Radcliffe Observatory Quarter - Mathematical Institute
The Mathematicians of the Future
The new Mathematical Institute, the Andrew Wiles building, is a stunning new addition to the Oxford skyline. It houses students, researchers and collaborators from across the world, teams that work on the most challenging pure and applied mathematical problems. Mathematics in the twenty-first century is critical to science and industry, covering areas as diverse as climate change and the functioning of the brain. Its importance will only grow as the need to model and understand complex data and behaviours grows. Our priority is to make sure that in a competitive environment we continue to attract the best researchers of the future, making sure that Oxford remains a prime destination for all current and aspiring mathematicians.