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Programme grant awarded
Congratulations to Iain Gordon, Arend Bayer and Agata Smoktunowicz and more generally to the Hodge Institute, who together with Michael Wemyss in Glasgow and Tom Bridgeland in Sheffield have been awarded an EPSRC Programme Grant.
Grant Success: Iain Gordon
Congratulations to Iain Gordon who has been awarded an EPSRC network grant.
Grant Success: Sir Michael Atiyah
Congratulations to Sir Michael Atiyah who has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship.
Brilliant Geometry Exhibition at Summerhall
The School of Mathematics is a partner in the "Brilliant Geometry" exhibition at the Summerhall Gallery in Edinburgh, 13th May - 4th June
Lectureships in Algebra, Geometry & Topology and Related Fields
Applications are invited for 2 lectureships to work in the Hodge Institute. The positions are available to start on 1 August 2017 or by agreement. Exceptionally, the appointments may be to Readership.
Dr. Arend Bayer awarded the Whittaker Prize of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society
Congratulations to Arend again! The Edinburgh Mathematical Society has awarded that the Whittaker Prize for 2016 to Dr. Arend Bayer, a Reader in the School of Mathematics. In 2013 he won an ERC starting grant, in 2015 the Cambridge ...
London Mathematical Society Whitehead Prize for Dr. Arend Bayer
The LMS has awarded Dr. Arend Bayer a Whitehead Prize
New papers in top journals Duke and Inventiones by School members
Congratulations to Arend Bayer and Michael Wemyss for 3 papers accepted by the prestigious Duke Mathematical Journal and Inventiones Mathematicae!
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Noncommutative Ring Theory
A Post-Doctoral Research Associate position funded by the European Research Council is available for research into connections between Noncommutative Ring Theory and Hopf Algebras.
School Whittaker Colloquium by Edward Witten
The School of Mathematics Whittaker Colloquium will be given by Professor Edward Witten (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) at 4PM on Friday, 13th May in the Main Lecture Room of the Swann Building on the King's Buildings campus.