The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at UTS brings together a vibrant research and teaching culture with a diversity interests in areas such as Medicinal Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Forensics, Applied Physics, Nanotechnology, Biomedical Physics, Advanced Materials, Mathematics, Statistics and Modelling.
The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences is led by the Head of School, Professor Anthony Dooley and is supported by:
- Professor James Brown, Associate Head of School, Research
- Associate Professor Andrew McDonagh, Associate Head of School, Teaching and Learning
- Professor Bradley Williams, Associate Head of School, Strategic Development
A group of professional staff support the School executives and they are:
- Elizabeth Gurung Tamang, School Manager
- Sorabh Jain, Research Officer
- Rebecca Leung, Teaching and Learning Officer
- Klara Janicknova, School Administration Officer
- Lucia Kralova, ACEMS Project Administrator
- Morgan Philp, Teaching Assistant
The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences is located on Level 5 in Building 4 and Building 7.
Building 4 (CB04)
Corner of Thomas St and Harris St
(opposite ABC Ultimo Harris St and Ultimo TAFE in Thomas St)
Building 7 (CB07)
638 Jones Street, Broadway
PO Box 123
Broadway, NSW 2007
Advancing science to develop next-generation biomedical devices that meet the needs of patients and health care professionals is the bold vision of the new Institute for Biomedical Materials and Devices (IBMD) at the University of Technology Sydney.
Pioneering bio-photonics research from UTS Institute for Biomedical Materials and Devices means tools can be developed to study the cellular compartments responsible for how our bodies function and respond to treatments for disease and infection.
Imagine if the Great Barrier Reef could be populated with ‘super-corals’ that are resistant to climate change? Or if a simple do-it-yourself saliva test could tell you whether or not you have coeliac disease?
A one-day conference for UTS Faculty of Science’s Early Careers Researchers (ECRs) to showcase their research and encourage collaboration.