Mathematics

Mathematics

The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise assessed 95% of mathematics research at SMSAS as being of International Quality or above. From internationally renowned researchers to up and coming research stars, we all have a strong commitment to student achievement and to developing students' creativity.

Our postgraduate programmes offer graduates the opportunity to further enhance their knowledge, creativity and computational skills in core mathematical subjects and their applications.

 

 

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A small (random) selection of the Mathematics group are shown below. The current group includes 4 Professors, 1 Reader, 5 Senior Lecturers and 9 Lecturers as well as a number of Emeritus and Honorary staff. We currently have 7 Research Associates/Fellows and 15 PhD students at various stages of progression.

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  • Bas Lemmens
    Dr Bas Lemmens
    Senior Lecturer in Mathematics
    Room: E201 Modules taught: MA325: From G...
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  • Markus Rosenkranz
    Dr Markus Rosenkranz
    Senior Lecturer in Mathema...
    Room: RA115 (Rutherford Annexe) Modules taught: ...
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  • Ian Wood
    Dr Ian Wood
    Lecturer in Mathematics
    Room: RA104 (Rutherford Annexe) Modules taught: ...
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  • Sergey Naboko
    Professor Sergey Naboko
    Marie Curie Research Fellow
    Room: RA10 (Rutherford Annexe) Modules taught: ...
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  • Cesar Lecoutre
    Cesar Lecoutre
    PhD Student in Mathematics
    Room: RA107 (Rutherford Annexe)
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  • Jennifer Ashcroft
    Jennifer Ashcroft
    PhD student in Mathematics
    Room: RA119 (Rutherford Annexe)
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  • Brendan Nolan
    Brendan Nolan
    PhD student in Mathematics
    Room: RA107 (Rutherford Annexe)
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  • Joe Watkins
    Dr Joe Watkins
    Outreach Officer
    Room: E208 Modules taught: MA022: Graphs...
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  • Katherine Horan
    Katherine Horan
    PhD student in Mathematics
    Room: RA106 (Rutherford Annexe)
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  • Melanie de Boeck
    Melanie de Boeck
    PhD student in Mathematics
    Room: RA107 (Rutherford Annexe)
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