Prof Ruth King has been elected to the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) Council. Her term on the Council will start in January 2018 and will last for 4 years. The council ballot results can be found in https://www.statslife.or ...
The University of Edinburgh is establishing a new Centre for Statistics, which is being spearheaded by the School of Mathematics. The vision for the Centre is to act as a focus for statistical activity across the University, to promote the establishment of innovative inter-disciplinary statistical research programmes, provide effective communication of statistical ideas to an academic and external audience and to be at the forefront of training the next generation of statisticians and data scientists.
Dr Jonathan Gair from the School of Mathematics has contributed to the first detection and analysis of a powerful astronomical event - the merger of two very dense neutron stars.
Prof. Keith Moffatt FRS, FRSE was an undergraduate student at Edinburgh 1953-1957, who subsequently was the Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge, as well as Head of DAMTP and Director of the Newton Institute.
Ruth King and Vanda Carvalho, with Tom Bird (Centre for Inflammation Research) have been awarded a CSO research grant "Validating and Improving Serum Biomarkers for Liver Cancer Surveillance".
One of the most pleasurable tasks of the Board of Examiners of the School of Mathematics is the award of prizes to those undergraduate students who have distinguished themselves by their academic performance.
Congratulations to Iain Gordon who has been awarded an EPSRC network grant.
The 10th International Conference on Forensic Inference and Statistics was held in Minneapolis on September 6th to 8th, 2017. Colin Aitken, Amy Wilson and Ya-ting (Sabrina) Chang from the School of Mathematics attended. All gave ...
Professor Ruth King was a guest editor, with Mevin Hooten (U.S. Geological Survey and Colorado State University) and Roland Langrock (Bielefeld University) of the special issue of the Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental ...
Last month 2nd year Mathematics student Clementine Thompson won bronze at the European U21 Laser Championships in Douarnenez, France, making her the first British woman to have won a medal at a U21 competition.