Research staff: 85
Research postgraduates: 115
The Department of Mathematics is one of the largest and most research-active in the UK. We have a long and distinguished history in both teaching and research and our graduates are influential in many spheres of activity worldwide.
We have distinguished research groups in many areas of Mathematics, including:
- Applied Mathematics
- Mathematical Logic
- Numerical Analysis
- Probability and Statistics
- Pure Mathematics
We disburse about £1m per annum towards the funding of postgraduate students, including EPSRC funding and substantial funding from other institutions and companies.
The Department has excellent computing facilities, ranging from PCs to state-of-the-art Linux workstations and access to powerful supercomputers.
The Department is housed in the purpose-built and centrally located Alan Turing Building, which provides an innovative and exciting environment for world-class mathematical research and teaching.
- Applied Mathematics PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Financial Mathematics PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Mathematical Logic PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Mathematical Sciences MPhil (1 year)
- Mathematics in Actuarial Science PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Numerical Analysis PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Probability PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Pure Mathematics PhD (3 or 4 years)
- Statistics PhD (3 or 4 years)