Numerical analysis concerns the development of algorithms for solving all kinds of problems of continuous mathematics; it is a wide-ranging discipline having close connections with computer science, mathematics, engineering, and the sciences. Oxford's Numerical Analysis Group has long been a leader in the UK; the permanent faculty are Nick Trefethen, Raphael Hauser, Colin Macdonald, Ian Sobey, Endre Süli, and Andy Wathen. Nick Gould, former member of the faculty is still associated with the group as visiting professor.
There are currently no vacancies.
- Group Members
- Technical Reports
- Application for DPhil (PhD) or MSc programmes in the Numerical Analysis Group
- Reading list for DPhil students
The Numerical Analysis group moved to the Mathematical Institute from the Department of Computer Science (formerly Computing Laboratory) in October 2009. The group is now based at the Gibson Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (see map of Maths Institute buildings).
This group photo was taken outside the Computing Laboratory in Keble Road on Thursday, 17th of May 2007
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