We research equations and shapes, and their associated properties, structures, symmetries, and arithmetic.
Department of Mathematical Sciences research
Our groups focus on particular research areas but with a strong culture of collaboration and mutual support.
We study the notion of limit, and the infinite and the infinitesimal.
Our research includes industrial mathematics, mathematical biology, networks and continuum mechanics of solids and fluids.
Research in numerical analysis at Bath encompasses a wide spectrum of modern topics.
Our research spans the whole of modern probability.
We specialise in environmental and epidemiological statistics, sequential clinical trials, Bayesian statistics, smoothing and functional data analysis.
University of Bath experts unravel the complexities of coronavirus (and more) in free online courses and lecturers.
Mathematicians use newly formed forum to support UK government in tackling the challenges of easing the COVID-19 restrictions.
Special delivery: Chris Budd OBE talks about his prestigious appointment as a Gresham College lecturer.
Read how a new statistical model developed at the University of Bath is improving forest health monitoring.
Official weather forecasts are being produced faster and more efficiently, thanks to revolutionary technology designed by scientists at the University of Bath.
By establishing better 'stopping rules' for the clinical trials, mathematicians at the University have made clinical trials faster and more efficient.
The research of Prob-L@B spans the whole of modern probability, including models motivated by questions from other areas of mathematics and science.
We are an interdisciplinary group of researchers working at the intersection of statistics, machine learning and numerical analysis.
Exploring real-life problems with nonlinearity at their heart, using tools from analysis, modelling and computation.
The Institute for Mathematical Innovation delivers multi-disciplinary and mathematically grounded research for real-world, societal and industrial challenges.
We translate living systems into mathematical models in order to make quantitative predictions and inform biological experiments.
An interdisciplinary research centre for the modelling and analysis of complex interacting systems.
We are a unique, cross-faculty research centre bridging biology, health and education.
A world-leading centre of excellence for research, innovation, enterprise and education, supporting the future direction of the automotive industry
Professor Manuel del Pino has been awarded a Royal Society Research Professorship, the Society’s premier research award.
At the interface between semiclassical analysis and numerical analysis of wave propagation problems
Mathematical analysis of strongly correlated processes on discrete dynamic structures
A ground-breaking new programme funds adventurous, high-risk research in the mathematical and physical sciences.