The School's rooms are all within the Mathematics Building. They include a coffee room where staff, visitors, postdoctoral staff and research students meet daily.
There are eleven administrative staff and six computing support staff.
The School has a full range of computing facilities including a High Performance Computing Unit giving substantial computing power. It has a full range of facilities for visiting researchers and a wi-fi network for instant access for visitors.
MSc students have access to the School's PC and printing network and can use the departmental copying equipment for their project essays.
Queen Mary library has about 8000 mathematical books and subscribes to a large number of mathematical journals covering all the research interests of the School. There is access to subtsantial numbers of electronic journals.
There are several other excellent libraries in London, including the London Mathematical Society collection of journals at University College and the Royal Astronomical Society Library at Burlington House.
Members of the School publish over one hundred books and scientific papers each year. The School has some 20 post doctoral fellows, and often sees more than 100 invited visitors annually.
The School receives generous support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the Science and Technology Facilities Council for postdoctoral research fellows and visitors.
The College accommodation office can help students and visitors to find a wide range of places to live, usually within an easy bus or train ride of the college.