Research
The Department of Mathematical Sciences covers research in a wide range of areas of both pure and applied mathematics including algebra, number theory, analysis, geometry, topology, operator algebra, noncommutative geometry, probability theory, statistics, econometrics, and actuarial mathematics.
The department hosts a number of research seminars as well as regular conferences and other events.
Sections

Insurance and Economics

Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics

Statistics and Probability Theory

Topology, Functional Analysis and Algebra
The article series "My research": In 2015 we launched a relay race between the department's researchers. The goal is to present a series of small articles in the monthly MATH Staff Newsletter describing research across the department. The intended reader is the researcher's colleagues, but you are welcome to read
Centres and networks
 SYM  Centre for Symmetry and Deformation
 QMATH  Villum Centre for the Mathematics of Quantum Theory
 CMU  Centre for Computional Mathematics Teaching
 DATASCIENCELAB  Data Science Laboratory
Closed projects and centres
 The Niels Bohr Professorship (20132018) by Professor Lars Hesselholt: a new research front in Danish mathematics on the arithmetic area.
 Dynamical Systems Interdisciplinary Network, 20142017
 Statistical Methods for Complex and High Dimensional Models, 20082013