UoA 10 Mathematical Sciences
Our research demonstrates clearly the impact mathematical sciences has on everyday life. With a GPA of 3.08 we are ranked as 19th in the UK, and 9th for the percentage of research that is 'world leading' or 'internationally excellent'. A distinctive feature of this unit is that 100% of our research was rated as ‘outstanding’ or ‘very considerable’ for its impact in terms of its reach and significance. We are truly interdisciplinary in nature, and have provided solutions to contemporary issues such as data security and hospital waiting times.
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Our mathematics research spans several areas, from informing academic scholarship through fundamental enquiry to using mathematical reasoning to provide solutions to real-world problems.
During the REF period our research income has increased by over 290% and we've invested significantly to support research capacity and ensure sustainability.
In addition to the substantial funds we attract from the Research Councils and European Union, we receive significant awards from the Leverhulme Trust, the Ministry of Defence, the Wellcome Trust, GlaxoSmithKline, and Proctor and Gamble.
Research in the School is supported by the University's Advanced Research Computing facility (ARCCA), one of the largest academic computational resources in the UK as well as High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales.
Our researchers are committed to finding new benefits to their work by engaging in interdisciplinary collaborations with a number of other disciplines. Examples of this include research into convection of the Earth's mantle and inverse problems in brain imaging.
Our highly active research groups collaborate with leading academic researchers throughout the world.
|1||University of Oxford||3.55|
|2||University of Cambridge||3.36|
|3||University of Warwick||3.35|
|18||University of Sheffield||3.09|
|19||University of Glasgow||3.08|
|19||University College London||3.08|
|22||University of Durham||3.06|
|23||Queen Mary University of London||3.01|
|23||University of Exeter||3.01|
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