All posts tagged "slider"

  • TMAA
    Journal of Mathematics and the Arts: Calls for Papers and 10th Anniversary Collection

    Call for Papers – Special Issue on Education Journal of Mathematics and the Arts’ guest editors, Paul Gailiunas & Kristóf Fenyvesi are inviting your submission into a special issue on Education. The special issue is intended to...

    • Posted May 14, 2017
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  • miita
    Math Is In The Air April 2017 Column

    Hello again by Math Is In The Air. This is our review of posts written in April 2017. Before them, just a brief introduction for thos who don’t know us. Math Is In The Air (MIITA) is...

    • Posted May 6, 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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    Game Of Math: The MaxEnt Algorithm and Game of Thrones.

    Hello again everyone! For those who don’t know us, a very brief introduction on who we are and where we go! MathIsInTheAir is an italian blog of Applied Maths and surroundings and here are the links: english version and italian...

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • turing
    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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  • miita
    Math Is In The Air March 2017 Column

    Hello again by Math Is In The Air. This is our review of posts written in March 2017. Before them, just a brief introduction for thos who don’t know us. Math Is In The Air (MIITA) is...

    • Posted April 30, 2017
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    Some updates about Riemann hypothesis

    The following article is an updated version of a post previously published on DocMadhattan. The Rieman hypothesis was stated following the 1859 Riemann’s paper On the Number of Primes Less Than a Given Magnitude. This is the...

    • Posted April 30, 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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  • Who is this?  Find out in this article… ((Original image by Pete Souza, CC BY 3.0. Image fusion by Martin Benning, Michael Möller, Raz Z. Nossek, Martin Burger, Daniel Cremers, Guy Gilboa, and Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb.)
    Plus Magazine Monthly Column – March 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 onto the...

    • Posted March 30, 2017
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    Pi day 2017: fun and facts

    This article was partially published on DocMadhattan As you know, the $\pi$ is defined as the ratio of the circumference to its diameter. This number, which is transcendental, was, apparently, known since ancient times. There are, in...

    • Posted March 14, 2017
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