NewsContensis: http://www.contentmanagement.co.ukhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Mathematics/news.aspx?SyndicationType=22016-08-31T09:00:53Z2016 School Prize WinnersDane WallaceInformation on 2016 School Prize Winners2016-08-04T15:49:00Z2016-08-10T15:56:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/2016-school-prize-winners.aspxCollaborative research between the School and the George Green Institute for Electromagnetic Research achieves great thingsLee Chrimes?Funding has been awarded to a team of University of Nottingham researchers for a 30-month collaborative project for the US Office of Naval Research Global, "Propagating electromagnetic signals through complex built-up structures – Resilience of electronic components in the presence of EM noise and environmental uncertainty".2016-07-25T13:38:00Z2016-07-25T13:39:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/collaborative-research-between-the-school-and-the-george-green-institute-for-electromagnetic-research-achieves-great-things.aspxProf Kirill Krasnov is organiser for event at The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical SciencesDane WallaceInformation on Prof Kirill Krasnov is organiser for event at The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences2016-07-19T10:54:00Z2016-07-18T12:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/prof-kirill-krasnov-is-organiser-for-event-at-the-isaac-newton-institute-for-mathematical-sciences.aspxSchool of Mathematical Sciences hosts Quantum Roundabout postgraduate conferenceLee ChrimesThe Quantum Roundabout postgraduate conference on quantum physics was held in the School of Mathematical Sciences from 6-8 July 2016. The event brings together early career researchers, working at the crossroads between physics and applied mathematics, providing them with the opportunity to network and interact with their peers in related areas, as well as recognised experts.2016-07-11T11:15:00Z2016-08-04T11:16:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/school-of-mathematical-sciences-hosts-quantum-roundabout-postgraduate-conference.aspxDr Steve Cox receives two university awardsDane WallaceInformation on Dr Steve Cox receives two university awards2016-07-05T14:29:00Z2016-07-05T12:56:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/dr-steve-cox-receives-two-prestigious-university-awards.aspxNottingham to host prestigious European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ECMTB)Dane WallaceInformation on Nottingham to host prestigious European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ECMTB)2016-07-05T11:01:00Z2016-07-06T10:21:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/nottingham-to-host-prestigious-european-conference-on-mathematical-and-theoretical-biology-ecmtb.aspxMaths undergraduate helps students have safer nights outLee ChrimesMathematics undergraduate student Maddy Ellis has launched the country's first night-time pastoral service for students' safety and well-being on nights out – Nottingham Night Owls.2016-07-04T16:50:00Z2016-07-04T16:27:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/maths-student-launches-nottingham-night-owls.aspxProf. Gerardo Adesso honoured as a WEF Young Scientist for 2016Lee ChrimesThe school's Professor Gerardo Adesso has been honoured as one of the World Economic Forum (WEF)'s 44 Young Scientists 2016 at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China from 26 to 28 June 2016. The world-renowned honour has been awarded for his work on quantum research and its role in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in terms of the development of quantum technologies.2016-06-28T15:30:00Z2016-08-03T15:36:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/prof-gerardo-adesso-honoured-as-a-wef-young-scientist-for-2016.aspxAcademic wins Staff Oscar for the second year runningDaisy CarterWe are pleased to announce that, for the second year running, Gerardo Adesso has been successful in the University Staff Oscars.2016-06-21T16:19:00Z2016-06-21T13:22:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-wins-staff-oscar-for-the-second-year-running.aspxSPIN Internship - Global Geo-Intelligence Solutions LtdFlorence OsokaInformation on SPIN Internship - Global Geo-Intelligence Solutions Ltd2016-06-10T13:23:00Z2016-06-10T12:53:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/grace/news/newsarticles/spin-internship-global-geo-intelligence-solutions-ltd.aspxMathSoc takes home the award for "Best Society"Daisy CarterOur very own MathSoc have been awarded the highly coveted prize of "Best Society" at the Societies Ball 2016.2016-06-06T15:29:00Z2016-06-06T14:57:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/mathsoc-takes-home-the-trophy.aspxStaff Members Research to Aid Banking SecurityLorraine HammondDr Fredrik Stromberg and Dr Christian Wuthrich are part of an international team mapping the mathematical objects behind prime numbers; used to encrypt online bank accounts and protect web security.2016-05-10T14:30:00Z2016-05-10T14:31:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/exploring-the-mathematical-universe.aspxAthena SWAN Bronze Award Renewal SuccessLorraine HammondWe are delighted to announce that our application for the Athena SWAN Bronze award renewal was successful.2016-04-28T17:25:00Z2016-04-28T14:22:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/athena-swan-bronze-award-renewal-success.aspxQuantifying quantum weirdnessLorraine HammondA University of Nottingham team led by Gerardo Adesso in Mathematical Sciences has managed to simplify the problem of measuring quantum coherence, the quintessential signature of quantum mechanics.2016-04-25T17:01:00Z2016-04-26T12:04:00Zhttps://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2016/april/quantifying-quantum-weirdness-for-practical-purposes.aspxMaths PhD Student Wins AwardLorraine HammondCongratulations to Aine Byrne a PhD student here at the school on winning a Tri-Campus Award.2016-04-21T15:32:00Z2016-04-21T15:19:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/graduateschool/events/endowed-awards/index.aspx?platform=hootsuiteTomorrow's Mathematicians Today - Undergraduate ConferenceDaisy CarterSecond year undergraduate maths student wins prize nomination after presenting at prestigious conference for undergraduate students.2016-03-14T13:02:00Z2016-03-14T12:49:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/tmt-conference.aspxBergmann-Wheeler Thesis Prize winner announcedDaisy CarterCongratulations to Research Fellow, Lisa Glaser, for winning the 2016 Bergmann-Wheeler Thesis Prize2016-03-07T16:48:00Z2016-03-07T15:37:00Zhttp://cqgplus.com/2016/02/29/2016-bergmann-thesis-prize-winner-lisa-glaser/A simpler way of measuring entanglementLorraine HammondAn academic at the school has managed to simplify the problem of measuring quantum entanglement. The full details have been published in the journal Physical Review Letters.2016-02-22T12:28:00Z2016-02-23T11:20:00Zhttp://phys.org/news/2016-02-physicists-easy-entanglementon-sphere.htmlGravitational Waves: A new window into the universeDaisy CarterOn Monday 22 February, Dr Thomas Sotiriou and Dr Helvi Witek hosted a successful outreach event about the first direct detection of gravitational waves from the LIGO.2016-02-17T16:57:00Z2016-03-01T09:47:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/gravitational-waves-a-new-window-into-the-universe.aspxMaths PhD students SET for parliamentary visitDaisy CarterÁine Byrne and Alban Levy, both PhD students in the School, have been selected to represent mathematical sciences in the UK at the forthcoming 'SET for Britain' exhibition on 7 March.2016-02-03T16:49:00Z2016-02-03T13:42:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/maths-phd-student-set-for-parliamentary-visit.aspxHow does a plant root know when to branch?David HawkerA researcher at The University of Nottingham is part of an international team who have shown how dying cells at the tip of the root tell a plant where to form root branches.2016-01-27T20:27:00Z2016-02-11T16:56:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/how-does-a-plant-root-know-when-to-branch.aspxReturning Undergraduate School Prize WinnersLorraine HammondCongratulations to our returning undergraduate school prizewinners.2016-01-19T13:21:00Z2016-01-19T12:06:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/201415-school-prize-winners.aspxLeverhulme Launch SuccessBuilding a sustainable future through predictive modelling and statistical analysis.2015-11-17T17:49:00Z2015-12-09T21:48:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/levehulme-launch-success.aspxCelebrating 150 years of the London Mathematical SocietyDaisy CarterFounded in 1865, the LMS is marking its 150th Anniversary in 2015.2015-11-10T16:42:00Z2015-11-10T15:52:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/celebrating-150-years-of-the-london-mathematical-society.aspxNottingham mathematicians honoured in tram-naming ceremonyDaisy CarterThe legendary mathematicians, Ada Lovelace and George Green, have tram named after them.2015-11-09T15:58:00Z2015-11-09T12:05:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/nottingham-mathematicians-honoured-in-tram-naming-ceremony.aspxInfectious Disease Management in AfricaDavid HawkerDr Sirl travels to Africa to present work on the mathematical modelling of infectious diseases.2015-11-02T15:57:00Z2015-12-08T13:41:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-travel-funded.aspx100 Years of General RelativityDaisy CarterTo mark the centennial of General Relativity, a series of public lectures have been organised by the Quantum Gravity & Particle Theory groups.2015-11-02T12:40:00Z2015-10-30T14:20:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/100-years-of-general-relativity.aspxAcademic affiliated with Institute for Quantum Computing, University of WaterlooDaisy CarterDr Jorma Louko has become an Affiliate of the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo.2015-11-02T12:40:00Z2015-10-30T16:39:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-affiliated-with-institute-for-quantum-computing,-university-of-waterloo.aspxUndergraduate Expo 2015 Huge SuccessDaisy CarterThe Undergraduate Research & Teaching Expo gave our undergrads on summer internship projects the opportunity to showcase their work and results to the School.2015-10-29T13:51:00Z2015-10-29T11:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/undergraduate-expo-2015-huge-success-.aspxStudents Take Part in Prestigious LMS Summer SchoolLorraine HammondTwo of our undergraduate students, Joseph Allen and Rachel Carrington, obtained places at the prestigious London Mathematical Society (LMS) Summer School.2015-10-26T14:26:00Z2015-10-26T16:58:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/students-invited-to-prestigious-lms-summer-school-.aspxAcademic featured in Nature and Scientific AmericanDaisy CarterProfessor Ivan Fesenko's work in understanding the proof of one of the most important results in Number Theory has appeared in Nature and Scientific American.2015-10-22T16:47:00Z2015-10-22T15:22:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-featured-in-nature-and-scientific-american-.aspxFellowship AchievementDavid HawkerCongratulations to Dr Nicolangelo Iannella from the University of Adelaide on the award of a EU Cascade Fellowship.2015-10-08T13:07:00Z2015-11-02T15:14:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/fellowship-achievement-.aspxInternational Exchange Grant SuccessDaisy CarterDr Gerardo Adesso has secured a Royal Society International Exchange Grant.2015-10-08T13:04:00Z2015-10-08T10:29:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/international-exchange-grant-success.aspxGrant Success!Lorraine HammondCongratulations to Dr Fredrik Strömberg for securing an EPSRC First Grant.2015-09-28T15:29:00Z2015-09-28T15:08:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/grant-success!.aspxA Big Congratulations!Lorraine HammondWell done to Jane and Tom for their efforts in Nottingham Life Cycle 5.2015-09-23T12:59:00Z2015-09-23T15:01:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/a-big-congratulations!-.aspxBBC University Challenge 2015Lorraine HammondTwo of our maths students successfully make the Nottingham University Challenge team.2015-08-17T17:39:00Z2015-08-17T17:27:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/university-challenge-2015.aspxGet on your bike for Nottingham Life Cycle 5Daisy CarterTom Wicks and Jane Mason will be hopping on their bikes to raise money for this important cause.2015-08-12T14:14:00Z2015-08-12T12:18:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/get-on-your-bike-for-nottingham-life-cycle.aspx2015 School Prize WinnersLorraine HammondWe are pleased to announce our School Finalist Prizewinners of 2014/15.2015-07-20T17:06:00Z2015-10-08T17:27:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/2015-school-prize-winners.aspxNew paper to be published on quantum coherence and quantum entanglementDaisy CarterPhysicists find quantum coherence and quantum entanglement are two sides of the same coin2015-07-06T11:14:00Z2015-07-03T13:43:00Zhttp://phys.org/news/2015-06-physicists-quantum-coherence-entanglement-sides.htmlThe maths behind the movie InterstellarDaisy CarterProfessor John Barrett appears on radio to discuss the 2014 film Interstellar.2015-07-02T16:50:00Z2015-07-27T09:26:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-appears-on-bbc-radio-coventry.aspxStaff-Student football matchDaisy CarterWell done to all the staff and students who took part in the Maths football match on Friday 12 June.2015-06-18T16:11:00Z2015-06-18T15:38:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/staffstudent-football-match-.aspxPhD student wins poster prizeDavid HawkerWilhelm Braun, PhD student, receives the best poster prize at French conference2015-06-17T15:57:00Z2015-07-28T15:10:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/phd-student-wins-poster-prize.aspxThe Most Accurate Thermometer PossibleLorraine HammondResearch, involving mathematicians at the school have defined the smallest most accurate thermometer possible.2015-06-08T10:59:00Z2015-06-08T10:47:00Zhttp://nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2015/june/tiny-but-precise-the-most-accurate-quantum-thermometers.aspxAcademic featured on BBC Radio NottinghamDaisy CarterOne of our academic staff members Dr David Hodge appeared on BBC Radio Nottingham talking about the tuition fee system.2015-06-08T10:58:00Z2015-07-03T15:52:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-featured-on-bbc-radio-nottingham.aspxTaking wireless communication to the next levelLorraine HammondSchool academic to lead new research project will aim to provide the design tools for wireless chip-to-chip (C2C) communication2015-05-19T15:38:00Z2015-05-19T14:08:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2015/may/taking-wireless-communication-to-the-next-level.aspxStaff Oscars 2015 - Award CeremonyDaisy CarterThe Staff Oscars 2015 Award Ceremony, held on the evening of 28 April 2015, celebrated the achievements of University staff members.2015-05-07T16:58:00Z2015-05-07T16:36:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/staff-oscars-2015---award-ceremony.aspxStaff Oscars 2015 - Full ReportDaisy CarterFurther to our University Staff Oscars 2015 winners announcement, we would like to acknowledge the members of our staff that were nominated for an award.2015-05-07T13:59:00Z2015-05-07T13:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/staff-oscars---full-report-.aspxGrant Success: Horizon 2020Daisy CarterWe are pleased to announce that the School of Mathematical Sciences has received further grant success. Dr Gregor Tanner, Dr Stephen Creagh, Dr Gabriele Gradoni and Professor Dave Thomas (George Green Institute, Engineering) have secured a substantial grant from the European Commission's Horizon 2020: A Future Emerging Technology.2015-04-27T12:46:00Z2015-04-23T11:57:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/grant-success-horizon-2020-.aspxWill they have a boy or a girl?Daisy CarterOver the past few months there has been speculation over the gender of the impending royal baby. So, what really are the chances of having a boy or a girl?2015-04-14T15:34:00Z2015-05-11T08:42:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/will-it-be-a-boy-or-a-girl.aspxGrant Success Hat-trickDavid HawkerWe are pleased to announce three research grant successes from the School of Mathematical Sciences2015-04-09T16:18:00Z2015-07-28T15:27:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/grant-successes.aspxLocal television appearance for schoolLorraine HammondThe Head of School appeared recently on a local televsion station, Notts TV. Here is what he had to say about one of our latest research grants.2015-03-26T18:10:00Z2015-03-26T17:56:00Zhttp://nottstv.com/categories/news/?bctid=4131731373001School Success at Staff Oscars 2015! The results are in...Lorraine HammondThe results for this year's Staff Oscars are now in. We are pleased to announce that three Mathematical Sciences Staff have been successful.2015-03-24T17:30:00Z2015-03-24T17:14:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/staff-oscarsthe-results-are-in!.aspxSolving the worlds hardest unsolved maths problemsLorraine HammondMathematicians at the Universities of Nottingham and Oxford have won one of the largest ever pure maths research grants awarded in the EU — £2.3m to work on solutions of some of the most famous unsolved maths problems.2015-03-24T11:38:00Z2015-03-24T10:40:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2015/march/solving-the-worlds-hardest-unsolved-maths-problems.aspxNew Nottingham Masters Scholarship SchemeDaisy CarterFor 2015 entry, the University has 175 new scholarships of £10,000 available for Masters students from under-represented groups across a number of disciplines.2015-03-09T10:49:00Z2015-03-09T10:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/scholarships-2015.aspxAcademic aims to explore the frontiers of the quantum worldDaisy CarterWe are extremely pleased to announce that Dr Gerardo Adesso's application to the European Research Council (ERC) for a Starting Grant has been successful. This grant, worth €1.35 million, supports the project GQCOP (Genuine quantumness in cooperative phenomena) and it aims to explore the frontiers of the quantum world.2015-02-26T10:01:00Z2015-02-26T15:52:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-aims-to-explore-the-frontiers-of-the-quantum-world.aspxSchool Manager receives Vice Chancellor's Achievement AwardDaisy Carterwe are pleased to announce that Andrea Blackbourn received her Vice Chancellor's Achievement Award in a special ceremony in the Senate Chamber, Trent Building on Tuesday 3 February 2015.2015-02-23T13:58:00Z2015-02-26T09:30:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/school-manager-receives-achievement-award-.aspxThe probability of winning the lottery?Lorraine HammondOne of our academic staff members Dr David Hodge appeared on BBC Radio Nottingham talking about the probability of winning the lottery.2015-01-29T17:03:00Z2015-02-11T10:39:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-appears-on-bbc-radio-nottingham.aspxREF 2014: Our School is ranked in the top 10 departments in the UKDaisy CarterThe School of Mathematical Sciences is delighted to be recognised for the quality of its research in the recent national Research Excellence Framework (REF).2014-12-23T13:10:00Z2014-12-23T12:54:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/ref2014-our-school-is-ranked-in-the-top-10-departments-in-the-uk.aspx£1 million received to nurture a new generation of researchersDavid HawkerSubstantial grant awarded for research on the challenges of resource sustainability - PhD studentships available2014-12-15T18:40:00Z2015-07-28T15:34:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/1-million-received-to-support-a-new-generation-of-researchers.aspxLaunch of New Undergraduate Degree in Data Science!Daisy CarterIn a joint venture between the School of Computer Science and the School of Mathematical Sciences at The University of Nottingham, a new BSc in Data Science has just been launched and is now accepting applications via UCAS for students starting from September 2015.2014-11-03T11:39:00Z2014-10-30T15:55:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/launch-of-new-undergraduate-degree-in-data-science!.aspxWinner of the Professor K Andrew Cliffe Memorial Prize announcedDavid HawkerCongratulations to Nathan Sime who has won the inaugural prize2014-10-16T16:58:00Z2014-10-17T13:28:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/winner-of-the-andrew-cliffe-prize-announced-.aspxAcademic appears on BBC Radio at the Goose FairDaisy CarterLecturer David Hodge from our applied probability and statistics group appeared on BBC Radio Nottingham live from the Goose Fair on Friday 3 October.2014-10-14T16:01:00Z2014-10-14T13:43:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-appears-on-bbc-radio-at-the-goose-fair.aspxIndustrial placements available for 2015-2016Daisy CarterOne of the world's leading healthcare companies, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) are now recruiting for their 2015-2016 undergraduate industrial placements in the statistics and programming community.2014-10-09T13:05:00Z2014-10-09T11:55:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/industrial-placements-available-for-2015-2016.aspxNottingham Synthetic Biology Research Centre - Job opportunitiesDaisy CarterBe part of one of the largest and most dynamic synthetic biology research teams in the UK.2014-10-08T14:04:00Z2014-10-08T12:43:00Zhttp://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/462645-biologists-chemists-mathematicians-computer-social-scientistsResearch Fellowship opportunities - 2015 call now openDaisy CarterAs a research-led institution, the University of Nottingham recognises the value and contribution of early career researchers as essential to delivering its ambitious, high-quality research agenda.2014-10-08T12:19:00Z2014-10-08T11:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/research-funding-available-.aspxInspirational stories from women in MathsLorraine HammondWatch some female staff and students in the school talk about studying maths.2014-09-23T12:40:00Z2014-09-23T12:33:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/women-in-science.aspxNew Scientist magazine features school researchLorraine HammondSchool academic Gerardo Adesso is featured on the cover of New Scientist talking about quantum discord and it's applications.2014-09-17T12:46:00Z2014-09-17T14:17:00Zhttp://www.newscientist.com.ezproxy.nottingham.ac.uk/article/mg22329864.200-quantum-control-how-weird-do-you-want-it.html#.VBM0W_k7um4Work by unsung maths genius finally in spotlightDaisy CarterThe life of a Sneinton miller, who was also a "scientific genius" is to be displayed at a city gallery.2014-09-10T16:08:00Z2014-09-10T15:53:00Zhttp://www.nottinghampost.com/Work-unsung-maths-genius-finally-spotlight/story-22901959-detail/story.htmlSchool Manager wins Achievement AwardDaisy CarterWe are delighted to announce that Andrea Blackbourn will receive a Vice-Chancellor's Achievement Award.2014-09-10T12:37:00Z2014-09-10T13:50:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/andrea-blackbourn-wins-achievement-award.aspxMarco Iglesias makes the front pageDavid HawkerResearch undertaken by Dr Marco Iglesias has featured as the cover article in the latest issue of SIAM News2014-08-12T10:38:00Z2014-08-12T10:16:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/marco-iglesias-makes-the-front-page.aspxTeam wins prize in RSS Challenge 2014David HawkerTeam SODA, involving one lecturer and three postgraduate students from the School, is the highly commended runner-up of this year's RSS Statistical Analytics Challenge.2014-08-12T10:13:00Z2014-09-19T16:57:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/team-wins-prize-in-rss-challenge-2014.aspxSchool academic editor of new bookDavid HawkerProfessor Stephen Coombes is co-editor of a new book on Neural Fields2014-07-22T13:17:00Z2014-07-23T09:40:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/school-academic-editor-of-new-book.aspxMuch loved staff members retireLorraine HammondRetirement of two much loved staff members2014-07-03T11:57:00Z2014-07-03T10:37:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/much-loved-staff-members-retire.aspxBusiness Engagement AwardLorraine HammondCongratulations to Gregor Tanner for winning the Business Engagement Award (Faculty of Science) at the University of Nottingham inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards.2014-06-04T12:34:00Z2014-06-05T15:11:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/business-engagement-award-.aspxCentre for Doctoral Training in Brain ImagingLorraine HammondApplications are invited for the Oxford-Nottingham Biomedical Imaging (ONBI) Centre for Doctoral Training with Steve Coombes, Ian Dryden and Theo Kypraios from the School of Mathematical Sciences.2014-06-02T15:48:00Z2014-06-02T15:12:00Zhttp://www.onbicdt.ox.ac.uk/index.htmlQuantum Exam RevisionDavid HawkerDr Gerardo Adesso suggests how new developments in quantum theory can ensure you are well prepared for an exam2014-05-30T14:02:00Z2014-05-30T13:26:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/quantum-exam-revision.aspxResearch Scholarships for Mathematical SciencesLorraine HammondApplications are welcome for Mathematical Sciences research scholarships2014-04-16T13:34:00Z2014-04-16T13:27:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/prospective/research/index.aspxSchool researchers at SET for BritainDavid HawkerDr Igor Chernyavsky and Mr Arnd Korn attended an exhibition in the House of Commons2014-04-11T11:37:00Z2014-04-11T11:19:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/school-researchers-at-set-for-britain.aspxResearch Fellow wins early career prizeDavid HawkerDr Leah Band has won a prize for her work on mathematical modelling of plant growth and development2014-04-11T10:53:00Z2014-04-11T10:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/research-fellow-wins-early-career-prize.aspxProfessor K Andrew Cliffe Postgraduate Prize FundLorraine HammondThank you for your prize fund contributions.2014-03-24T10:48:00Z2014-03-24T10:43:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/professor-cliffe-postgraduate-prize-fund-.aspxStaff Member Wins OscarLorraine HammondThe school is delighted to announce that one of our new staff members has won an 'oscar'2014-03-17T17:15:00Z2014-03-17T15:07:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/staff-oscars-2014.aspxOn the hunt for gravitational wavesDavid HawkerIvette Fuentes and Carlos Sabin appear in New Scientist article2014-03-14T14:20:00Z2014-04-04T10:43:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/on-the-hunt-for-gravitational-waves.aspxResearch Students' Conference in Probability and StatisticsDavid HawkerThe 37th Research Students' Conference in Probability and Statistics is taking place in Nottingham2014-03-14T13:41:00Z2014-03-14T14:08:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/research-students-conference-in-probability-and-statistics.aspxProfessor Vic BarnettDavid HawkerWe are sad to report the passing of Vic Barnett, a retired academic in the School2014-02-26T17:16:00Z2014-03-03T12:14:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/professor-vic-barnett.aspxProfessor Andrew CliffeDavid HawkerIt is with very great sadness that we announce that Professor Andrew Cliffe, one of our most respected academic staff members has passed away.2014-02-26T13:40:00Z2014-02-27T13:32:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/professor-andrew-cliffe.aspxQuantum Engineering and RefrigerationLorraine HammondMathematical Sciences academic Dr Gerardo Adesso has co-published a report on a study, which is leading the way in boosting the efficiency of refrigeration.2014-02-18T13:49:00Z2014-02-19T14:28:00Zhttp://phys.org/news/2014-02-quantum-refrigerator-classical-efficiency-limits.htmlPhD student selected to represent UK mathematical sciencesDavid HawkerArnd Korn has been chosen to attend the SET for Britain exhibition2014-02-07T15:42:00Z2014-02-07T15:02:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/arnd-set-for-britain.aspxResearcher selected to represent UK mathematical sciencesDavid HawkerDr Igor Chernyavsky has been chosen to attend the SET for Britain exhibition2014-02-04T15:05:00Z2014-02-04T14:35:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/igor-set-for-britain.aspxMathematical Sciences welcomes new staffDavid HawkerIn the last year, the school has welcomed many new academics and research fellows.2014-02-03T12:09:00Z2014-02-05T15:52:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/mathematical-sciences-welcomes-new-staff.aspxTop Targeted UniversityDavid HawkerNottingham, according to a recent report is the most targeted university by graduate employers.2014-01-20T13:20:00Z2014-02-05T15:45:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2014/january/nottingham-is-the-number-one-target-for-graduate-employers.aspxPhD Student Publishes in Top Nature JournalDavid HawkerMichelle Baker and Professor Markus Owen have contributed to an article in Nature Immunology2014-01-16T11:07:00Z2014-02-04T11:14:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/phd-student-publishes-in-top-nature-journal.aspxProfessor John King 25 Years ServiceDavid Hawker25 years of service for leading academic within the School of Mathematical Sciences2014-01-13T17:36:00Z2014-02-05T15:44:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/john-king-25-years-service.aspxSmoother and quieter car journeysLorraine HammondSmoother and quieter journeys are just around the corner, thanks to a new study, which involves the School of Mathametical Sciences2013-10-14T17:03:00Z2013-10-14T16:49:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/smoother-and-quieter-journeys.aspxMaking Science Public research programme officially launchedInformation on Making Science Public research programme officially launched2013-10-01T11:57:00Z2015-12-12T08:37:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/iss/multimedia/news/making-science-public-research-programme-officially-launched.aspxSchool Academic Receives Substantial Research GrantLorraine HammondIndependent philanthropic organisation awards school staff member research grant.2013-09-23T17:35:00Z2013-09-24T12:04:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/school-academic-recieves-substantial-research-grant.aspxPast Professor-HonouredLorraine HammondA Professor Emeritus of The School of Mathematical Sciences has been honoured by a university in Poland.2013-06-27T11:08:00Z2013-06-27T11:03:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/past-professor-honoured.aspxStudent and Academic Collaboration Makes Front CoverLorraine HammondA research collaboration between students and an academic at the School of Mathematical Sciences has been published recently and has made it to the front cover of the distinguished Journal Physical Review Letters.2013-06-18T14:36:00Z2013-06-18T13:49:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/cover-of-physical-letters-review.aspxAcademic features in New Scientist cover articleDavid HawkerIvette Fuentes has featured in the latest issue of New Scientist, in an article on 'Quantum Deep Space'2013-05-22T12:10:00Z2013-05-22T11:19:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/academic-features-in-new-scientist-cover-article.aspxPublication Hat Trick in Mathematical PhysicsLorraine HammondResearchers in the School of Mathematical Sciences have managed to pull off an article hat-trick, with three accepted for publication in the same prestigious journal 'Physical Review Letters'2013-04-15T16:35:00Z2013-04-15T16:02:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/publication-hat-trick-in-mathematical-physics.aspx