Notes of the School Whittaker Colloquium given by Edward Witten in May 2016
The paper Microtubule organization is determined by the shape of epithelial cells answers a long-standing question in cell biology, whether internal cellular structures (microtubulae cytoskeleton) control the shape of cells during ...
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.
Julian Hall, in collaboration with his former PhD student Qi Huangfu, has been awarded the prize for the best paper of 2015 in Computational Optimization and Applications. The article describes the novel numerical linear algebra techniques required by their efficient parallel implementation of the dual revised simplex method.
Applications are invited for 2 lectureships to work in the Hodge Institute. The positions are available to start on 1 August 2017 or by agreement. Exceptionally, the appointments may be to Readership.
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 Arend again! The Edinburgh Mathematical Society has awarded that the Whittaker Prize for 2016 to Dr. Arend Bayer, a Reader in the School of Mathematics. In 2013 he won an ERC starting grant, in 2015 the Cambridge ...
On 23 June 2016 the UK electorate voted in a national referendum to leave the European Union. There is much uncertainty about what exactly this will mean in the future for the UK and for the EU, and also for Science in the UK. ...