Tom Leinster has been awarded the 2019 Chauvenet Prize. This prize is awarded to the author of an outstanding expository article on a mathematical topic. First awarded in 1925, the Prize is named for William Chauvenet, a professor of mathematics at the United States Naval Academy. It was established through a gift in 1925 from J. L. Coolidge, then President of the Mathematical Association of America. Winners of the Chauvenet Prize are among the most distinguished of mathematical expositors.
John Pearson has been awarded an EPSRC New Investigator Award titled ‘Modern Linear Algebra for PDE-Constrained Optimisation Models for Huge-Scale Data Analysis'.
George Kinnear and Pamela Docherty along with colleagues in the School of Physics and Astronomy and R(D)SVS have been awarded a grant under the Principal's Teaching Award Scheme.
Arend Bayer has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant worth almost 2 million euros.
A joint research day between the Centre for Statistics and the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences took place on Tuesday 20th November 2018. The scope of the meeting was to promote interdisciplinary research across the University ...
Congratulations to Dr Sara Wade who has been elected Secretary of the Bayesian Nonparametric Section of the International Society of Bayesian Analysis. The purpose of the Bayesian Nonparametrics Section of ISBA is to promote research ...
Congratulations to Andrea Appel who has been awarded an Action Fund grant by the Institute for Academic Development.
Congratulations to Ioannis Papastathopoulos who has been awarded an APEX grant.
PhD student Matt Booth and MMath student Robert Campbell Hewson are part of the University of Edinburgh team competing on University Challenge.
Congratulations to Nikola Popovic who successfully applied for a University of Sydney - University of Edinburgh Partnership Collaboration Award.