Wrocław School of Mathematics was established by world-renowned mathematicians coming from Lvov, Warsaw and Poznań. Among them, there were Hugo Steinhaus, Edward Marczewski, Bronisław Knaster, Władyslaw Ślebodziński. In Wrocław up until now not only pure mathematics is developed, but also applied mathematics, which has a great impact on computer science and calculus of probability, which the modern technics or business cannot do without.

A showcase of the Wrocław School of Mathematics includes magazines of internationalimportance: “Colloquium Mathematicum” and “Probability and Mathematical Statistics”, while its specificity involves diversity, as well as seeking relations between mathematics and other disciplines – physics, chemistry and medicine.