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Kostas Gourgouliatos' simulations explain magnetic hotspots

neutron stars hotspots

Knots that form in the magnetic field lines of neutron stars early in their lifetime can be at the origin of magnetic hotspots that persist for millions of years. Together with Rainer Hollerbach, a colleague from Leeds University, Kostas used numerical simulations to model the evolution of the magnetic field.

(3 Jun 2018) » More about Kostas Gourgouliatos' simulations explain magnetic hotspots


The Department of Mathematical Sciences mourns the loss of a well loved colleague, Mike Pennington

Professor Michael Pennington 1946 - 2018

Our friend and colleague, Michael Pennington, sadly passed away on 23 May 2018 after a short illness. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his widow, Patricia. We will sorely miss his jovial attitude, his gentle encouragement and his collegial fellowship.

(27 May 2018) » More about The Department of Mathematical Sciences mourns the loss of a well loved colleague, Mike Pennington


New Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science building

The planning of our new building is progressing well. You can learn about the latest developments by visiting the Estate and Building webpages.

(11 May 2018)


Success for Pawel Rudnicki, second year MMATH student

Congratulations to Pawel Rudnicki, one of our second year MMATH students, for achieving third place in the recent Imperial Maths Competition final in London (https://imperialmathcomp.xyz/#/).

(8 Mar 2018) » More about Success for Pawel Rudnicki, second year MMATH student