NewsContensis: http://www.contentmanagement.co.ukhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Mathematics/news.aspx?SyndicationType=22014-04-18T04:12:25ZResearch 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.aspx2013 School Prize winnersLorraine HammondSchool of Mathematical Sciences Prize Winners2013-10-30T13:23:00Z2013-10-30T15:38:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/2013-school-prize-winners.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 launchedAndrew GibsonInformation on Making Science Public research programme officially launched2013-10-01T11:57:00Z2013-10-28T13:35:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/iss/news-events/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.aspxScholarship - Robustness-Performance Optimistation for Automated Composites ManufactureLorraine HammondThis PhD study provides an exciting opportunity for an individual to participate in a project spanning research into composite manufacturing, stochastic modelling and statistical analysis, and scientific computing2013-04-09T11:12:00Z2013-04-09T11:01:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/scholarship---robustness-performance-optimistation-for-automated-composites-manufacture.aspxStudentship - Analysis of Cell Signalling Networks Using Dynamic InputsLorraine HammondApplications are invited for the above post to work with Dr Rüdiger Thul, Tom Bellamy and Dr Noah Russell on a Leverhulme Trust funded project.2013-04-03T12:07:00Z2013-05-07T10:05:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/studentship-analysis-of-cell-signalling-networks-using-dynamic-inputs.aspxMaking Science Public research programme officially launchedAndrew GibsonInformation on Making Science Public research programme officially launched2013-03-26T15:10:00Z2013-11-11T11:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sciencetechnologyandsociety/news-and-events/news/making-science-public-research-programme-officially-launched.aspxStudentship in Applied Mathematics/Mathematical Modelling/Mathematical BiologyLorraine HammondFully funded PhD studentship in Applied Mathematics/Mathematical Modelling/Mathematical Biology Analysing how hormone dynamics create plant root branches2013-03-25T14:52:00Z2013-03-25T14:00:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/studentship-in-applied-mathematicsmathematical-modellingmathematical-biology.aspxMathematical Physics Students Win GrantsDavid HawkerSeveral PhD students in the Mathematical Physics research group have had recent success in securing grant funding.2012-12-17T15:30:00Z2012-12-19T10:25:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/mathematical-physics-students-win-grants.aspxAcademic's Paper Published in Respected JournalLorraine HammondDr Madalin Guta, together with collaborators from the University of Warsaw, has published a paper outlining limits on the precision of a 'quantum ruler'2012-11-05T14:41:00Z2012-12-18T10:06:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/quantum-rulers-offer-greater-precision.aspxTwo Mathematical Sciences graduates have medal success at the London 2012 gamesLorraine HammondTwo Mathematical Sciences graduates have been selected for the british olympic team and are currently taking part in the London 2012 games.2012-07-30T14:07:00Z2012-10-09T11:07:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/mathematical-sciences-alumni-competing-in-london-2012-olympics.aspxStatistics Professor Wins AwardDavid HawkerProfessor Ian Dryden has won a prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Award2012-07-09T09:40:00Z2014-02-04T14:58:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/statistics-professor-wins-award.aspxNottingham leads training programme in Neural EngineeringDavid HawkerProf Stephen Coombes has won an award from the EC to coordinate a 4 year training programme2012-06-12T11:01:00Z2014-02-04T14:48:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/nottingham-leads-training-programme-in-neural-engineering.aspxUsing maths to feed the worldDavid HawkerTwo research teams working with CPIB have had their results published in the leading PNAS journal2012-04-23T11:19:00Z2014-02-05T16:00:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2012/april/using-maths-to-feed-the-world.aspxMultiple research grants awarded to school academicsLorraine HammondAcademics in the School have secured funding for six projects from the EPSRC2012-04-17T16:22:00Z2012-04-17T16:12:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/multiple-research-grant-successes.aspxMathematics of a heart beatDavid HawkerFor the first time, scientists at The University of Nottingham have produced a mathematical model of calcium activity within the atrial heart cell which will significantly improve our chances of treating heart disease and stroke.2012-02-20T14:51:00Z2014-02-04T14:46:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2012/february/the-mathematics-of-a-heart-beat-could-save-lives.aspxFormer maths student in International hockey successLorraine HammondAnne Panter a former Graduate of the School of Mathematical Sciences and Olympian has had continued success representing Great Britain at the Federation Internationale de Hockey (FIH) Champions Trophy.2012-02-14T11:53:00Z2012-02-14T11:31:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/former-maths-student-in-international-hockey-success.aspxSuccess in Research Development FundLorraine HammondCongratulations to a number of academics within The School who have been awarded internal funding for five projects.2012-01-25T10:25:00Z2012-02-20T14:01:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/success-in-research-development-fund.aspxResearch FellowshipsLorraine HammondWe welcome applications from interested individuals for personal fellowships. Numerous schemes are available catering for a range of different circumstances.2012-01-23T16:15:00Z2012-01-23T16:01:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/researchfelowships.aspxMaths Student Named - Disabled Sportsperson of the YearLorraine HammondA season of world championships,gold medals and personal bests has culminated in Mathematical Sciences student Thomas Green being named Nottingham's 'Disabled Sportsperson of the year'.2012-01-23T15:34:00Z2012-07-24T14:06:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sport/newsandevents/news/university-of-nottingham-athlete-named-citys-disabled-sportsperson-of-the-year.aspxOpening Ceremony - Mathematical Sciences BuildingDavid HawkerOn the 20th October the new School of Mathematical Sciences Building was officially opened by Sir Adrian Smith, a former University of Nottingham Mathematical Sciences professor and Head of School, who went on to have an illustrious career in Statistics,2011-12-06T19:25:00Z2014-02-05T15:50:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mathematics/news/opening-ceremony---mathematical-sciences-building.aspxVirtual Physiological Human in printDavid HawkerA special issue of a Royal Society journal co-edited by Bindi Brook and John King discusses case studies in the Virtual Physiological Human project2011-10-12T12:10:00Z2014-02-04T14:56:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/virtual-physiological-human-in-print.aspxNew description of gravityDavid HawkerDr Kirill Krasnov has been awarded a research grant to look into resolving the conflict between Einstein's theory of relativity and quantum mechanics.2011-09-13T10:21:00Z2011-10-05T09:26:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/pressreleases/2011/august/tiny-test-tubes-and-getting-to-grips-with-quantum-gravity-.aspxResearch Grant AwardedDavid HawkerDr Simon Preston and Prof Oliver Jensen have secured funding from the BBSRC to work with colleagues in Biosciences and Computer Science on enhanced photosynthesis2011-09-09T09:44:00Z2014-02-04T14:51:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/research-grant-awarded.aspxNew journal launchedDavid HawkerProf Stephen Coombes is co-editor of the new Mathematical Neuroscience journal2011-07-27T12:29:00Z2014-02-04T14:47:00Zhttp://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cmmb/news/mathneurojuly2011.aspx