The Mathematics Department
at Radboud University is part of the Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics, and Particle Physics
(IMAPP) in the Faculty of Science. The department represents a broad range of areas, including pure and applied analysis, algebraic geometry and topology, number theory, functional analysis, mathematical physics, non-commutative geometry, special functions, and stochastics. Locally, the department has strong ties with theoretical physics, astrophysics, theoretical computer science, and history and philosophy of physics. Nationally the department is active in all four NWO mathematical research clusters (DIAMANT, GQT, NDNS+, and STAR). The Mathematical Physics group is also represented in Route 2 of the National Science Agenda (NWA), which has a strong focus on gravity and includes mathematical aspects. IMAPP aims at increasing its diversity - including its gender balance - in various ways.
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