Research within the Faculty of Mathematics is overseen by the two departments, DPMMS and DAMTP. In addition, there are a number of other research centres and institutes in the University which carry out research in mathematics and related areas. In both cases, please see the web-pages linked below for more information.

For details of provision for *research degrees* offered by the Faculty of Mathematics, please see the Ph.D. Degree pages and the Cambridge Centre for Analysis (CCA)

## Research in the Faculty of Mathematics

- Research in Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics
- Including: fluid and solid mechanics, waves, nonlinear dynamics, numerical analysis, mathematical and computational biology, high energy physics, quantum information, relativity, and cosmology.
- Research in Pure Maths and Mathematical Statistics
- Including: algebra, analysis, category theory and logic, combinatorics, geometry and topology, number theory, operation research and financial mathematics, probability, and statistics.

## Other Research Centres and Institutes

All, or a major part, of the following interdisciplinary centres are based in or have a significant component in The Faculty of Mathematics.