alan turing building
Welcome to Maths 15th July 2019
Alan Turing will appear on the new £50 banknote in honour of his work at Bletchley Park and his role in artificial intelligence and modern computing.
Meet the School 30th May 2019
Meet Dr Christina Charalambous, a statistician with particular interests in the application of statistics in health, who explains her research and what it’s like to work at Manchester.
Student experience 29th March 2019
Kimberley Hanson talks us through her Chinese New Year celebrations at the School of Mathematics, where it’s not only Chinese students who can join in the fun.
Student experience 18th March 2019
PhD student Elliot McKernon holds a Q&A session with Finnish third-year PhD student Ulla Karhumaki about her research and the impact of world politics on mathematics.
Meet the School 12th February 2019
Get to know Dr Catherine Powell, a Reader in Applied Maths and Numerical Analysis, who discusses her research and tells us what it’s like to work at the University.
Meet the School 3rd January 2019
We catch up with Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Fellow Dr Faustin Adiceam, asking him about his research in pure mathematics and the early days of his academic career.
Meet the School 12th November 2018
We speak to Professor Kody Law, Chair in Applied Mathematics, about his research and what he gets up to when he can tear himself away from his work.
Student experience 19th September 2018
This is a blog article about being a PhD student in the School of Mathematics at The University of Manchester. One of our PhD students, Elliot McKernon, did a Q&A with Catherine Bruce – a British PhD student about to enter her third year – about publishing research, giving talks, outreach, and the social aspects […]
Student experience 8th August 2018
I am in my first year of PhD, and it is my first time studying abroad. Before that I was educated in Russia in a 6-year long program that was, in essence, a joint masters and bachelors. When starting my time in Manchester, I did not think that mathematical education in universities in different countries […]
Making it count 18th July 2018
Why Mathematics? For over 4 years, I’ve been asked similar questions over a thousand times : “ Why did you choose mathematics?” “Are you an idiot?” “Are you crazy?” A large number of people, even some maths students, usually feel confused why students are willing to choose maths as their major. Mathematics, which is a difficult […]