Unifying Worlds

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Grothendieck et la théorie de Galois

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Topos de Grothendieck

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Groupes de Galois, le cas abélien

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Jean-Pierre Serre, prix Abel et plus jeune médaillé Fields

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Maryam Mirzakhani wins 2014 Fields medal – first woman to do so

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Alexander Grothendieck: Allons-nous continuer la recherche scientifique? (CERN, 27/01/1972)

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Reorganizing and Future Plans — Life Through A Mathematician’s Eyes

I thought it is time for me to talk about a couple of organization things that are under development at the moment. This post will be mostly related to the Facebook pages I have at the moment and what will happen with the other social media platforms. Keep reading if you want to know more […] […]

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Quadratic Play — Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

CAVEAT: There isn’t any deep math in this post. There aren’t any lessons or lesson ideas. I was just playing with quadratics today and below includes some of my play. I’ve been struggling with coming up with a precalculus unit on polynomials that makes some sort of coherent sense. You see, what’s fascinating about precalculus […]

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Fields Medal winner Cédric Villani: ‘the human brain is not designed for maths’

The flamboyant mathematician, whose semi-autobiographical book is published this week, reveals his pet dinosaur, teaching methods and mysterious love of spiders Professor Cédric Villani, 41, is a French mathematician who focuses chiefly on the theory of partial differential equations and mathematical physics. After winning the Fermat and Henri Poincaré prizes in 2009, he was awarded […]

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