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*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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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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