The School of Mathematical Sciences at Queen Mary, one of Britain's top research institutions, consists of about 40 members of staff. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, more than 50% of our research activity was judged to be either world-leading or internationally excellent.
Research is organised in three groups covering topics in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, and Statistics, with vivid exchange and collaboration between members of all groups. The Schools is proud of its numerous research collaborations with other Schools and Centres at Queen Mary and beyond, for instance, with the departments of Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Physics, Biology, and most notably about its close links to the Astronomy Unit. Details of our research activities can be found in the specialised subsections.
The School runs large postgraduate research programmes and organises a large number of seminar series. Please consult the specialised subsections for more details.