Our School is home to all mathematics, statistics and physics degrees at Newcastle University.
The School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics explores each of its constituent disciplines in two ways: each subject as a stand-alone, specialist subject in its own right, as well as the great overlaps and interactions between them.
Our expertise in modelling, analysis and computation plays a key part in advancing disciplinary understanding and enabling important discoveries in other areas such as clinical trials and industrial statistics.
We have a long and distinguished history in pure mathematics, ranging through complex analysis, geometric and combinatorial group theory, homological algebra, algebraic geometry, algebraic topology, quantum groups, quantum computation, operator algebras, representation theory, ring theory, operator theory, topological homology.
In statistics, our broad research programme covers applied statistics and medical statistics, particularly the field of Bayesian statistics, Biostatistics and Statistical Bioinformatics and Stochastic Systems Biology.
Our current research in Applied Mathematics and Physics is concentrated in Astrophysical and Geophysical MHD, Quantum Matter, Cosmology and Quantum Gravity, and Mathematical Biology and Archaeology. We also work closely with colleagues in the School of Engineering on applied physics teaching and research.