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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Welcome to DPMMS

The Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) (including the Statistical Laboratory as a sub-department) conducts teaching and research across a wide range of pure mathematics, probability and statistics.   DPMMS currently hosts over 100 Academic and Research Staff and around 80 PhD students over three Pavilions as part of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. 

Read more at: Coronavirus: latest guidance

Coronavirus: latest guidance

from the University.


Read more at: Congratulations to John Aston

Congratulations to John Aston

We are delighted to annouce that, with effect from 1 January 2021,  John Aston has been elected as the Harding Professor of Statistics in Public Life



Read more at: Congratulations to David Spiegelhalter

Congratulations to David Spiegelhalter

awarded the Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture 2020


Read more at: Congratulations to Holly Krieger and Henry Wilton

Congratulations to Holly Krieger and Henry Wilton

on winning LMS Whitehead prizes



Read more at: Senior Academic Promotions

Senior Academic Promotions

Congratulations to Peter Varju and Oscar Randal-Williams on their promotion to the rank of Professor and to Roland Bauerschmidt on his promotion to Reader


Read more at: Workshop in honour of James Norris' 60th birthday

Workshop in honour of James Norris' 60th birthday

POSTPONED until 1-3 September 2021 Scaling limits: from statistical mechanics to manifolds will take place 7th-9th September 2020, Cambridge



Read more at: Jan Saxl (5 June 1948-2 May 2020)

Jan Saxl (5 June 1948-2 May 2020)

With sadness the Department must announce  the death of Jan Saxl, Professor of Algebra and Fellow of Caius College.


Read more at: Congratulations to Jack Thorne

Congratulations to Jack Thorne

elected as Fellow of the Royal Society



Read more at: John Horton Conway 26 December 1937 – 11 April 2020

John Horton Conway 26 December 1937 – 11 April 2020

We are saddened by the death of John Conway, member of DPMMS 1962-87, a great and charismatic mathematician.


Read more at: Congratulations to Jack Thorne

Congratulations to Jack Thorne

awarded an EMS prize



Probability

Category Theory Seminar

01
Dec
Number Theory Seminar


Geometric Group Theory (GGT) Seminar