The Division of Mathematical Sciences, founded in 2005, is one of three divisions under the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. In its first year, the division admitted 47 undergraduates while having only five faculty members. Today, the division has over 400 undergraduate students, and over 35 faculty members specialising in different research areas of pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, and theoretical computer science. We also have a thriving graduate program with about 50 graduate students. Click on the links below to learn more about us.

Audience in a seminar room

Lectures and Seminars

Upcoming and past lectures, colloquiums, seminars, and oral defense presentations.

List of Talks