Savilian Professors of Geometry
What was mathematics like in Victorian Oxford? The Savilian Professor of Geometry was established in 1619 by Sir Henry Savile, and has been held by many top mathematicians - including John Wallis (who introduced the $\infty$ notation), Edmond Halley (after whom Halley's comet is named), Edward Titchmarsh, and Sir Michael Atiyah. The current holder of the chair is Nigel Hitchin. Throughout the Victorian era three Savilian Professors of Geometry left their mark on Mathematics at Oxford: Baden Powel, Henry Smith, and James Sylvester. These posters tell their story.
Oxford Mathematics Alphabet
The Oxford Mathematics Alphabet is an outreach project showcasing the amazing and wonderful research going on at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. Each letter links to an area of research, a blog post written by a researcher in the area, and an A3 poster for download.