QS World University Rankings 2013/2014
The University of Edinburgh is number 17 in the world. The School of Mathematics is number 31 in the world.
New grants awarded
The School of Mathematics would like to congratulate James Maddison and Martin Kalck on their recent grant success. James Maddison has been awarded a NERC New Investigator Award worth over £330,000 for the project "Implementation ...
Mathematical Beauty and Neurology
Sir Michael Atiyah has coauthored a paper establishing that the brain perceives mathematical beauty in the same way as any other beauty.
Alumna 80th birthday celebration
On Monday 20th January the School of Mathematics was proud to host a celebration of the 80th birthday of alumna Patricia Hiddleston (née Wallace). Patricia graduated in 1956, the only woman in her class and the only person ...
PhD applications deadline 31 January 2014
The School of Mathematics is currently inviting applications from students who wish to start a PhD in September/October 2014, with application deadline 31 January 2014.
All of our applications are now made online. Please see ...
The Edinburgh Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Data Science
The Edinburgh Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Data Science is now inviting applications for 10 fully-funded PhD studentships, to start in September 2014. Students with a strong background in mathematics, computer science, ...
Chancellor's Fellowship available in Statistics or Applied Probability
Chancellor’s Fellow [tenure-track posts at Lecturer or Reader level]
Applications are invited for a Chancellor’s Fellow post in Mathematics. The Fellowship provides a research-focused reduced-teaching ...
PhD studentships in Mathematics for the Earth and Environment
The Edinburgh Earth & Environment Doctoral Training Partnership is offering PhD studentships funded by NERC for a September 2014 start.
School of Mathematics website redesign
The School of Mathematics website has undergone a make-over and now has a new design. We hope you like it!
Botanica Mathematica is a project which uses textiles to explore the mathematical structures and patterns arising in botanical forms. This unique fusion of mathematics, craft and biology is the brainchild of Mathematics Engagement ...