Mathematical Sciences at Durham offers a unique blend of high-quality teaching and research in Applied & Computational Mathematics, Mathematical & Theoretical Particle Physics, Pure Mathematics, Probability and Statistics. We pride ourselves on combining world-leading research with a dedication to the learning experience of our undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Our curriculum and degree structure is monitored and regularly updated to provide students with the best possible mathematical and general skills, equipping them for a rapidly changing professional environment. Our degree portfolio has recently been enriched to offer the possibility of a year in industry and a new route in statistics that will give interested students practical experience of problem solving in a commercial environment.
Find out more about the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes we offer at the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Our Department of Mathematical Sciences combines world-leading research with a dedication to the learning experience of our students. We offer a unique blend of high-quality teaching and research across a wide range of disciplines and provide practical experience to support future careers and employment prospects.
Research in the Department of Mathematical Sciences is organised into a number of research groups. We are also members of various scientific networks, addressing a wide selection of topics from the mathematics of climate change to geometric group theory.
Our new, purpose built home realises an imaginative design that provides an inspiring environment for mathematical research and scholarly activities of the highest standards.
We have been awarded a £1 million grant as part of a new £10 million national research hub from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) that will focus on developing new mathematical foundations for artificial intelligence (AI).
We’re part of a research team that has shown a healthcare app used in care homes has reduced the number of residents admitted to hospital by 25%.
A leading statistician from our department of Mathematical Sciences has collaborated with researchers from Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan to achieve a major discovery in nuclear physics.
We caught up with Alex-Myers-Bennett who recently graduated from our department of Mathematical Sciences.
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Find out more about our undergraduate and postgraduate opportunities in the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
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