The special planar version of Divergence Theorem is actually equivalent to Green’s Theorem, even though on first sight they look quite different. via Two-dimensional Divergence Theorem is equivalent to Green’s Theorem — Singapore Maths Tuition

The special planar version of Divergence Theorem is actually equivalent to Green’s Theorem, even though on first sight they look quite different. via Two-dimensional Divergence Theorem is equivalent to Green’s Theorem — Singapore Maths Tuition

In Memoriam: Sir Christopher Zeeman Sir Christopher Zeeman, Founding Professor of Mathematics at the University of Warwick, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday 13 February at home in Woodstock, aged 91. The University offers its sincere condolences to Lady Rosemary Zeeman, and his six children. Founder of Mathematics at Warwick In 1965, Sir • Read More »

The Women in Math club has meetings every other week to provide networking opportunities between female math majors and to support women in completing the math major and going on to use that degree in graduate school or industry. Everyone who supports the idea of women being more involved in mathematics is invited to attend. • Read More »

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Sir Christopher Zeeman, FRS, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday 13th February 2016 at home in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, aged 91. Sir Christopher was the Founding Professor of Mathematics at the University of Warwick. He later served as President of the London Mathematical Society (LMS) from 1986 to 1988 and as Principal of Hertford College, Oxford. He is survived • Read More »

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has awarded the 2016 Abel Prize to Professor Sir Andrew Wiles, University of Oxford, ‘for his stunning proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem by way of the modularity conjecture for semi-stable elliptic curves, opening a new era in number theory’.Wiles will receive his award from His Royal Highness Crown • Read More »

The recent LMS Women in Mathematics Day at Microsoft Research in Cambridge was covered by Cambridge TV. The event was aimed at women in mathematics, in particular at postgraduates, final year undergraduates and those at an early stage in their career, to meet together for a day of talks and discussion groups. The talks were given • Read More »

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The annual Iranian Algebra Seminar will be held at Hakim Sabzevari University on Jul. 19-20,2016. This is the 25th of a series of seminars organized regularly every year by the collaboration of Iranian Mathematical society. The seminar committee cordially invites researchers in the various areas of algebra to take part in this seminar. The registration • Read More »

It’s common for some high school kids to need the help of a math tutor. For others, numbers come naturally. And then there’s Tamar Barabi. The Israeli teenager just invented a new geometric theorem. Like most discoveries, the eureka moment happened by accident. Tamar turned in her math homework and the teacher said the theory • Read More »

Ten days ago, Maryna Viazovska showed how to pack spheres in 8 dimensions as tightly as possible. In this arrangement the spheres occupy about 25.367% of the space. That looks like a strange number – but it’s actually a wonderful number, as shown here. People had guessed the answer to this problem for a long • Read More »