More details on full seminar series:
3rd-4th Jan 2013
News and events
A number of our students have won top prizes at the annual Lovelace Colloquium.
Dr Apala Majumdar from our Department of Mathematical Sciences has been awarded a five-year EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship to fund her research programme on “The Mathematics of Liquid Crystals – Analysis, Computation and Applications”.
Professor Simon Wood from the University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences has been awarded a prestigious EPSRC Fellowship worth £600k.
Bath is one of only nine UK universities to have been selected to take part in BP’s new scholarship programme for talented science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) undergraduates. In its first year, the programme will provide ten scholarships for Bath students, each worth £5,000.
We are delighted to announce the arrival of Professor Anthony Dooley who joins our Department of Mathematical Sciences from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia. Professor Dooley works across a broad area of mathematical analysis, a branch of mathematics that can be applied to diverse fields such as economic and financial modelling, and climate and weather prediction.
Dr Melina Freitag from the Department of Mathematical Sciences was voted the overall winner of this year’s Images of Research competition.
Teenagers with visual impairments got to grips with science and maths at a special event hosted by the University’s Widening Participation Office working in collaboration with STEM South West and Sensory Support Services for Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Bristol, and North Somerset. The aim of the day was to inspire young people to look at science and technology subjects in a different way and encourage young learners with disabilities to consider studying STEM subjects at university.