PhD in Computational Science
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Academic disciplines of chemistry, chemical biology, biophysics and chemical physics have a critical dependence on computer simulation and large scale data analysis to understand observed phenomena and advance the frontiers of disciplinary knowledge.
Develop a research methodology to advance the existing knowledge in mathematical modelling and informatics methods as it applies to the domain sciences (chemistry, chemical biology, glycobiology, genomics, glycomics, biophysics, and chemical physics) through the investigation of a substantial problem in the domain sciences requiring a computational approach. The research methods are exclusively the development of a new computational method or modelling (statistical & mathematical) of a problem in the domain sciences.
External thesis examination process as per Faculty rules for the PhD and Doctoral Degrees Board.