The Centre for Discrete Mathematics was inaugurated in 2011 to encourage both current and new mathematical and interdisciplinary approaches to the field, within Queen Mary and in collaboration with other centres of excellence worldwide.
In broad terms, Discrete Mathematics studies finite structures, such as networks, which are both fundamental mathematical objects and ubiquitous in everyday life. It is an area of strength across departments in the college, particularly in Pure and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, and also including researchers in the School of Business and Management and the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
On this website we will provide news, information, learning material, podcasts, and other resources for discrete mathematics.
We run an occasional multidisciplinary seminar on discrete mathematics. A list of the seminars is available here.
Please check the menu items for news, information about the people in the Centre, material such as lecture notes and podcasts, our visitor programme, etc.