We've now completed our new Mathematical Science Building, a project which won £2 million in funding from the Wolfson Foundation. This facility will support our Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences departments in their work - work that can have a profound impact on our society, our communities and our cities.
These three departments have all developed their own reputations for excellence, have contributed to Warwick’s past success and are an integral part of Warwick’s future. Through this development, we want to support their continued growth and collaboration.
At 6 stories high, this building will provide the spaces the mathematical sciences departments need for their research, teaching, collaboration and day-to-day work for years to come. As well as offering an enhanced student experience and a boost to the already excellent international standing of these departments, it will house staff who work on interdisciplinary initiatives like the Alan Turing Institute. Warwick is a founding member of the Turing - the national institute for data science.
- Supports the future of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science at Warwick
- Spaces for interdisciplinary collaboration
- 6 storeys high
- Won £2 million in funding from the Wolfson Foundation