The School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) is a school in NTU's College of Science. We consist of two divisions: Mathematical Sciences and Physics & Applied Physics. Our collective mission is to forge a world-class centre of scientific education and research.
Our faculty members are world-renowned scientific experts who have won national and international awards. Many are experts in more than one scientific domain; we have chemists creating new materials, mathematicians designing algorithms used in computer science, physicists studying the dynamics of financial markets, and more.
We aim to provide our students with a future-oriented education, combining scientific knowledge with soft skills such as communication and critical thinking. In the coming decades, Singapore (and the rest of the world) will grapple with many complex issues, from climate change to the economic disruptions caused by new technology. Our students must possess not only technical expertise but also the nimbleness of mind to explore new fields. We work hard to ensure that they have the training and opportunities they need, through initiatives ranging from networking events with alumni to our Work-Study Degree Programme, which allows students to undertake structured internships with participating companies.
I invite you to visit the wonderful ecosystem of research and education in SPMS.
Professor Phan Anh Tuan
Chair, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences,
Management and Administrative Team
Chair, Associate and Assistant Chairs, and other faculty appointments
Professor Kiang Ai Kim Endowment Fund
An endowment fund set up to honour Professor Kiang Ai Kim, the Head of the Department of Chemistry at Nanyang University from 1975 to 1980.
World Scientific Prizes in Physics and Applied Physics
The World Scientific Prizes in Physics and Applied Physics are awarded to outstanding students in theoretical and experimental physics courses.
Singapore Mathematical Society Awards
Prizes endowed by the Singapore Mathematical Society, awarded to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in the mathematical sciences.