NAG was founded on collaboration as an inter-University venture combining the talents of a number of esteemed mathematicians and computer scientists. NAG has continued to collaborate with individuals and organizations over the past four decades and today longstanding and new partners are delivering tangible benefits to users and students all over the world. Learn more about NAG’s collaborations.
Every single release of the NAG Library has included numerical code contributed by professionals working in industry and academia.
Our University collaboration continues today as we work with expert individuals and organisations from learning institutions all over the world.
NAG actively encourages students all over the world in many ways including sponsoring PhD candidates, and offering Student Placements, Internships and Work Experience positions.
Enhance software applications and speed up development time with tried and tested NAG algorithms and expertise.
NAG is instrumental on many standardisation committees such as Fortran, OpenMP and MathML. Learn more about NAG's activities in this area.
Organizations from a diverse set of industries and academic areas rely on NAG to power their numerical capabilities. See how they benefit from NAG's software and services.
The Wilkinson Prize was established to honour the outstanding contributions of the eminent mathematician Dr James Hardy Wilkinson to the field of numerical software.