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Mathematics
PhD candidates carry out a programme of independent research, leading to a PhD thesis in typically 4 years.

Mathematics (MSc)
The master’s programme Mathematics at Leiden University focuses on analysis, probability and statistics, number theory and (arithmetic) geometry. It offers five specialisations ranging from Applied Mathematics to Mathematics and Business Studies.

Mathematics (BSc)
As a Mathematics student, you will learn to solve complex problems in creative ways using logical thinking and mathematical structures. A Mathematics degree will open many doors for you in society.

Mathematical Institute
The Mathematical Institute is responsible for the research and education in mathematics and statistics at Leiden University.

Mathematical Institute
Mathematics forms the basis of many innovations in technology, the service industry and science, such as data analysis and coding, artificial intelligence, weather or climate change modelling or understanding molecular processes. The researchers from the Mathematical Institute (MI) are constantly developing…

Mathematics and Education (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Mathematics and Education at Leiden University prepares students to teach the subject of mathematics to secondary school students. The programme comprises a oneyear mathematics component, followed by an education component in the second year.

Applied Mathematics (MSc)
The master's specialisation Applied Mathematics at Leiden University focuses on both computational and fundamental aspects of analysis and probability. It’s also an ideal basis for a PhD degree. Applied Mathematics is an excellent choice if you have the aspiration to pursue a PhD degree

PhD candidates in Mathematics
Science, Mathematical Institute (MI)
 Teaching Mathematics (MSc)

Mathematical modelling of advanced herbal extraction
Can the (industrial) herbal extraction process be mathematically described and can this model be used to optimize the extraction in terms of quality and economical parameters?

Mathematics and Business Studies (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Mathematics and Science Based Business at Leiden University bridges science and business development by focusing on areas such as technology management, innovation, entrepeneurship, operations, and decision making.

Mathematics cluster STAR tenure track
Perform cuttingedge research in the area of the STAR mathematics cluster.

PhD candidates in Mathematical Statistics
Science, Mathematical Institute (MI)

Mathematics and Science Communication and Society (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Mathematics and Science Communication and Society at Leiden University bridges the gap between experts and the public by combining high quality research in mathematics with extensive training in science communication.

Theoryenriched practical knowledge in mathematics teacher education
This study looks at the question of how and at what level students in primary teacher education can integrate theory and practice, and how the organisation of their learning environment, focusing especially on mathematics and pedagogy, can contribute to that.

Mathematical modelling of adverse outcome pathways
In this project, we aim to develop mathematical models to mechanistically and quantitatively predict the dynamics of cellular stress pathway activation and its relation with toxic effects when cells are exposed to various toxicants.

Mathematical analysis of systems pharmacology models
Systems pharmacology aims to apply techniques from systems biology to pharmacological models.

Topics in mathematical and applied statistics
Promotor: A.W. van der Vaart

Mathematicsbased strategies for repairing tumour blood vessels
How does the extracellular matrix coordinate endothelial cell behavior during angiogenesis, and how do metabolic wasteproducts and matrixdegrading enzymes produced by the tumour modify the extracellular matrix so as the change the cellular coordination?

PhD candidates on the Mathematical Modeling of Cardiovascular Development
Science, Mathematical Institute (MI)

Bayesian Statistics in Infinite Dimensions: Targeting Priors by Mathematical Analysis
Novel methods for understanding key aspects that are essential to the future of Bayesian inference for high or infinitedimensional models and data.

PHD candidate, Mathematical modeling for prediction of liver toxicity
Science, Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR)

reform: an empirical research about the implementation of national mathematics curriculum reform in China
This is a research project on the implementation of national mathematics curriculum reform in Chinese junior high school. The research is expected to provide insight into the ways and reasons of mathematics teachers in Chinese junior high school for implementing national curriculum reform.

Postdoc in the field of mathematical biophysics (polymer topology)
Science, Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR)

Multiscale mathematical biology of cellextracellular matrix interactions during morphogenesis
During embryonic growth, cells proliferate, differentiate, and collectively migrate to form different tissues at the right position and time in the body.

Prediction of spatialtemporal brain drug distribution with a novel mathematical model
A novel mathematical model describes spatialtemporal drug distribution within one or more brain units, which are cubic representations of a piece of brain tissue with brain capillaries at the edges.

Serge Fehr
Science

Hans Metz
Science

Suzanne Sniekers
Science

Hans Finkelnberg
Science

Herman Blok
Science

Lodewijk Kallenberg
Science

Martin Göll
Science

Harald van Mil
Science

RobertJan Kooman
Science

Boethius and the Importance of Basic Logic and Mathematics for Philosophy
In this dissertation, Boethius’ mathematics and logic and their roles in philosophy are reassessed, and on the basis of these, the connections between mathematics and logic in Boethius and their applications to theological or philosophical topics are explored.

Mathematical modeling of cellular stress pathways for mechanistic understanding of chemicalinduced liver injury
Cellular stress response pathways are activated upon exposure to chemicals and help organisms deal with various molecular dangers (e.g. oxidative stress). When these pathways become hyperactivated an adverse response takes place and cells die, which may lead to organismlevel toxicity such as druginduced…

Improving the Minor in Teaching to increase the number of Mathematics and Science students enrolled in teacher education
The Minor in Teaching was introduced in 2009 as a new initiative to introduce and prepare bachelor students for teaching. Student numbers are low, however, especially of mathematics and science students.

Marian Hickendorff
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen

Mathematics as weapon against desertification
PhD student Robbin Bastiaansen applies mathematics to get insight in practical problems. By comparing mathematical models with developments in existing ecosystems, he hopes to demystify the process of desertification. His research has been published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…

Continuation Dutch mathematics clusters
Starting from September, the four Dutch mathematics clusters DIAMANT, NDNS, GQT and STAR will each be given 1 ME from NWO Exact Sciences, to be spent within a period of two years.

Mathematics, medicine and teaching
Mathematician Stéphanie van der Pas, winner of the C.J. Kok Jury Award for her PhD thesis in 2017, divides her time between research and education, and between pure mathematics and practical application.

Terry Mostert
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen

In search of the atoms of mathematics
Combining geometry and number theory. That is what Dr Jan Vonk of the Institute of Mathematics receives a Vidi grant for today. ‘By fusing these two disciplines we may be able to solve a centuryold mathematical problem.’

Record number of students in mathematics this year
The number of mathematics students in higher education is increasing spectacularly. This year, the influx of new students rises to more than 1000 on a national scale. This is a fivefold increase compared to the number of students that registered for an education in Mathematics in 2002.

Deltaplan for Dutch Mathematics presented
A week before Christmas, the Deltaplan for Dutch Mathematics was presented to Hans de Groene (director NWO) and Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel (chairman Platform Wiskunde Nederland). Prof. dr. Frank den Hollander was one of the leading researchers in mathematics taking part in the Commission Deltaplan Mathema…

Bachelor programme Mathematics labelled "topopleiding"
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Indefinite integration through recognition based heuristic search
Towards a framework that integrates contentbased and processbased accounts of mathematical thinking

Mathematical Institute cooperates with UWV
Marta Fiocco, associate professor at the Mathematical Institute of Leiden University, has signed an agreement with the UWV (the administrative authority that implements employee insurances and provides labour market and data services) to work with their data in the research project

How quantum mechanics threatens our digital lives – and makes them safer
Much of the work of Serge Fehr, Professor of Quantum Information Theory, is abstract and theoretical and comprehensible to very few people. But his work helps make the digital world safer so that in future our internet banking will still be problem free, for instance. He will explain more in his inaugural…