ERC Starting Grant Success: Tadahiro Oh
Congratulations to Tadahiro Oh who has been awarded a five year ERC Starting Grant. 13 grants were awarded by the Mathematics Panel across the whole of Europe and there was only one other grant awarded in the UK. Hiro will ...
"The Beauty of Mathematics" Lecture by Sir Michael Atiyah
A capacity crowd of 350 students filled the Swann Lecture Theatre on 6th November, 2014 to attend a lecture by Sir Michael Atiyah on "The Beauty of Mathematics".
Applications sought for senior academic appointments in technology enhanced science education
The University Of Edinburgh, College of Science & Engineering, is one of the largest science and engineering groupings in the UK. The College supports excellence in Teaching and Research and was ranked 17th globally ...
Five Postdoctoral positions available
We are currently advertising five postdoctoral research positions
Postdoctoral Researcher in Pure Mathematics to work with Sue Sierra on noncommutative ring theory and associated areas. Postdoctoral Researcher in Representation ...
Applications sought for joint post between the School of Mathematics and BioSS
Principal Researcher in Applied Statistical Methodology, BioSS & Reader/Senior Lecturer in Statistics, University of Edinburgh We seek an applied statistician with a strong methodological background who will continue ...
School of Maths to be part of attempt to make the largest ever fractal!
In the week beginning 20th October, we will be part of the MegaMenger project to build a giant fractal sculpture out of business cards.
Julian Hall awarded prize for best paper of 2013 in Computational Optimization and Applications
Julian Hall has been awarded the prize for the best paper of 2013 in Computational Optimization and Applications.
New postal address for the School of Mathematics
The School of Mathematics has a new postal address, as a result of the naming of the roads on the King's Buildings campus.
First annual Welcome Back public lecture and prizegiving
On Friday 12th September, the first annual Welcome Back lecture and prizegiving was held to welcome new and continuing undergraduates for the new academic year.
An advance in the parallel simplex algorithm for linear programming
The simplex method for linear programming is "the algorithm that runs the world" but, despite the efforts of academic and commercial optimization researchers over the past 30 years, there had been no implementation ...