Sjoerd de Ridder awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award
Congratulations to our Whittaker Research Fellow for Industry, Sjoerd de Ridder who has been awarded the J. Clarence Karcher Award.
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
Chris Dent awarded Chartered Engineer status
Congratulations to Chris Dent on being awarded Chartered Engineer status.
Standard Life Investments jointly funding project
Congratulations to Sotirios Sabanis and colleagues Jacek Gondzio, Joerg Kalcsics and Sergio Garcia for receiving funding from Standard Life Investments.
Grant Success: Jacek Gondzio
Congratulations to Jacek Gondzio who has been awarded a Google Faculty Research Award.
School's first Massive Open Online Course a success
The School's first Massive Open Online Course has drawn to a close, with very positive feedback.
Maths events add up to a lot of fun
During the recent University of Edinburgh Festival of Creative Learning, the School of Mathematics hosted a series of events aiming to challenge participants' perceptions of mathematics, and explore surprisingly complex mathematical ideas through creative processes.
School's first MOOC launched
On Wednesday 11th January, the School of Mathematics launched its first ever Massive Open Online Course, titled Statistics: Unlocking the World of Data.
Are current extreme concerns of blackouts in the media justified? Dr. Chris Dent comments on recent media stories about high risks of electricity capacity shortfalls.
Dr Chris Dent provides commentary on some aspects of current media stories on potential blackouts, and questions whether the alarmist tone of these articles is justified.
School of Mathematics planning to recruit several new lecturers
The University of Edinburgh will make a substantial number of appointments in the Mathematical Sciences as part of an ambitious plan for the School of Mathematics, which includes expansion into part of the new £40M Bayes' Centre.