Faculty of Science researchers conduct diverse and varied research in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our scientists are global leaders in their fields, finding solutions to the biggest issues we face today.
The research within the School of Mathematics and Statistics covers areas of pure and applied mathematics and statistics. A broad school with an international reputation, we have research foci in Algebra, Continuum Modelling, Discrete Mathematics, Geometry and Topology, Operations Research, Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Physics, Stochastic Processes, Statistics, and Data Science.
Explore our research prospectus to find out what projects our leading academics are investigating.
Learn more about our research
The School of Mathematics and Statistics has a very active research component. Read more about the research conducted here, and the researchers involved.
The School of Mathematics and Statistics is associated with several research centres.
Upcoming seminars based on research by staff at the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
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If you would like to study with us, or discuss opportunities for collaboration or helping to fund our work, see below for how to get in touch.
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Join over 10,000 students at the Faculty of Science with a range of honours, graduate, and research degrees. Visit Study with us – graduate research for information and enquiries about graduate studies.
Collaborate with us
The Faculty of Science invites interested organisations who would like to explore collaborative research or use our developed technologies. Please get in touch with our Business Development team to discuss.
Director, Business Development, Physical Sciences
Research, Innovation & Commercialisation | The University of Melbourne
Incorporating UoM Commercial Ltd and the School of Melbourne Custom Programs
Phone: +61 417 535 617
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