The UCD School of Mathematical Sciences is the top ranked University Department in Ireland for both Statistics and Mathematics according to the 2014 QS University rankings. The excellence of our School is underlined by the fact that the School is ranked in the top 200 of all Universities in the world for Statistics. We offer the greatest choice of programmes in Ireland at undergraduate, masters and PhD level across three subject areas: Applied & Computational Mathematics, Mathematics and Statistics & Actuarial Sciences. Recently we have introduced new online programmes in Data Analytics. Graduates from our School have left us to join the world's leading universities including Oxford, Cornell, Caltech, Harvard or to work in a range of highly recognised companies including O2, Google, Paddy Powers, EBay, Deloitte, AXA and Zurich. Contact us to explore these opportunities.
The School of Mathematical Sciences is delighted to host the visit of Professor Clement Mouhot from the University of Cambridge. Clement Mouhot is a brilliant young mathematician, who worked with Cedric Villani on non linear Landau damping.
‘Maths Sparks’ is a four week programme hosted by undergraduate and post-graduate students from the School of Mathematical Sciences and the School of Education and is facilitated by lecturers in the School of Mathematical Sciences and the UCD Access Centre.
The School of Mathematical Sciences in UCD convened an ad-hoc committee to study the draft paper from the NCCA and to formulate a school opinion on the paper. This document reports on these discussions. The study was held under the Chatham House rule, which allows comments to be reported without attribution to encourage a frank exchange of views.