The interdisciplinary research activities in our School span the breadth of applied mathematics, pure mathematics, probability and statistics.
We have a high level of engagement in interdisciplinary research and with industry. Our research has impact across a range of diverse sectors including energy, advanced materials, engineering, finance and public health.
The School’s research activities are centrally located in our purpose-built Alan Turing Building, and we have a number of excellent facilities at our disposal.
Our research is organised into seven intersecting themes that span the mathematical sciences and allow us to work in an interdisciplinary manner.
MIMS organises the core and interdisciplinary research activities within the School.
We work with interdisciplinary centres in our research, giving our researchers opportunity for collaboration.
Our research tackles society's great challenges, and is having a real world impact in a number of areas.
Our staff, students and postgraduate researchers have access to a fantastic range of facilities across the University.
Manchester mathematicians have changed the world - become the next to make an impact.