Whether it’s exploring the numerical building blocks of the universe or understanding the behaviour of the digital world, Mathematics and Information Sciences is as diverse as it is pioneering. The department’s research encompasses Mathematics, with groups in Nonlinear Waves and Integrable Systems, Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), and Biomathematics, and Information Sciences, with groups in Digital consumers, behaviour and literacy, Scholarly communication and publishing, Digital libraries, archives and records, and Digital socio-technical design.
Prospective PhD students: Opportunities to carry out postgraduate research towards an MPhil/PhD or MSc by research exist in all the areas identified above. Further information may be obtained from The Graduate School.
Visiting scholars: We welcome visiting academics - please contact Dr James McLaughlin for Mathematics and Professor Julie McLeod for Information Sciences
To access research outputs in this area and others, please visit Northumbria Research Link.