Welcome to the home page of the Network Mathematics graduate programme. This development in communication networks education is funded by the Higher Education Authority, and is a joint initiative between the Hamilton Institute, NUI Maynooth and CTVR, Trinity College Dublin. The Network Mathematics Graduate Programme is fully integrated into the structured PhD programmes of both partner institutions.
Structured PhD Programmes
The modules offered under the Network Mathematics and TGI Programmes are integrated into the structured PhD programme of the Hamilton Institute and CTVR. For details on the Hamilton structured PhD programme, see Hamilton Structured PhDs.
TGI Mathematics Modules
The Telecommunications Graduate Initiative, which is funded by the Higher Education Authority, started in 2011 and also offers advanced block modules in applied mathematics and other areas relevant to telecommunications and networking. For details on TGI modules and how to register for them, see the TGI website. Details of upcoming mathematics TGI modules can be found at TGI Modules.
Our objective is very simple: to deliver a unique and rich educational experience to 3rd and 4th level students interested in networking related research. Our hope is to provide a solid preparation for graduates embarking on independent research in these areas. A key component of our strategy is to assemble world-class faculty in Ireland to deliver these modules in week-long blocks each year.
Please explore the graduate programme web pages to acquire a flavour of our initiative. Should you be interested in attending, we would love to welcome you. International students and participants from industry are also very welcome to attend.
There are also video recordings of a selection of modules from 2009 and 2010 at the Videos webpage.