Fox Prize success for Edinburgh Mathematics!
The IMA's Leslie Fox Prize is the pre-eminent worldwide prize for young researchers in the area of Numerical Analysis. The 18th Leslie Fox Prize was awarded in Glasgow on the 26th of June, with Aretha Teckentrup (School of Mathematics Lecturer and Alan Turing Institute Faculty Fellow) and Robert Gower (2016 PhD School of Mathematics graduate, currently working at Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris) each receiving a second prize.
Grant Success: Royal Society University Research Fellowship
Congratulations to Jelle Hartong who has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.
Grant Success: Jonathan Gair
Jonathan Gair (with collaborator Alberto Vecchio, University of Birmingham) has been awarded a grant by the UK Space Agency.
Energy systems modelling blog
Chris Dent, Reader in Industrial Mathematics in the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, has written a blog article discussing key issues in energy systems modelling (with the help of a few experts including George Box, Darth Vader and Brian Clough). In particular he looks at issues of relating model results to the real world, and what is required to use modelling to support taking good decisions with respect to the real world (as opposed to model world).
New model demonstrates the effect of eddies on ocean current and climate
A recent article published in the Journal of Geophysical Research co-authored by James Maddison of the School of Mathematics proposes a new mathematical model for the impact of eddies on the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, the ...
Scientists outline plans to reduce the environmental footprint of Brazilian beef
Julian Hall and PhD student, Rafael de Oliveria Silva, with co-authors from SRUC, the University of York and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation have published a paper on how the country's farmers can meet the rising demands for beef without increasing the amount of farming space used.
Grant success for education research
Two projects relating to mathematics education, led by staff in the School of Mathematics, have received funding from the Principal's Teaching Award Scheme.
Grant Success: Sergio Garcia, Joerg Kalcsics and Jacek Gondzio
Sergio Garcia, Joerg Kalcsics and Jacek Gondzio have been awarded an EPSRC grant "IP-Match: Integer Programming for Large and Complex Matching Problems" worth over £0.5M.
Sir Roger Penrose : Honorary Degree, Whittaker Colloquium and seminar
Sir Roger Penrose: Honorary Degree, Whittaker Lecture and seminar
Turing/LMS Inverse Problems and Data Science workshop
The Turing and LMS funded workshop on Inverse Problems and Data Science, organised by Natalia Bochkina (University of Edinburgh), Carola Schoenlieb (University of Cambridge), Marta Betcke (UCL) and Sean Holman (University of Manchester), ...