Computing Science and Mathematics research

We combine cutting-edge research in predictive modelling and data science with their application in multiple domains.

Our interdisciplinary research environment enables computer scientists and mathematicians to work together on solving challenging problems in food and health, the environment, business and social organisation.

Find out more about our research in Computing Science and Mathematics.

Our research areas

BIOlogical MODelling (BIOMOD)

Using predictive modelling and optimisation techniques to address global problems.

DAta science and Intelligent Systems (DAIS)

Exploring data-driven modelling and analytics for intelligent, secure systems.

COMputational Mathematics and OptimisatioN (COMMON)

Using computational and mathematical methods for solving complex dynamic problems.

PhD opportunities in Computing Science and Mathematics

We offer a vibrant, supportive environment for postgraduate researchers in Computing Science and Mathematics. Take a closer look at the subject areas we offer PhD supervision in and find out how to apply.

You can also find out more about research degree opportunities in Computing Science and Mathematics.

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