School of Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences


School of Mathematical Sciences


The School of Mathematical Sciences is an innovative and thriving centre of excellence with a strong commitment to teaching and research of the highest quality , which is why it is recognised as one of the best places to study maths in the United Kingdom.  

Mathematical Sciences undergraduate overview


School News

Launch of New Undergraduate Degree in Data Science!

In 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.

School Prize Winners

Our undergraduate school prize winners for 2014. Many congratulations on your great achievement.

Winner of the Professor K Andrew Cliffe Memorial Prize announced

Congratulations to Nathan Sime who has won the inaugural prize

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Applied Mathematics

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Applied Mathematics position has become available at Queensland University of Technology, School of Mathematical Sciences.

Academic appears on BBC Radio at the Goose Fair

Lecturer David Hodge from our applied probability and statistics group appeared on BBC Radio Nottingham live from the Goose Fair on Friday 3 October.

School Academic News

New Scientist magazine features school research

School academic Gerardo Adesso is featured on the cover of New Scientist talking about quantum discord and it's applications.

Marco Iglesias makes the front page

Research undertaken by Dr Marco Iglesias has featured as the cover article in the latest issue of SIAM News

School academic editor of new book

Professor Stephen Coombes is co-editor of a new book on Neural Fields

Business Engagement Award

Congratulations to Gregor Tanner for winning the Business Engagement Award (Faculty of Science) at the University of Nottingham inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards.

Centre for Doctoral Training in Brain Imaging

Applications 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.


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School of Mathematical Sciences

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