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- asymmetric exclusion process (ASEP) and zero-range processes
- classical and quantum integrable systems
- conformal field theory
- equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics including spin models
- instantons and monopoles
- low-dimensional quantum gravity
- noncommutative field theory
- solvable lattice models
- string theory and M-theory
- supersymmetric gauge theories
- topological quantum field theories
Further information can be found on the Mathematical Physics web page
Applicants should have an MSc or minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree in a related area.
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