A picture of my third Saturday morning workshop for Mathematics and Applied Maths 1000W students, University of Cape Town (Kenneth Rafel)

Vacancies in the Department

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics invites applications for two positions: (1) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics and (2) "Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. The closing date for both is 31 January 2022....

The Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Department hosted their commencement celebration braai on the 08/02/2019 at the UCT Tennis Club, Upper Campus

Welcome to Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Department

Mathematics underlies the rise of science and technology, and is also a very interesting area of study in its own right. Its pursuit is the rigorous study of patterns: in geometry, in time and space, in nature, in physics, in biology, in industry...

Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Department held Honours Braai

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Cape Town (MAM, for short) is world-renowned for the strength of its research and teaching. MAM has more than thirty permanent academic members of staff, is home to a vibrant...

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics of the University of Cape Town is a large and dynamic department with research taking place in a wide range of directions: (non-associative) algebra, category theory, computational fluid dynamics, cosmology and gravitation, cryptography, dynamical systems, functional analysis, graph theory, group theory, mathematics education, partial differential equations, quantum gravity and string theory, (algebraic and categorical) topology.

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at UCT will host the 62nd Annual Congress of the South African Mathematical Society during the period 2-4 December 2019. For more information, for more information visit our website http://sams2019.uct.ac.za/

Off to Madrid! Congratulations to PhD students Sulona Kandhai and Miguel Alfonzo Méndez together with Masters students Mariam Campbell and Juhi Hurgobin who will spend the next 5 months at the Autonomous University of Madrid, funded by the Erasmus+ programme.