Going to the Roots of Mathematical Trees

Cecilia Holmgren was the first to prove theorems that describe the split trees’ general properties. Read more about how she breaks ground in probability theory.  

Research in mathematics

Our mathematical research is particularly strong in different forms of analysis, analytic number theory, algebra, topology, geometry and probability theory. One of the more distinctive areas is symplectic geometry, that has a close connection to the quantum and string theory. Other areas in which we conduct research in mathematics are mathematical biology, financial mathematics, mathematical logic and mathematical statistics.

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Postgraduate Studies in Mathematics

If you want to do research in mathematics, then a postgraduate programme is a first step in the right direction. To enter our programme, you need a Master’s degree in mathematics, or a Master’s degree in engineering physics. On our website, we usually advertise vacant PhD positions which all eligible candidates are welcome to apply. The advert will be posted in February.

The photo shows Marta Leniec who received her doctoral degree in financial mathematics at CIM 2016.

Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics (CIM)

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics in Uppsala facilitates novel and exciting joint research between the mathematical sciences and other disciplines and industry. The aim is to engage mathematics directly in science by using mathematics to understand real world systems.