Dr David Lucy is working with the Netherlands’ National Forensics Institute (NFI), to develop a method of working out how likely it is that glass fragments found on suspects came from crime scenes.
Professor Anthony To-Ming Lau, University of Alberta, Edmonton,has been appointed as a Distinguished Faculty Visitor to the Department.
We invite applications for fully funded PhD positions in either Pure Mathematics or Statistics.
A new method of analysing crime statistics finds that violent crime in England and Wales is increasing, not decreasing.
Businesses are being urged to benefit from the technical knowledge and fresh ideas of leading students.
Congratulations to Jared White who has been awarded the Dean's Award for PhD Excellence in the Faculty of Science and Technology for the 1st Year category.
This July, two students from the department, John Hewetson and Joshua Wood, attended the inaugural London Mathematical Society Undergraduate Summer School, held at Loughborough University.
The department held a drinks reception on Wednesday 30th September, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Mathematical Society.
Welcome to our new staff and undergraduate and postgraduate students, and welcome back to our returning students too.
The Hardy Fellowship commemorates a previous President of the London Mathematical Society. Previous fellowship lecturers at Lancaster University have included Persi Diaconis and Vaughan Jones.