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Research

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Research

 

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Research in the School of Mathematical Sciences is organised into seven main Research Groups, together with the theme of Uncertainty Quantification which spans the interests of several groups and is a current area of strategic development. All members of staff are associated with at least one group.

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Algebra and Analysis
 
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Industrial and Applied
Mathematics
 
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Mathematical Medicine
and Biology
 
 
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Mathematical Physics
 
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Number Theory and Geometry
 
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Scientific Computation
 
 
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Statistics and Probability
 
Radio nuclides
Uncertainty Quantification
 
 

Research Quality

The School of Mathematical Sciences is delighted to be recognised for the quality of its research in the recent national Research Excellence Framework (REF). The REF assesses UK higher education institutions in all subject areas and is based on submissions provided by each university detailing their research and the wider societal impact that it has had.

Currently the School sits in the top 10 nationally within Mathematical Sciences for 'research power' and 'market share'; with 32% of its research recognised as world-leading and a further 56% as internationally excellent. Its research environment was classified as 75% world-leading in vitality and sustainability, with the remaining 25% internationally excellent reflecting the outstanding setting the School provides for its academic staff as well as its postdoctoral and postgraduate researchers.

Overall, the University of Nottingham is ranked 8th in terms of Research Power.

The School's research has been recognised by various awards and prizes, including:
  • EPSRC Fellowships: Fuentes (2009), Guta (2007), Kasprzyk (2016), Oblezin (2013)
  • ERC Grants: Adesso (2015), Krasnov (2010), Sotiriou (2013)
  • Humboldt Fellowships: Fuentes (2008), Krasnov (2011)
  • Fellowship of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics: Dryden (2012)
  • Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship: Band (2012), Thul (2008)
  • Leverhulme Research Fellowship: Houston (2012)
  • Leverhulme Study Abroad Fellowship: Tretyakov (2012)
  • LMS Whitehead Prize: Owen (2009)
  • Max Planck Society Research Scholarship: Diamantis (2011)
  • MRC New Investigator Award: Brook (2009)
  • MSRI Visiting Research Professorship: King (2011)
  • Pierre Deligne Award: Oblezin (2009)
  • Royal Society University Research Fellowships: Schenkel (2016), Weinfurtner (2013)
  • Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Awards: Dryden (2012), King (2008)
  • SIAM Julian Cole Lectureship: King (2010)
  • Society for Experimental Biology President's Medal: Band (2014)
  • Society of Rheology Metzner Award: Graham (2011)
 

School of Mathematical Sciences

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