The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) invites candidates to apply for one of our doctoral program tracks: (1) Applied Mathematics or (2) Applied Probability & Statistics. The Department’s research focus spans Mathematical Biology and Computational Neuroscience, Scientific Computing, Fluid Dynamics, Materials Science, Wave Propagation, Applied Analysis, and Applied Probability and Statistics, including Biostatistics and Data Science.
We offer teaching and research assistantships, which include a tuition waiver, a competitive stipend starting at $25,000 per academic year and, pending funding availability, at least $3,500 in summer support. The application target date is December 15, 2021, but review will be ongoing until all available positions are filled.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is a “Research I” University by Carnegie Classification, with a campus in the city of Newark. NJIT is conveniently located in close vicinity to many other centers of research in mathematical biology and neuroscience, across the street from Rutgers-Newark, and within about 40 min of New York City by public transportation.