The London Institute’s four research themes range from fundamental questions to the future of tech. They all have one thing in common: they use mathematics to understand the world and improve it. Each theme holds a basket of projects—focused research efforts on core questions.

The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe
The elegant universe

The elegant universe

Tackling big questions about the fundamental forces and symmetry, causality and information, and the mathematics that binds them together.

Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology
Tomorrow’s technology

Tomorrow’s technology

Establishing the theories behind the technologies of the future, across condensed matter, predictive medicine, security and novel computing.

Life, learning and emergence

Developing the mathematical foundations for life and artificial life, machine intelligence and systems for automated inference and discovery.

Theory of human enterprise

Devising mathematical models of human enterprise, so that we can predict and enhance markets, technological change and agile organisations.