Our community consists of over 70 faculty members, 50 administrative staff, 180 research staff, 750 undergraduates pursuing our degree programmes, and 230 postgraduate students.
The Division of Mathematical Sciences covers diverse topics ranging from pure mathematics to the applications of mathematics in cryptography, computing, business, and finance.
We offer undergraduate degree programmes (BSc) and graduate programmes (PhD and MSc) in our three core disciplines of Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics and Applied Physics.
Assistant Prof Yan Zhenzhen appointed as Associate Editor of Decision Sciences JournalPublished on 01 Mar 2023
Our researchers are working on numerous exciting topics, such as devising new encryption algorithms, using machine learning to tackle difficult quantum physics problems, and much more. Click on these links to read about our latest breakthroughs in mathematics and physics.
Recent Research Highlights
Measuring the Quantum Horizon
The research group of Professor Weibo Gao has performed the first experimental measurement of “quantum curvature” in a material, paving the way for novel quantum materials.
23 Oct 2023
Putting a New Spin on Digital Bits
Physicists at NTU SPMS have shown how information can be encoded robustly in perovskite nanocrystals, as a potential replacement for electronic memory.
11 Jul 2023
The SPMS experience doesn't end when you step out of the lecture theatre or tutorial room. We have a vibrant student community with numerous events and activities to explore. Incoming freshmen get to enjoy an exciting Orientation and Transition programme organised by a team of dedicated staff and student volunteers.
Our Student Welfare team is dedicated to giving all students the support they need for a
happy and rewarding university experience. We also provide career planning resources
to assist SPMS students in starting their future careers.
As a proud SPMS graduate, you will always be a part of our community. We host a variety of alumni events throughout the year, from movie nights to social mixers.
It's never too late to take the opportunity to get back in touch with your former course-mates, and chat with your favorite professors!
Safety is an integral part of life and work at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, and we are committed to ensuring that all research and educational activities are performed in a safe and proper way.
All faculty, students, and staff are required to be familiar with our established safety procedures and requirements, which are available for reference on this site. Click on the link below to read about our safety training, emergency procedures, risk
assessment processes, and more.