • Optimal control and optimization.
    • Fourier analysis and integral transforms.
    • Spectral operator theory.
    • Qualitative theory of ordinary and partial differential equations,  delayed equations.
    • Analytic and algebraic methods in control systems theory.
    • Linearization and homogeneous approximation.
    • Stability and stabilizability theory.
    • Mechanics of deformable solids.

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