School of Mathematics

Knowledge Exchange

The School of Mathematics works with a wide number of external companies, organisations, charities and government departments on collaborative research projects, consultancy work and student activity.

Work with us

Find out more about how you can work with the School of Mathematics on collaborative projects and knowledge exchange.

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Our industry engagement newsletter is sent three times per year, and highlights upcoming events and opportunities, as well as stories from previous collaborations. To stay up to date with what we're doing, and hear about upcoming engagement opportunities, join our mailing list below. 

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Why work with us?

The School of Mathematics works with a wide number of external companies, organisations, charities and government departments on collaborative research projects, consultancy work and student activity.

What you can do with us

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We offer a variety of ways for industry and academia to work together, varying in both in levels of resource commitment and mathematical expertise. Our activity splits into three areas: student engagement, research and innovation, and specialist advice.

Who do we work with?

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We are experienced at working with a wide number of external companies, charities and government departments, along with partners associated with the University of Edinburgh. We have a strong track record of working with organisations is sectors such as energy, financial mathematics, statistics and data science, and healthcare, and are open to opportunities from new sectors.

Case Studies

Our case studies provide examples of how various companies and organisations have worked with us across a range of activity.

Software

The School of Mathematics is home to several software services that are used internationally in a broad range of settings.

Get in touch

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We are open to discussing all avenues of collaboration, whether the activity is well-established or brand new. Simply get in touch with us to start discussions!