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Department of Mathematical Sciences
We are an internationally recognised mathematics research department with excellence in teaching at all levels.
Explore our courses in mathematical sciences, mathematics and statistics, including placement and study year abroad options.
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EPSRC-funded doctoral training programme at the interface of statistics with applied and computational mathematics.
IMI helps private clients and academics analyse big data and find innovative solutions to complex mathematical problems.
Over a hundred people dropped by to see the Institute for Mathematical Innovation's poster display of undergraduate research internship projects.
Read Dan Green's blog post about his trip and the paper he presented to the SIAM annual meeting in Portland, Oregon.
The 138th ESGI workshop, held on campus earlier this month, brought together mathematicians and industry to work side by side in solving real-world problems.
Our SIAM-IMA student chapter hosted this annual conference, bringing together students of applied and industrial mathematics from across the UK and Ireland.
New research from the University of Bath suggests that many species may have evolved to prioritise growth over immunity while maturing.
Our Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI) has been highlighted in a national review of Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences.
Join us in January 2019 for the second conference in this series, supported by London Mathematical Society, Newton Fund, EPSRC and Bath IMI.
A three-day conference in April 2019, bringing together the UK applied mathematics community to discuss recent advances within the field.
PhD students and postdocs from the UK and abroad are invited to join us for a unique opportunity to gather and learn from leading experts in probability.
Mathematical Sciences student Charlotte Eldred enjoyed her placement so much that she's going back for more.
Mathematical Sciences student Charlotte Ware enjoyed the business trips during her placement as a financial analyst.
Maths student Lily Hemmett learnt a great deal on placement in the fast-paced development atmosphere of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
We're inviting applications for a full professorship in analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations. Closes 7th January 2019.
We're looking to extend our strength in analysis, especially in nonlinear partial differential equations, with two new appointments. Closes 7th January 2019.
Advice for postdoctoral researchers about how to apply for fellowships and join the Department of Mathematical Sciences.