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Heads of Departments of Mathematical Sciences
Abbreviation HoDoMS
Purpose Issues of relevance to the Heads of Departments of Mathematical Sciences
Region served
Heads of UK university mathematics departments
Affiliations ACME
Website HoDoMS

HoDoMS (Heads of Departments of Mathematical Sciences) is a body that represents United Kingdom departments of Mathematics and Statistics in higher education by co-ordinating senior members of these departments.


The Committee of HoDoMS meets 3 times a year, in September, in January and at the Annual Conference in April.


In recent years it has been concerned with issues such as the Research Excellence Framework assessment in 2014; the impact of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council policies including full economic costing and Open Source publishing; the interface between Government and Mathematical Sciences in Higher Education; the policy of the Ofqual (previously Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency); the future of the MMath; support for new lecturers provided the

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