Letter on the EU referendum
Congratulations to Tom Leinster who has been awarded a BBSRC FLIP award entitled 'Mathematical Theory and Biological Applications of Diversity'
Prof. Andrew Blake (Founding Director of Alan Turing Institute) will visit the School of Mathematics on Friday, 27th May.
Congratulations to Arend Bayer and Michael Wemyss for 3 papers accepted by the prestigious Duke Mathematical Journal and Inventiones Mathematicae!
Congratulations to Colin Aitken who has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship entitled 'Statistics and the evaluation of evidence for forensic scientists'.
Peter Richtarik, a Lecturer at the School of Mathematics, and his colleague and former postdoc Olivier Fercoq, now Assistant Professor at Telecom ParisTech, will receive the SIGEST Award of the Society for Industrial and Applied ...
The School of Mathematics Whittaker Colloquium will be given by Professor Andrew Blake (Funding Director of the Alan Turing Institute) at 4PM on Friday, 27th May in Lecture Room A of the James Clerk Maxwell Building on the King's Buildings campus.
A Post-Doctoral Research Associate position funded by the European Research Council is available for research into connections between Noncommutative Ring Theory and Hopf Algebras.
The School of Mathematics Whittaker Colloquium will be given by Professor Edward Witten (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) at 4PM on Friday, 13th May in the Main Lecture Room of the Swann Building on the King's Buildings campus.
Applications are invited for the post of Postdoctoral Research Associate in algebraic and/or symplectic geometry.