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A week at the Clay Math Institute

Last week, I attended Sage Days 53: Computational Number Theory, Geometry, and Physics, at the Clay Mathematics Institute in Oxford. Like most workshops, for which I have already professed my love, it was an extremely productive and positive experience. I … Continue reading

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Conference madness, part II: Sage Days 50 – Women in Sage

Almost immediately after the Journees Arithmetiques, I went to Seattle for Sage Days 50 – Women in Sage. The workshop ran from July 10-15, but I had to leave early on the 14th (more on that later). Last year I … Continue reading

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The Workshop Experience

Conferences in mathematics come in many forms: from huge events like the the Joint Mathematics Meetings, to smaller gatherings focusing on a more specific area (for example, complex and p-adic dynamics). The traditional conference will have many talks, some keynote … Continue reading

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