Prof Ruth King as guest editor of the special issue of the Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics
Professor Ruth King was a guest editor, with Mevin Hooten (U.S. Geological Survey and Colorado State University) and Roland Langrock (Bielefeld University) of the special issue of the Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental ...
Last month 2nd year Mathematics student Clementine Thompson won bronze at the European U21 Laser Championships in Douarnenez, France, making her the first British woman to have won a medal at a U21 competition.
Congratulations to Lyuba Chumakova who has been awarded a grant by the Leverhulme Trust.
Congratulations to Jacques Vanneste who has been awarded a NERC research grant.
Congratulations to Sir Michael Atiyah who has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship.
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.
Congratulations to Jelle Hartong who has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.
Jonathan Gair (with collaborator Alberto Vecchio, University of Birmingham) has been awarded a grant by the UK Space Agency.
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).
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 ...