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Monthly Archives: April 2015
Caring For The Community
As academic mathematicians, we spend a great deal of our days performing deeds of service to the mathematical community. Editing papers, organizing workshops, contributing to opensource software initiatives. One could even argue that it is out of sheer benevolence to … Continue reading
How to Celebrate Math Poetry Month
April is the intersection of Math Awareness Month and National Poetry Month, so obviously we are all celebrating Math Poetry Month. Some of my favorite posts on Roots of Unity have been about poetry. This year, I posted “In Praise of Fractals” … Continue reading
Online Toolbox For Number Theorists
Sometimes I wonder: how did people do research before the internet? Not only do electronic communication and dropbox folders make longdistance collaborations a piece of cake, there are also just so many useful things on the internet. When I stand … Continue reading
John Urschel: Athlete, Mathlete
A few weeks ago, my social media world got pretty excited that Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel and his collaborators recently published a paper in the Journal of Computational Mathematics: “A Cascadic Multigrid Algorithm for Computing the Fiedler Vector of Graph Laplacians.” (That … Continue reading
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Tagged John Urschel, linear algebra, sports
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