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Mathematics Department News - 2006

Link to the list of visitors. 01/09/06
We wish Gareth Roberts well in his secondment to the Community University of North Wales to work in the Reaching Higher - Reaching Wider project.

01/08/06
On the 1 August 2006 the School of Informatics ceased to exist, and a School of Electronic Engineering and a School of Computer Science came into existence within the new College of Physical & Applied Science.

The following acting Heads of College/School have been appointed:

  • College of Physical & Applied Science: Prof Alan Shore,
  • School of Computer Science : Prof Nigel John,
  • School of Electronic Engineering : Dr Paul Spencer.
Nevertheless, for the time being, the Dean Street site will continue to be run as a single unit, the Schools of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS), with the Department of Mathematics as an additional component.

25/07/06
Some graduation photos.

17/07/06
Congratulations to all our students graduating on Thursday July 20th, and in particular to those awarded the following prizes:

  • Joint recipients of the J H Gee Prize for Mathematics:
    • Ceri Owens
    • Catrin Plumpton
  • Joint recipients of the R A Jones Prize for Mathematics:
    • Simon Roberts
    • Pat Saunderson
    • Alan Tabberer
  • Ceri Owens has also been awarded the Paul Green memorial award, for the most meritorious individual project by an undergraduate in the School of Informatics.

26/06/06:
Congratulations to all our final-year students on the excellent BSc and MMath degree results announced this afternoon.

25/03/06:
Topology & Groupoids:
a retitled, revised, refined and expanded edition of Ronald Brown's Topology, previously published in 1968 and 1988, just released.

03/02/06:
Congratulations to Gareth Evans on the award of a PhD for his thesis: "Noncommutative Involutive Bases"

06/01/06:
Royal Institution Mathematics Masterclasses for young people in North-West Wales,
sponsored by Anglesey Aluminium: the 22nd series commences January 21st.

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