Researchers win grants totalling over Â£1M
Arend Bayer and Milena Hering have together been awarded more than Â£1 million in grants for their work in algebraic geometry.
University chosen to deliver prestigious Q-Step programme
The University of Edinburgh has been awarded Â£1.46 million to host â€˜Q-Stepâ€™, a programme designed to promote a step-change in quantitative social science training.
Julian Hall wins award for best use of OR software
Julian Hall has been awarded the 2013 COIN-OR cup which celebrates the best use of open-source software for OR.
Agata Smoktunowicz wins Chancellor's Award
Agata Smoktunowicz has won the Chancellor's Award for research excellence, for her groundbreaking work in non-commutative algebra.
Public lecture series celebrating Maths for Planet Earth 2013
This Autumn/Winter there will be a series of three public lectures by local mathematicians celebrating Maths for Planet Earth 2013.
Lectureships in Probability and/or Financial Mathematics
Applications are invited for up to two permanent lectureships in Probability and/or in Financial Mathematics. We expect candidates to have either an established record of first-class research or to be able to demonstrate excellent ...
School wins Athena Swan award
We are very proud to announce that the School of Mathematics has been awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
New appointments for 2013/14
The School of Mathematics is pleased to welcome a number of new staff to the University.
Cancer research in the New York Times
Mathematician and cancer researcher Tibor Antal has had his latest paper discussed in an article in the New York Times.
Success for PhD student in numerical analysis prize
Congratulations go to PhD student Martin TakÃ¡Ä for winning second prize in the IMA Leslie Fox prize in numerical analysis.