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No Math in Public

22 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 3 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

“As mathematicians, we know one of our first rules is no math in public. We want people to think we know how to do it without having to show them we can do it.” — Partial differential equations professor Reference: http://mathprofessorquotes.com

The Birth Of Calculus (1986)

21 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Calculus is almost the most known branch of mathematics in which over the university students in each discipline from economy to physics would face with it during their study at university. here you will watch a documentary  about its roots and the time it was born. It is an excellent scientific video, although it is • Read More »

Titans of Mathematics Clash Over Epic Proof of ABC Conjecture

21 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

From: http://matthewmadduxeducation.com Titans of Mathematics Clash Over Epic Proof of ABC Conjecture Erica Klarreich: In a report posted online today, Peter Scholze of the University of Bonn and Jakob Stix of Goethe University Frankfurt describe what Stix calls a “serious, unfixable gap” within a mammoth series of papers by Shinichi Mochizuki, a mathematician at Kyoto University who is renowned for his brilliance. Posted online in 2012, Mochizuki’s • Read More »

Linear Spaces and Grassmannians

20 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Linear Spaces and Grassmannians | Filed in: Journal.

The fourth video in the Non-linear algebra series is now online! In this lecture, Mateusz Michałek discusses two fundamental examples of algebraic varieties: linear spaces and Grassmannians. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wUWF50ChU

Addicted to Reading Papers

15 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Some English daily newspapers publish in Iran, among them Tehran Times and Financial Tribune are the best sellers. The only one that is available in my area of life is Tehran Times. In addition to all the websites that I review every day, I also try to buy a paper version of Tehran Times. Photo • Read More »

Celebrate the mathematics of Emmy Noether

14 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 3 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

From nature.com |  12 SEPTEMBER 2018 |  An algebra pioneer who faced discrimination deserves wider recognition on the centenary of her namesake theorem. Emmy Noether was a force in mathematics — and knew it. She was fully confident in her capabilities and ideas. Yet a century on, those ideas, and their contribution to science, often go • Read More »

5 Tips for Improving Students’ Success in Math

13 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

From edutopia.com Teachers who coach teams in a mathematical modeling challenge share ideas for helping students develop more confidence. |By Rachel Levy | July 6, 2018 | What does it take to improve student success and interest in math? The Philadelphia-based Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) asked more than 400 U.S. high school math teachers for • Read More »

The world’s 50 most powerful blogs

13 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

FROM THE GUARDIAN |9 March 2008| From Prince Harry in Afghanistan to Tom Cruise ranting about Scientology and footage from the Burmese uprising, blogging has never been bigger. It can help elect presidents and take down attorney generals while simultaneously celebrating the minutiae of our everyday obsessions. Here are the 50 best reasons to log • Read More »

Who Was The World’s First Blogger?

13 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

• Sei Shōnagon, b. 966: “Her writings were eventually collected and published in The Pillow Book (public library) in 1002. An archive of pictures and illustrations, records of interesting events in court, and daily personal thoughts, many in list-form, this was arguably the world’s first ‘blog’ by conceptual format and Shōnagon the world’s first blogger.” • Read More »

Register For The Student Blogging Challenge 2018

13 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Register For The Student Blogging Challenge 2018 | Filed in: Journal.

Kathleen Morris at https://www.theedublogger.com announced that Registrations for the 21st Student Blogging Challenge beings on October 7, 2018 are now open! It is a very good movement because it will make a connection between students and educators around the world, and it make the students learn how to make a weblog and use it as • Read More »

La Brindille (2011)

11 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

“La brindille” is the story of a young girl who has been pregnant and she does not want to have a child at this period of her life. Watching the movie you will see all problems those a young girl will face with them when she has to provide all his life all by herself. • Read More »

Maths Education, and Saudi Arabia

10 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Jo Boaler, Michaela Epstein and Michelle Fry on Maths Education, and Saudi Arabia’s bold new education reforms Episode Notes In this month’s Talking Teaching, Sophie Murphy interviews Stanford University’s Jo Boaler who argues that the latest neuroscience explains what she has always argued – that anyone can do maths. Kerry Elliott talks to Michaela Epstein • Read More »

Hungarian university suspends education programmes for refugees and asylum seekers

10 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Two weeks ago the Central European University (CEU) announced it was being forced to suspend its education programmes for refugees and asylum seekers because of new tax legislation that came into effect on August 24. The law implies a 25% levy on “all programmes, actions and activities which directly or indirectly aim to promote immigration” including • Read More »

Les Origines de la vie

8 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Les Origines de la vie | Filed in: Journal.

Comment définir le vivant ? Comment la vie est-elle apparue sur Terre ? Y a-t-il d’autres formes de vie dans l’Univers ? Découvrez où en est la recherche sur toutes ces questions dans ce nouveau dossier multimédia de la collection Sagascience du CNRS : Les origines de la vie 

Sugar Babies : “Un échange jeunesse, corps, sexe et argent”, résume un daddy

7 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Sugar Babies : “Un échange jeunesse, corps, sexe et argent”, résume un daddy | Filed in: Journal.

Quelle est votre idée sur cette article : Dans une enquête, M6 met en lumière ce phénomène de prostitution étudiante à travers le témoignage d’une jeune fille et celui d’un “Daddy”. La France compterait 40.000 Sugar Babies, dont plus de 7.000 seraient étudiantes.

Your silence will not protect you, to post, or not to post?

7 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

This Longreads blog from WordPress team is a unique inspiration online source for reading unforgettable original live texts. Its long readings remind me the world before internet in which we read every thing in newspapers, weekly and monthly magazines, then there were some bulletins and spacial magazines those were publishes 3-4 times a year. We • Read More »

Useful Books for Geometry and Topology

5 Sep 2018 | By Diranlou | 2 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

At below I have listed some Useful Books for Geometry and Topology. I hope this list will help you. Boothby, W. M. An Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds and Riemannian Geometry. Conlon, L. Differentiable Manifolds: A First Course. Spivak, M. A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry, Vol 1. Warner, F. Foundations of Differentiable Manifolds and Lie Groups. • Read More »