Category Archives: ICERM


*What do you with six mathematicians, spread across the world, who all want to solve the same problem but have never all been in the same room?  If that problem involves computational or experimental mathematics, one great answer is Collaborate@ICERM. … Continue reading

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Conference madness, part III: IdeaLab 2013

After Sage Days (technically, though, I left a day early), I headed to Providence for the IdeaLab 2013 workshop. This was the first workshop of its kind at ICERM. Modeled after a similar program in France, the IdeaLab invited about 20 … Continue reading

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My Winter Mathcation

For two weeks in February, I took off from Bates and hung out at ICERM (the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics, at Brown University). This semester’s program is in Complex and Arithmetic Dynamics, an area I have … Continue reading

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