Research in the School of Mathematics

The School pursues its research objectives through a diverse range of activities. It has a strong collective record of publishing in highly regarded journals, offers graduate research training programmes, encourages research by individuals and in groups, organises and hosts prestigious conferences, runs a weekly research seminar, recruits postgraduate research students and postdoctoral researchers, and provides consultation. In addition, School members have successfully secured large amounts of research funding from Irish, EU, and other international sources. The School strives to create and strengthen links with research centres throughout the world. 

Summer Internship Programme 2019

Applications are invited for research bursaries intended for undergraduate students wishing to pursue a 4-6 week summer research project in the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics, starting 27 May 2019.  Further details

Research Day

Click here for more information on Research Day 2019, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics.

Conferences and Seminars

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Mathematics Research Clusters

Research is carried out over a number of complementary areas with significant overlap. Three domains of excellence serve as the basis of designated Research Clusters:

 The de Brún Centre for Mathematics

 The Stokes Applied Mathematics Cluster

 The Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Cluster