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, January 5, 2021
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Professor Niall MacKay, Head of Department.
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.
Wednesday 4 November 2020
The research led by Dr Jamie Wood, Department of Biology and Mathematics at the University of York is developing a low cost, environmentally friendly method of processing sugar beet without the need for major industrial processing plants.
Thursday 15 October 2020
Mathematics student Sasha Ramani comes runner up in the British Society for the History of Mathematics (BSHM) Undergraduate Essay Prize.
Professor Karen Uhlenbeck is an American mathematician and a founder of modern geometric analysis. She is an emeritus professor at the University of Texas at Austin, a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study and a visiting senior research scholar at Princeton University.
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.