The Research Centre in Mathematics is comprised of three research groups: the Applied Mathematics Group, the Mathematical Physics Group and the Representation Theory Group.
Applied Mathematics Group
The Applied Mathematics Group applies mathematical methods to increase our understanding of biological and physical phenomena.
The group has three main areas of research: evolutionary game theory, network science and fluid dynamics. It also hosts regular short term research visitors.
Mathematical Physics Group
The Mathematical Physics Group's research activities are concentrated on topics in quantum field theory, quantum mechanics and string theory..
Our extensive expertise in various techniques and methods, developed originally in the context of integrable systems, creates a unique cohesive and vigorous environment.
Representation Theory Group
The Representation Theory Group is interested in all aspects of modern representation theory. The focus is on gaining deep conceptual understanding of algebraic, combinatorial, geometric and topological structure.
Research Centre in Mathematics website
Visit the Centre's research microsite for more information about the Centre, including areas of research, projects and related activities.