Success Stories

What does it mean to be a successful mathematician? What is involved in a successful mathematical career? The LMS Success Stories project celebrates the diversity of successful careers and mathematicians. We are always interested in new profiles! If you have an idea, or would like to submit your own profile, please email Success.Stories@lms.ac.uk.

My Mathematics Success Story is: • Winning the Jack Petchey award for research into the Riemann...
My name is Eslene Makoundou and I’m a first year PhD student at the University of Portsmouth. I...
Professor Gerardo Adesso is a Theoretical Physicist who works in areas relating to Quantum...
From as far back as I can remember I have always loved maths. There is something beautiful and...
I loved mathematics from an early age, relishing the academic challenge and being absorbed by its...
Originally from south-west of China, my favourite activities were swimming in the Aha Lake and...
I am a PhD maths graduate, researching on stochastic modelling of atmospheric dispersion. During my...
I studied Operational Research at Lancaster University. The course was highly mathematics-based...
Jasmina is an Education Technical Specialist at MathWorks. She works on MathWorks collaborations...
I think what I consider my most rewarding experience as a mathematician is the possibility of...
My route into mathematics is unusual. I left school at 16 to take an Engineering Apprenticeship. I...
Following my PhD in Pure Mathematics at Southampton, I realised that whilst a career in research...
What does my mathematical life look like now? On a typical day, my first check on email might throw...
Science writing suits me well. It combines a lot of my interests and skills. I’ve always loved to...
I had an amazing time doing mathematics at the University of Bath. We were allocated professional...
I have two: The first is just a personal pride story. But, on holiday a few years ago, my family...