Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: Department of Mathematics
My colleagues and I are working towards a return to on-campus teaching in autumn 2021, and are looking forward to recreating the small-group seminars, friendly atmosphere and positive, in-person engagement with mathematics that we all so enjoy. We will of course also be maintaining our current online teaching materials, and will be happy to offer online support teaching for anyone unable to study in York due to the pandemic.
With best wishes,
Professor Niall MacKay, Head of Department, April 12th 2021
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Professor Niall MacKay, Head of Department.
Thursday 15 April 2021
The Department is delighted to announce Professor Martin Bees has been appointed as the new Head of Department from October 2021.
Thursday 15 April 2021
The Department is pleased to welcome Leyli Mammadova, who is joining us on a five-month London Mathematical Society (LMS) Early Career Fellowship.
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.
Professor Ingrid Daubechies is a Belgian physicist and mathematician. She became the first woman to receive the National Academy of Sciences Award in Mathematics, honoring her "for fundamental discoveries on wavelets and wavelet expansions and for her role in making wavelets methods a practical basic tool of applied mathematics"
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.