The Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS) is an interdisciplinary centre that promotes fundamental research in mathematics and applies mathematical methods to solve problems in computational sciences, physical sciences, biological sciences, engineering and finance, leading to deeper understanding of mathematical theory and improved application of mathematics in the said areas.


Upcoming events organized  / co-organized by the Centre for Mathematical Sciences are displayed below:


            To know more about ICMSA 2020, please visit conference website 

            Please click for registration

Coming Soon...


Our goals as a Center for Mathematical Sciences are as follows:

  • To bring together mathematicians and researchers from Theoretical Mathematics, Computational Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Engineering and Finance backgrounds to tackle fundamental problems requiring significant mathematical input.
  • To train outstanding young Mathematicians to carry out research in their chosen field of mathematics and/or in interdisciplinary fields of research.
  • To provide a platform for the young and/or experienced researchers to interact on issues/research related to emerging areas of Mathematics and their applications in other disciplines.
  • To act as a resource centre for the Malaysian mathematics research and/or mathematics education communities.
  • To provide consultancy in areas of mathematical modelling, scientific visualization, survey research and mathematics education.

  Image result for utar building image sg long  


  1. To produce at least one new multi-discipline research project every year.
  2. To enroll at least two new postgraduate students every year.
  3. To encourage and improve collegiality and communication among centre members, as well as with relevant people from other institutions, through the organization of activities such as seminars, workshops, conferences, etc. on a regular basis.
  4. To provide resources for the local mathematics research and mathematics education communities through the sharing or research data, and the hosting of seminars, workshops, etc.
  5. To actively offer mathematical consultancy to the industry.
  6. To play an active role in improving mathematics education at secondary level through onsite talks and workshops, and writing articles for the media.