Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: Department of Mathematics
My colleagues and I expect to be teaching online for the immediate future, and are working hard to make sure that everyone has both the teaching materials and the interactive sessions they need to support, and enable them to engage fully in, their learning.
We cannot run the in-person teaching sessions we enjoy, but we aim to create the best possible online alternatives, and to keep our friendly atmosphere, personal contact and small-group teaching.
Professor Niall MacKay, Head of Department, March 3, 2021
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Professor Niall MacKay, Head of Department.
Thursday 11 February 2021
Researchers from the University of York and collaborators in China are a step closer to the commercialisation of next-generation random number generators (RNGs), a key technology used to ensure data security.
Wednesday 27 January 2021
Professor Victor Beresnevich and Professor Sanju Velani from the Department of Mathematics, University of York celebrate the launch of their new book Number Theory Meets Wireless Communications.
Monday 7 December 2020
Prof. Julie Wilson is involved in a £3M interdisciplinary project, led at University of York by the Department of Computer Science, that will improve the ability of autonomous systems to reason about the impact of their decisions and actions on technical and social requirements and rules.
Professor Roger Penrose is an English mathematician, mathematical physicist, and philosopher of science. He was knighted for his services to Science in 1994 and awarded a Nobel Laureate in Physics in 2020 "for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity".
We support the principles laid out in the London Mathematical Society Good Practice Scheme, and aim to create an inclusive, mutually supportive community which enables everyone to do their best work and where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
We hold the Bronze Award of the Athena SWAN programme for women in science.