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Year 12 Maths Taster Days at Queen Mary
3 May 2018

Every year we offer FREE Maths Taster Days for A Level students (or equivalent), as a great opportunity to ‘try out’ a maths degree and get a better idea of what life as a maths student might be like before applying! 

We have two Taster Days remaining this year, on the following dates:

European Commission Logo MSCA Individual Fellowship award in the School
16 March 2018

Congratulations to Alex Fink on his recent success on being awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship. 

QMUL to join The Alan Turing Institute
19 February 2018

Queen Mary University of London is set to join The Alan Turing Institute as a university partner. 

Queen Mary, along with three other new partners (The universities of Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester), will join the Institute's founding universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, Warwick and UCL, and will work with the their growing network of partners in industry and government to advance the world-changing potential of data science.

Maths Summer Schools for Year 11 students
8 February 2018

Year 11 Maths Summer Schools are back for their second year with applications now open.

Heilbronn logo Funding by the Heilbronn Institute For Mathematical Research
31 January 2018

Congratulations to Steve Lester for securing funding by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research

Network Dynamics of Innovation Processes Network Dynamics of Innovation Processes
25 January 2018

Our own Iacopo Iacopini (QMUL and the Alan Turing Institute) and Vito Latora (QMUL), researchers from the Complex Systems & Networks group  have developed a mathematical model for the emergence of innovations.  

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17 January 2018

If you are considering postgraduate study, join us at our Postgraduate Open Evening on Wednesday 7th February to discover the world-leading research, teaching excellence and support on offer at QMUL.

Non-Gaussian Power Grid Frequency Fluctuations
10 January 2018

A new work by our own Prof. Christian Beck, in collaboration with colleagues from other institutions in Germany and Japan, has recently been published in Nature Energy. In this contribution the researchers study the time series fluctuations in power grids which result from several factors including dynamically changing demands, energy trading or an increasing share of renewable power feed-in.

EPSRC Early Career Forum in Mathematical Sciences at QMUL
14 December 2017

We are delighted that the fourth meeting within the EPSRC Early Career Forum in Mathematical Sciences was held at QMUL on 12 December 2017, with external contributions by Professor Jonathan Pitts (QMUL and Director of Actual Experience Ltd), and Professor Graham Niblo (University of Southampton and Chair of Maths SAT).

Recent grant award in the School
14 December 2017

Congratulations to Pau Figueras on his recent grant success!

Pau has been awarded a Royal Society 'Research fellow enhancement award 2017’ with the proposal titled ‘Turbulence in conformal fluids’.

The value of the award is £103,992.

PhD Opportunities Day
12 December 2017

We are hosting a special event for all those interested in pursuing a PhD in Mathematical Sciences at Queen Mary University of London.


Recent grant awards
13 October 2017

Congratulations to Oscar Bandtlow, Wolfram Just, Rainer Klages, Vito Latora, Silvia Liverani, Anna Maltsev, Arick Shao, Sasha Sodin and Juan Valiente-Kroon on their recent grant successes! The total volume of research funding awarded to staff in the School of Mathematical Sciences since August 2014 is £7.5m.


Ian MacDonald Award 2017
9 October 2017

This term we welcomed our largest ever cohort of PhD students, following substantial investment in PhD scholarships within the School.

School of Mathematical Sciences Hosts Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC)
10 August 2017

The 29th conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC) took place from Sunday 9 July to Thursday 13 July. The conference was organised by the School of Mathematical Sciences (SMS) in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute and supported by funding from the National Science Foundation. More than 200 mathematicians from around the world attended the conference, many of them PhD students to whom we were able to offer generous financial support.


Athena SWAN Bronze Renewal Awarded
3 July 2017

We are pleased to announce that following our submission in November, the School was recently awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Renewal award until November 2020.  Since our original Bronze Award in 2013, we have made significant progress in embedding equality and diversity practices across School activities.

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Ergodic Theory Meeting
13 October 2011

Researchers Night
23 September 2011

New Head of School
7 September 2011

Beyond Space-Time
5 August 2011

Academic Vacancies
14 April 2011

Recent media coverage
1 February 2011

STFC Grant Awards 2011
26 January 2011

PhD Successes
23 February 2010

To Infinity and Beyond
11 February 2010

Annual Lectures
1 February 2010

Drapers Company Prize
14 January 2010

Chiswell Symposium
10 November 2009

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