New course will put Bristol students at the forefront of fight against cybercrime 1 December 2017 From next year, Bristol will become only the second university in the country to offer masters students the opportunity to study the mathematics of cybersecurity.
- Professor John McNamara awarded Sewall Wright Award 11 April 2018 Emeritus Professor of Mathematics and Biology, John McNamara has been awarded the highly prestigious Sewall Wright Award by the American Society of Naturalists, the oldest scientific society dedicated to the study of ecology, evolution, and behaviour.
- Congratulations to Céline Maistret who takes gold at STEM for Britain Awards 16 March 2018
- Alumni event sees former students share their employability experiences 14 March 2018 The School of Mathematics welcomed back former students last week (Tuesday 6 March), to its first Alumni Employability event.
- Christophe Andrieu wins EPSRC grant 19 February 2018
- Yi Yu awarded UOB- CUHK exchange programme grant 19 February 2018
- Update following the Fry Building fire 12 January 2018 Following the fire in our Fry Building on Saturday [6 January], we are working hard to get the project back on track.
- Marton Balazs awarded EPSRC Research Grant 21 December 2017 Congratulations to Marton Balazs who has been awarded an EPSRC Research Grant titled "Stochastic interacting systems: connections, fluctuations and applications".
- Misha Rudnev awarded Leverhulme Project Grant 15 December 2017 Congratulations to Misha Rudnev who has been awarded a Leverhulme Project Grant titled "Geometry, Combinatorics and Alegbra of Sum-products".
- New course will put Bristol students at the forefront of fight against cybercrime 1 December 2017 From next year, Bristol will become only the second university in the country to offer masters students the opportunity to study the mathematics of cybersecurity.
- Time between world-changing volcanic super-eruptions less than previously thought 30 November 2017 After analysing a database of geological records dated within the last 100,000 years, a team of scientists from the University of Bristol has discovered the average time between so-called volcanic super-eruptions is actually much less than previously thought.