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Department of Mathematics
Columbia House
London School of Economics
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE, UK


Tel: +44(0)207 955 7732/7925
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Research in the Department of Mathematics

The Mathematics Department is well known for its research excellence within its areas of specialization, which lie in the applications of Mathematics to the Social Sciences and in Discrete Mathematics.

The Department has 21 research staff working in three broad disciplines: Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms|, Financial Mathematics| and Control Theory| and Game Theory|. Research is carried out over a wide range of specific areas, which reflect the diverse interests of our staff. A complete list of all our researchers and their research interests can be found on the relevant web page for their discipline.

The Department of Mathematics was submitted jointly to REF 2014| with LSE's Department of Statistics|: 84% of the research outputs of the two departments were classed as either "world-leading" or "internationally excellent" in terms of originality, significance and rigour. The most recent work produced by members of the Department can be found on our Publications page|

The Department is home to the discontinued CDAM Research Report Series, which began life as the Mathematics Preprint Series in 1991. In 2009 the decision was taken to bring the series to an end, with more than 370 titles having been produced over the years. A list of published titles| and information on how to obtain a CDAM Research Report is still available on the web.

The Department hosts a number of research seminars during term time. These include:

Details of all our seminars can be found on our Research Seminars web page|.

To learn more about the Department's work in its three main disciplines, please click on the following links:

Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms|

Financial Mathematics and Control Theory|

Game Theory|