Mathematics and Statistics
New processes, techniques and theories are constantly being devised, tested and explored in mathematics and statistics. Computers have created demand for statistical and mathematical analysis in many new fields and our specialists develop new tools and techniques to deal with problems in areas from business management to biology, as well as considering new insights in the physical sciences and engineering. The result is new applications of mathematics and statistics, as well as new theoretical work on the structure of the mathematics involved.
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Dr Brendan Creutz from the School of Mathematics and Statistics has won the 2017 New Zealand Mathematical Society’s Early Career Research Award. The award is based on Brendan’s best three research articles, and recognises his outstanding work on local-global questions on ...
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