UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics is ranked in the top 1% in the world for both the subjects of Mathematics and Statistics (in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015). The School is the largest of its kind in Ireland and offers the greatest choice of programmes at undergraduate, masters and PhD level, reflecting the ubiquity of the mathematical sciences in the modern world. As a dynamic, multi-disciplinary school, we engage in research and teaching in all aspects of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science. Academic staff are actively involved in many research centres and institutes including Insight Centre for Data Analytics, UCD Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory, UCD Meteorology and Climate Centre, the Earth Institute and Claude Shannon Institute.
Maths Students Received UCD College of Science Special Recognition and Excellence in Mentoring Awards (posted 19.05.16)
Nine undergraduate students from the School of Mathematics and Statistics were honoured for special achievements in the areas outside their academic activities at the Science Awards Ceremony.
New paper from the School’s Meteorology and Climate Centre suggests low climate sensitivity (posted on 18/05/16)
A new paper “Estimating climate sensitivity using two-zone energy balance models” by Prof. Ray Bates, just published in the American Geophysical Union’s open-access journal Earth and Space Science