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Monthly Archives: September 2013
The Heidelberg Laureate Forum
The firstever Heidelberg Laureate Forum is taking place this week. It’s modeled after the decadesold Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, which bring together Nobel Laureates and young researchers for a conference on a particular topic. Mathematics and computer science are not … Continue reading
Mathematicians Talk (Really, they do)
We all know the joke: “What is the difference between an extroverted mathematician and an introverted one? The extroverted one looks at your shoes, rather than at his own shoes.” Well, the interviews on Math Tango go a long ways … Continue reading
Complex Projective 4Space
Complex Projective 4Space recently celebrated its first birthday, and I was surprised to learn it was that young. I’ve been reading since January or so, and I guess I just assumed it had been around longer. It’s written by Adam … Continue reading
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