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Thursday, 4 May 2006

Gareth Jones wins SIAM UK-Ireland presentation prize

Gareth Jones was one of three students given prizes at the 2006 BAMC by SIAM UK-Ireland for a postgraduate presentation. It was entitled "Buckling of a spherical shell embedded in an elastic matrix with a uniaxial stress field at infinity".

Tuesday, 18 April 2006

Prof. Philip Maini appointed to a Guest Honorary Professorship at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Professor Philip K. Maini, Centre for Mathematical Biology (CMB), Mathematical Institute, was recently appointed to a Guest Honorary Professorship at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in Chengdu. The inaugural ceremony, attended by the Vice-President and several deans of UESTC, was held in early April. As its name suggests, UESTC is committed to supporting the technological revolution in China. However, it is keen to expand its research into mathematical biology and this appointment recognises the world class reputation of the CMB. It will cement collaborative ties between the two universities.

Tuesday, 18 April 2006

Prof. Philip Maini appointed to an Adjunct Professorship at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Techno

<p> Professor Philip Maini was recently appointed to a three-year Adjunct Professorship at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. He is a frequent visitor to Brisbane and this appointment will fund him to visit Professor Sean McElwain for one month per year during the period of the professorship. </p>
Thursday, 9 March 2006
Thursday, 19 January 2006
Tuesday, 3 January 2006
Tuesday, 22 November 2005

Nick Woodhouse to continue as Chairman

<p>We are pleased to announce that Professor N.M.J. Woodhouse has been reappointed as Chairman of Mathematics for a further five year period from 1 October 2006.</p>
Thursday, 27 October 2005
Wednesday, 21 September 2005
Monday, 12 September 2005

Marcus du Sautoy awarded Sartorius Prize

Marcus du Sautoy is awarded the Sartorius Prize for 2005 by the Academy of Science in Gottingen for his book The Music of the Primes. The prize is awarded for an outstanding recent publication which increases public understanding of science and technology.

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