The Pure Mathematics group is further divided into five subgroups: algebra,
analysis, categories & combinatorics, computational algebra, and geometry &
The School has all the facilities of a well established and progressive teaching
and research institution, including a modern library and an extensive computer
network of workstations. In addition the network supports a number of
high-speed processors and colour graphics systems. A wide variety of software
packages is available including Magma (developed in the School),
Spida, S-plus, Reduce, Mathematica and Matlab.
The School is proud of its postgraduate students.
Our research students are a valuable resource and the School is committed to
providing them with excellent research facilities and office space in which to
work. Some financial aid is available to students to allow them to attend relevant
conferences and workshops. Further support is offered in the form of part-time
teaching, assignment and examination marking (see Section 6 for
The School holds regular seminars, workshops and conferences to ensure
that its members stay abreast of latest developments. It also supports and encourages
an active international visitor program.
Further information can be obtained from the School's Web site at: