The University of Aberdeen is a public research-focused university in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is an ancient university founded in 1495 and Scotland’s third-oldest university. Today, the University of Aberdeen is consistently ranked among the top 150 universities in the world and is one of two universities in Aberdeen (the other is The Robert Gordon University).
The university’s iconic buildings act as symbols of the City of Aberdeen, particularly Marischal College in the city centre and the spire of King’s College in Old Aberdeen. There are two campuses; the main King’s College campus is at Old Aberdeen approximately two miles north of the city centre, around the original site of King’s College, although most campus buildings were constructed in the 20th century during a period of expansion. The university’s Foresterhill campus is located next to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and houses the School of Medicine and Dentistry and School of Medical Sciences.
The University has approximately 13,500 students from undergraduate to doctoral level, including many international students. Five Nobel Prize winners are also associated with the University.
Groups, Subgroups and BoundednessUniversity of Aberdeen Department of MathematicsAberdeen, Scotland
Discovering the Fundaments About Why Neural Networks Are so SmartUniversity of Aberdeen Department of PhysicsAberdeen, Scotland
Algebraic Methods in Musical CompositionUniversity of Aberdeen Department of MathematicsAberdeen, Scotland
Effect of secondary currents and very large scale motions on water surface dynamics in open-channel flowsUniversity of Aberdeen School of EngineeringAberdeen, Scotland
Effect of secondary currents and very large scale motions on mixing in open-channel flowsUniversity of Aberdeen School of EngineeringAberdeen, Scotland