# Spiral Challenge — Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

- Jul
- 31

Megan Schmidt is obsessed with spirals. Her obsession got me hooked — for hours — on a math problem. I thought it would take maybe an hour or two, but I’m still at it and I’ve probably been working four or five hours. I’ve been having so much fun with it. Here’s the problem. Look […]

read more# Sara Zahedi won one of the 10 EMS prizes

- Jul
- 30

Sara Zahedi * 1981 in Teheran (Iran) Assistant Professor Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden EMS Prize 2016 „For her outstanding research regarding the development and analysis of numerical algorithms for partial differential equations with a focus on applications to problems with dynamically changing geometry.“ Research Interests Sara Zahedis research interests lie in the development […]

read more# Baum–Connes conjecture

- Jul
- 30

In mathematics, specifically in operator K-theory, the Baum–Connes conjecture suggests a link between the K-theory of the C*-algebra of a group and the K-homology of the corresponding classifying space of proper actions of that group. The conjecture sets up a correspondence between different areas of mathematics, with the K-homology being related to geometry, differential operator […]

read more# Mathematics in the Movies — Mathematics, Learning and Technology

- Jul
- 30

At the wonderful National Cinema Museum, Turin – holiday time this week! Thinking about Maths in the movies led me to this great collection of movie clips featuring Mathematics from Harvard University: http://www.math.harvard.edu/~knill/mathmovies/ via Mathematics in the Movies — Mathematics, Learning and Technology

read more# Feynman Diagrams – Visual Depictions of Physics — Delightful & Distinctive COLRS

- Jul
- 30

Source: Quanta Magazine, Jul 2016 Feynman diagrams look to be pictures of processes that happen in space and time, and in a sense they are, but they should not be interpreted too literally. What they show are not rigid geometric trajectories, but more flexible, “topological” constructions, reflecting quantum uncertainty. In other words, you can be […] […]

read more# A Comprehensive Course in Analysis by Barry Simon

- Jul
- 28

In the second half of 2015, the American Math Society will publish a five volume (total about 3200 pages) set of books that is a graduate analysis text with lots of additional bonus material. Included are hundreds of problems and copious notes which extend the text and provide historical background. Efforts have been made to […]

read more# Maryam Mirzakhani: the first woman and the first Iranian honored with the Fields Medal

- Jul
- 27

In 2014, Mirzakhani became both the first woman and the first Iranian honored with the Fields Medal, the most prestigious award in mathematics. The award committee cited her work in “the dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces.” Her research topics include Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, ergodic theory, and symplectic geometry. More Information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maryam_Mirzakhani

read more# Mathematics is In Everything — Delightful & Distinctive COLRS

- Jul
- 27

Source: Asian Scientist, Jan 2016 These days, Lamport wants to impart the following message to programmers: using mathematics allows you to approach coding in the way an architect would approach designing a building—both precisely and abstractly. “Science requires precise thinking, and mathematics is what has developed over a couple of millennia as our best way […] […]

read more# The Mathematics Of Dan’s Inferno — Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP

- Jul
- 27

A possible error with mathematical ramifications Non-technical fact-check source Dan Brown is the bestselling author of the novel The Da Vinci Code. His most recent bestseller, published in 2013, is Inferno. Like two of his earlier blockbusters it has been made into a movie. It stars Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones and is slated for […] […]

read more# Algebra 2 Teacher Blogs! — I Speak Math

- Jul
- 27

Check out these blogs from teachers who teach Algebra 2! If you teach Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Math 2, or Math 3, then please scroll down to add your blog to the list! These are the blogs of the teachers who signed up to connect already. You can fill out the form at the bottom. I […]

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