Mathematicians Exposed

The Mathematicians Exposed session is a showcase to demonstrate how you can use mathematics and statistics in your career.

Measuring string as a part of the Mathematicians Exposed presentation
Diagram using shoelaces to create mathematical patterns.
Images of shoelaces showing how maths can be used to create patterns

Career showcase

Mathematicians Exposed is a showcase of career profiles of mathematics and statistics graduates. The session includes talks by guest speakers, recent graduates and current students as well as a presentation on mathematical modelling.

Learn how and where mathematics and statistics are used in their daily work and the level of mathematical training needed to pursue careers in their profession.

The session also includes displays of current research and consulting projects undertaken by our postgraduate students and research staff. Learn about how you could use maths in medicine, commerce, bioinformatics, nanotechnology, defence, telecommunications, optics and food manufacturing.

Following the career showcase, students will participate in either the MIT Challenge or Short Problem Solving Competition.