## Congratulations to the 27th IMC 2020 winners!

A team of students from the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) has achieved an outstanding result in the…… read more

A team of students from the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) has achieved an outstanding result in the…… read more

The School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) organized the 2nd annual Odyssey Research Symposium on Friday, 7 August 2020. Read more

Mathematical models of epidemics are crucial tools for preventing and controlling outbreaks of infectious diseases, such as the novel coronavirus currently ravaging the world. In such models, it is important to be able to describe the effects of ‘super spreaders’, infected individuals who go on to infect unusually many other people. Read more

Congratulations to Asst Prof Tong Ping, who has been awarded an MOE Tier 2 grant! Asst Prof Ping is jointly employed by ASE and SPMS, and his research spans several disciplines, as he uses skills from math and computing to solve problems in geophysics and earth science. Read more

Kon Wen Yu, an alumnus of the Physics and Applied Physics programme in NTU School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences clinched the Global Winner award in the “Mathematics and Physics” category of the Global Undergraduate Awards 2019. Read more

And the winners from College of Science are…

Global Winner – Mathematics & Physics

Kon Wen Yu, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences…

From 28 July to 3 August 2019, a team of four NTU students participated in the International Mathematics Competition (IMC) for University Students, led by Team Leader Dr Fedor Duzhin. Congratulations to the winners! Read more