All posts by Roberto Natalini

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    Bringing a new light on old problems – Interview with Laure Saint-Raymond

    Laure Saint-Raymond is a French mathematician working in partial differential equations, fluid mechanics, and statistical mechanics. She is a professor at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon. In 2008 she was awarded the EMS prize and in 2013,...

    • Posted October 15, 2017
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    World Meeting for Women in Mathematics, July 31st, 2018 in Rio de Janeiro

    The World Meeting for Women in Mathematics (WM^2) will take place on July 31st, 2018 in Rio just before ICM18 : https://www.worldwomeninmaths.org/ Those who wish to attend  (WM)^2+ICM should look to the Open Arms  program : http://www.icm2018.org/portal/en/open-arms-grants

    • Posted October 7, 2017
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    The July edition of the Newsletter of the European Women in Mathematics is online!

    European Women in Mathematics is an international association of women working in the field of mathematics in Europe. Here we propose the presentation by Anna Maria Cherubini of the new issue of its newsletter. Newsletter no. 28...

    • Posted July 6, 2017
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    The European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad 2018 will hold in Florence

    The European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) is an international mathematics competition similar in style to the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), with two tests taken on consecutive days. Participating countries from Europe, as well as guest countries from...

    • Posted May 27, 2017
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    Brief Interviews with Young Mathematicians: Simone Göttlich

    The ICIAM Newsletter DIANOIA is publishing a series of interviews with young applied mathematicians. Here Roberto Natalini interviews Simone Göttlich, Full Professor for Scientific Computing at University of Mannheim in Germany. By Roberto Natalini Q: How did you decide to...

    • Posted May 5, 2017
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    The Turing Guide (review)

    Oxford University Press just published “The Turing Guide“, a more than 500 pages book from some of the best international experts of Alan Turing, as Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen, Mark Sprevak, and Robin Wilson. The book is...

    • Posted May 1, 2017
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  • Anne-Christine Davis, Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge. Photo: Henry Kenyon
    Plus Magazine Monthly Column – April 2017 – Women of Mathematics and other things

    Plus http://plus.maths.org is a free online magazine about mathematics aimed at a general audience. It is part of the Millennium Mathematics Project, based at the University of Cambridge and our aim is to open a door onto...

    • Posted April 28, 2017
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    To err is human

    The Italiana journal XlaTangente starts its collaboration with our site. This journal was first published in 2007 thanks to the efforts of a group of academics and to the contribution of the Research Center “matematita”. XlaTangente was...

    • Posted March 5, 2017
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    A New Mathematical Stamps Website!

    The Sociedade Portuguesa de Matemática and the British Society for the History of Mathematics have produced a Mathematical Stamps website, www.mathematicalstamps.eu, for use by teachers and others. Featuring over 450 postage stamps depicting mathematics and mathematicians from around...

    • Posted February 28, 2017
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    Plus Magazine Monthly Column – January 2017

    Plus http://plus.maths.org is a free online magazine about mathematics aimed at a general audience. It is part of the Millennium Mathematics Project, based at the University of Cambridge and our aim is to open a door on the...

    • Posted February 27, 2017
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