News

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Detecting tsunamis

24 January 2018

Scientists develop new method to calculate a tsunami’s size and destructive force by exploiting high-speed acoustic gravity waves

School of Mathematics

School of Mathematics hosts important LMS meeting

21 December 2017

A London Mathematical Society (LMS) meeting was recently hosted by the Cardiff School of Mathematics.

Mathematics Education Research Group launch

New research group focus on maths education

21 December 2017

An event to celebrate the formation of a new research group focusing on maths education has taken place at the School of Mathematics

Professor Paul Harper receiving an award

Celebrating Excellence success for School of Mathematics

20 November 2017

Professor Paul Harper has won the Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Enterprise Award at the Cardiff University Celebrating Excellence Awards.

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Underwater sound waves help scientists locate ocean impacts

24 October 2017

Cardiff University researchers use acoustic gravity waves to locate precise time and location that objects hit the sea surface

PRES 2017

Research students satisfied at School of Mathematics

1 October 2017

Excellent PRES 2017 for School of Mathematics

How do zebrafish develop their stripes?

28 September 2017

Cardiff University mathematician discovers key aspect underlining distinctive patterns of the zebrafish

Top architects chosen for £23m maths and computer science centre

27 September 2017

University planning new centre of excellence for innovative teaching and research

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School of Mathematics accreditation success

16 August 2017

The School of Mathematics has successfully achieved accreditation from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) for our undergraduate degree programmes.

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Impressive student satisfaction results for the School of Mathematics

9 August 2017

Satisfaction amongst final year Mathematics students at Cardiff University has increased this year with 90% of Maths students saying they were satisfied with their overall student experience.