Members of the School are engaged in research across a broad range of areas within mathematics, statistics, and data science. The School hosts the Biomathematics Research Centre as well as the Combinatorics, Geometry, and Number Theory (COGENT) research group. Several members of the School are closely involved with Te Pūnaha Matatini, a national Centre of Research Excellence which was recently refunded. Specific details of individual member’s research interests are highlighted below. An individual’s publications are available as part of the UC Research Profile.
- Algebraic Geometry
- Computational Algebra
- Method of equivalence
- Geometric Moments
- Symmetries of differential ...
Head of Department
- Preparation, translation and commentary of ancient ...
- Mathematical physiology
- Energy and transport
- Maximum ...
Deputy Head of School
- Global optimisation
- Applications of optimisation in ...
- Discrete and stochastic models
- Mathematical ...
- Initial boundary value problems for Einstein’s field ...
- Coding theory
- Graph theory
- Ecological statistics
- Environmental monitoring
- Experimental ...
- Analysis and Modelling of Ecological ...
- Hierarchical models
- Simultaneous inference
- Model selection
Head of the Statistics Consulting Unit
- Modelling of extreme ...
The Centre was established in 1996. Biomathematics is the application of mathematics, statistics and computer science to contemporary problems in biology.
Our mission is to develop methods and tools for transforming complex data into knowledge. “E tipu, e rea, mo ngā ra o tau ao – grow up and thrive for the days destined to you”