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Silver Athena Swan triumph for our school

11 April 2024

Our school has proudly received the Silver Athena Swan award, marking a significant milestone in our ongoing efforts to promote equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) within the field of mathematics.

Director of Research co-leads second retreat for women in applied mathematics

4 April 2024

The Retreat for Women in Applied Mathematics (RWAM) 2024, held at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Edinburgh, was organised by our Director of Research, Prof Angela Mihai, in collaboration with Prof Apala Majumdar from the University of Strathclyde.

Embarking on an adventure: empowering Indonesia through mathematical modelling

25 March 2024

A cohort of five researchers, from our school, recently travelled across Indonesia to support on-going research collaborations and to establish new partnerships.

Three portrait photographs of Cardiff University’s Turing fellows 2024 from left to right Professor Monjur Mourshed, Dr Jenny Kidd and Professor Steven Schockaert

Cardiff secures three Turing fellowships

21 March 2024

Researchers join new cohort to help grow UK’s data science and AI ecosystem

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New digital health hub launches for Wales and South West

14 March 2024

Consortium to elevate region’s digital health capability through leadership, engagement, acceleration and partnership

Reflecting on triumphs: celebrating our 2023 achievements

6 March 2024

Our school proudly celebrates numerous achievements, each highlighting our dedication to excellence, innovation, and societal influence.

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Cardiff lends expertise to UK-wide AI research initiative

6 February 2024

EPSRC-funded hubs to evolve AI and tackle complex social, economic and environmental challenges

Cardiff University drives digital skills and innovation in 2023 through successful outreach events

31 January 2024

The Digital Transformation Innovation Institute has conducted a series of outreach events, focusing on fostering digital skills, promoting innovation and entrepreneurship.

Advocating for gender equality in mathematics: A voice at the House of Commons

19 January 2024

A PHD student from the School of Mathematics at Cardiff University is making a difference in the mathematics community by representing the Council of Mathematical Sciences and the London Mathematical Society.

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Researchers show how bats get back home to roost

15 January 2024

First-of-its-kind study in bats could help conservation efforts for species at “significant risk” of population decline

Maths for Industry Day showcases the power of mathematics in real-world applications

8 January 2024

Our inaugural Maths for Industry Day showcased the role of mathematics in industry-driven research and innovation, with a spotlight on the vital contribution of our School.

Griffiths Medal awarded to researchers for COVID-19 transmission study

14 December 2023

The Griffiths Medal, presented by The Operational Research Society, has recently been awarded to a team of researchers from Cardiff University for their contribution to the field of health systems.

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"Offering people the freedom to choose how they travel"

24 October 2023

Graduate developing accessible travel app which flags lift disruptions on London Underground

New interdisciplinary network on fertility research to launch at the School of Mathematics

14 September 2023

Experts in In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and all those interested in interdisciplinary fertility research are invited to attend a one-day event on IVF research at the Cardiff School of Mathematics.

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Understanding all disease prevalence in the UK

23 August 2023

A new website provides UK prevalence estimates for all diseases

Graph depicting different waves of coronavirus

New algorithm sets parameters for waves of Covid-19

5 June 2023

Researchers say defining waves will aid understanding of the epidemic’s progression

Dr Angela Mihai elected Vice President of SIAM-UKIE

24 May 2023

Dr Angela Mihai has been elected Vice President of the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Section of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM-UKIE).

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Cardiff University joins Turing University Network

22 May 2023

UK-wide network launched to facilitate better connections across the data science and AI research landscape

The top of a tsunami warning tower is photographed against a blue sky. The tower is painted red and white and features solar panels and megaphone speakers

Using artificial intelligence to create a tsunami early warning system

25 April 2023

Real-time classification of underwater earthquakes enables earlier and more reliable tsunami alerts

Layla Sadeghi Namaghi with the winning entry

Baker’s dozen for Abacws as 13 postgraduate students represent their thesis proposals through cake creations

8 March 2023

Mathematics students have found an innovative way to communicate their research proposals by swapping abstracts for vanilla extracts.