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New research by Prof Jacques Vanneste of the School of Mathematics and Alexandra Tzella, formerly a postdoctoral researcher in the School and now a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, explains how pollutants would navigate streets in urban areas.

Congratulations to Ben Leimkuhler who has been awarded an EPSRC three year responsive mode grant.

Congratulations to Michal Branicki who has been awarded two travel grants from the Office of Naval Research.

Congratulations to Adri Olde Daalhuis who has been awarded a five year grant by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to work on "Rigorous and Presentable Asymptotics for Special Functions and Othogonal Polynomials". ...

Congratulations to Jacques Vanneste who has been awarded funds by the EPSRC network Maths Foresees for a feasibility project entitled "A multiscale model of urban dispersion". This work will be carried out in collaboration ...

Congratulations to Michal Branicki who has been awarded a three year grant by the Office of Naval Research (Mathematics Division) to work on 'Path-space information theory for improving Lagrangian predictions'. ...

Applications are invited for the post of Postdoctoral Researcher in the mathematical modelling of gene expression and associated areas. The post is available from 1 December 2015, or a mutually agreed date, for a 30-month fixed-term ...

Congratulations to Nikola Popovic who has been awarded a three year grant by the Leverhulme Trust to work on 'The nature of gene expression: model selection and parameter inference'. A postdoc will join Nikola later ...

At 4pm on Tuesday, 10th February the Maxwell Institute will host a colloquium by distinguished professor Philip K. Maini from the University of Oxford, entitled "Case Studies in Modelling Collective Cell Motion".

The School of Mathematics will join with computer scientists at Edinburgh University, as well as partners at 4 other major UK universities (Cambridge, Oxford, UCL and Warwick) in realising the vision of the Alan Turing Institute as the UK's hub for new research in data science.