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.
If your A Level exam results mean that you have not met a conditional offer from us, contact our college admissions office by telephoning +44(0)131 650 5737.
If your SQA exam results mean that you have not met a conditional offer from us, contact our college admissions office by telephoning +44(0)131 650 5737.
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.
Postgraduate Martin Takac has won the prize for best talk at the SIAM National Student Chapter Conference.