The department is one of the leading mathematical departments in Scandinavia. We conduct successful research in both pure and applied mathematics. Our teaching is extensive and is an important part of most programs at KTH.
Brummer & Partners allocate SEK 15.5 million over five years for a new professorship in mathematics with a focus on the analysis of complex data.
Jonathan Lenells and David Rydh, both associate professors of mathematics at KTH, are awarded this year's Wallenberg prize of SEK 300 000.
Take part of the mathematical offerings in the Stockholm region.
If you are in high school, you can follow our math circle about fractals!