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## Adrián Doña Mateo awarded Robertson Medal

First-year PhD student Adrián Doña Mateo has been awarded the Robertson Medal for Science, Engineering and Technology by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. The medal recognizes Adrián as the outstanding ...

## Ana Rita Pires cited in Quanta Magazine Fibonacci article

Ana Rita Pires' work on symplectic geometry as part of a 2019 Association for Women in Mathematics workshop has been cited in a Quanta Magazine article - "Mathematicians Discover the Fibonacci Numbers Hiding in Strange ...

## Maths Week Scotland a huge success for the Outreach Team

Our Mathematics Outreach Team has contributed to the nationwide initiative Maths Week Scotland with a wide range of in person and online events for people of all ages and backgrounds. Our program included workshops for teachers ...

## Nick Sheridan named as a Simons Investigator in Mathematics

Nick Sheridan has been named as a Simons Investigator in Mathematics. Nick's work centres around Kontsevish's homological mirror symmetry conjecture, which posits a deep relationship between symplectic topology and algebraic ...

## Tudor Dimofte awarded EPSRC Fellowship

Tudor Dimofte has been awarded an EPSRC Open Fellowship entitled "3d N=4 TQFT's". The fellowship, worth over £1million, lies at the interface of pure mathematics (algebra, geometry and topology) and theoretical ...

## New papers in top journals Inventiones and JAMS by School members

Congratulations to Prof. Hiro Oh and Dr. Yvain Bruned for publishing papers in the prestigious Inventiones Math and Journal of the American Mathematical Society. Hiro's paper "Optimal integrability threshold for Gibbs ...

## Prof. Arend Bayer will be an invited speaker at the International Mathematical Congress (ICM) in July 2022

Prof. Arend Bayer will be an invited speaker at the International Mathematical Congress (ICM) in July 2022 in St. Petersburg. The ICM is held every four years, and is the only global congress covering the entire breadth of mathematics. Arend ...

## Matias Ruiz has been awarded a Saltire Early Career Fellowship by the Royal Society of Edinburgh

The purpose of these fellowships is to allow early career researchers an opportunity to focus on a research project of their choice in a university or research institute in another country, thereby supporting career development ...

## Milena Hering awarded EPSRC Early Career Fellowship

Milena Hering has been awarded an EPSRC Early Career Fellowship worth over £1million. The grant entitled "Toric vector bundles: Stability, Cohomology and Applications" will study vector bundles on a class of varieties ...

## Student Research Article - Emil Have

PhD Student Emil Have has written the following article as part of our series of Student Research Articles! My research concerns string theory in a broad sense. One of the particular areas that I study is the "holographic ...