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Research Excellence Framework 2021 results

11 May 2022

The School of Mathematics has enjoyed success in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) with 98% of our overall submission considered world leading or internationally excellent.

Professor Hannah Fry lecture marks the opening of Abacws

28 April 2022

Mathematician and TV presenter talks about the joy of data at event to mark the opening of Cardiff University’s new state-of-the-art building.

The mathematics of zombies

Modelling pandemics: The Mathematics of Surviving Zombies

1 March 2022

Dr Thomas Woolley has created a webvid that uses mathematical modelling to demonstrate how long humans could survive a zombie apocalypse.

Cardiff academic to set subject benchmark statement

16 February 2022

Dr Jonathan Gillard has been appointed to the Advisory Board for the Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research Benchmark Statement by the QAA

Artificial intelligence could be used to accurately predict tsunamis

29 November 2021

Machine learning could provide rapid assessment of underwater earthquakes

Impact award for Cardiff mathematical modelers

22 November 2021

Cardiff University academics recognised with prestigious award for pioneering work with the NHS

Covid model flowchart

Mathematical modelling crucial in reducing spread of Covid-19

5 August 2021

Experts from the School of Mathematics have created an online app to predict the threat of Covid-19 in educational settings.

Stock image of coronavirus

Maths playing a significant role in fight against COVID-19 with important new project

9 February 2021

Researchers at the School of Mathematics are developing mathematical models that assess the transmission of COVID-19 in indoor spaces, and how this is affected by ventilation, masks and antiviral technologies.

Infographic representing big data

Positive response to new CPD modules

14 January 2021

Public sector workers praise the benefits of CPD modules.

Farmers getting water

Maths expertise part of major international project to tackle climate change resilience in the Horn of Africa

12 November 2020

An international team of researchers and organisations has been awarded over €6.7M from EU Horizon 2020 to help tackle food and water insecurity in the Horn of Africa Drylands.