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The University of Edinburgh EPSRC Doctoral Prize 2012 is an opportunity for the most outstanding EPSRC-funded PhD students to receive up to two years of additional support following their PhD.
On 2 June Sir Michael Atiyah will take part in a conversation exploring mathematics and topology as part of an event called Mathematics, A Beautiful Elsewhere.
Postgraduate Martin Takac has won the prize for best talk at the SIAM National Student Chapter Conference.
As part of the National Museum of Scotland's "Museum Lates" event, our outreach team designed a game to teach people about the maths of snarks.
The Whittaker Colloquium 2012 will take place on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd May. The Colloquium will consist of two lectures by Professor John Stillwell (Monash and San Francisco). The first lecture "From Poincaré ...
Applications are invited for these prestigious Chancellor's Fellowships. The Fellowships are available in all areas addressed by the School of Mathematics, including Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Operational ...
Mathematician Julia Collins and artist Madeleine Shepherd have created a maths/art exhibition called The Mathematician's Shirts in which formal shirts have been transformed into sculptures embodying mathematical principles.
At a careers event in November, two students received prizes for their work in financial mathematics.
Andrew Stothers, a Mathematics PhD graduate from the University of Edinburgh, is being praised for finding a fundamental breakthrough in matrix multiplication.
Applications are invited for three lectureships in Mathematics. Deadline 23rd January 2012.
More information, and how to apply