We congratulate Sir Michael Atiyah and Agata Smoktunowicz on their appointment as inaugural Fellows of the American Mathematical Society.
PhD student Martin Takac has won second prize in the INFORMS Computing Society student paper award competition.
The School of Mathematics is seeking outstanding candidates for a Chancellor's Fellowship in Mathematical Analysis. The Fellowship provides a research-focused reduced-teaching position for up to 5 years which converts ...
The School of Mathematics is seeking outstanding candidates for up to two permanent lectureships in Applied and Computational Mathematics. Exceptionally an appointment may be made at a higher level (UE09 Senior Lecturer/Reader). ...
The School of Mathematics welcomes a number of new appointments starting during the 2012 academic year.
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100 pupils from across Scotland came to King's Buildings for a day of maths masterclasses, puzzles and quizzes.
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.