**Research Groups**

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has a strong research community of academics and postgraduate students with research groups working in the areas of:

Conferences are regularly held by the Department, and our Colloquium series runs from September to May each year.

The Department's research interests include topics in:

Group Theory and Group Representation Theory, Combinatorics and Number Theory, Diophantine Approximation and Measure Theory, Ring Theory, Universal Algebra, Cryptography;

Differential Geometry, Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Topology, Analysis on Metric Spaces, Conformal Analysis, Complex Analysis and Classical Function Spaces, Harmonic Analysis, Involutions, Stability Theory;

Statistical Modelling in Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Bayesian Methods of Statistical Inference, Statistical Computing and Graphics;

Mathematics Education, History of Mathematics.

There are many areas of potential postgraduate research in addition to our taught postgraduate programmes. The Department's postgraduate coordinator is Dr. David Redmond.