Dr. Katharina Huber was awarded a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany, in 1997. After finishing her PhD, she spent two years as a Marsden Postdoctoral fellow at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, working on problems in Phylogenetics. In the beginning of 2000, she moved to Sundsvall, Sweden, where she joined the Department of Mathematics and Physics as a lecturer in Discrete Mathematics. After two years, she moved to Uppsala, Sweden, where she joined the Department of Biometry and Engineering, The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and the Linnaeus Centre for Bioinformatics. In April 2003, she was awarded the title of a "docent" by Uppsala University. In the summer of 2004, she moved to the United Kingdom where she joined the School of Computing Sciences at UEA. In Aug. 2012 she was promoted to Senior Lecturer. Since Feb. 2011 she has been a member of the London Mathematical Society (LMS).


Research opportunities

Katharina always welcomes enquiries from potential Phd students. She would be particularly keen on recruiting someone to assist her with the development of novel mathematical methodology and algorithms to help understand the complex processes that drive evolution. However she will also seriously consider applicants that would like to work in other any other area of interest to her. Unfortunately, she is unlikely to have a PhD-studentship available for the academic year 2014/15 but would of course help with applications for external funding for 2015/16. 

Computing Sciences PhD Opportunities

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