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  1. Black Mathematician Month

    ... for the past 30 years, October has been celebrated as Black History Month. In our mathematics community, the lack of minorities is an even ... Association, Plus Magazine, and more. Here you can read more about why we need to celebrate Black Mathematician Month: ...

    neale - 2017-10-27 09:53

  2. The life, work, and reputation of Thomas Harriot (1560–1621)

    ... informal lectures will demonstrate some of the research on history of mathematics currently being done in Oxford. The subjects range from ... the twenty-year old Évariste Galois. Each lecture will last about 40 minutes, leaving time for questions and discussion. No previous ...

    webmaster - 2010-04-22 15:14

  3. Cryptanalysis of the Algebraic Eraser

    ... introduced by Anshel, Anshel, Goldfeld and Lemieux about 10 years ago. There is a concrete instantiation of the Algebraic ... gives an introduction to the Algebraic Eraser, a brief history of the attacks on this scheme using ideas from group-theoretic ...

    elkaafarani - 2016-10-13 09:35

  4. Rediscovering Ada Lovelace's Mathematics

    ... as "the first programmer"  for her prescient writings about Charles Babbage's unbuilt mechanical  computer, the Analytical ... broadly on  things I’ve learned as a newcomer to the history of mathematics. 23 May 2016 16:00 ...

    elmurr - 2016-04-19 10:20

  5. ICM

    ... Chris Hollings has made a short podcast with Oxford Sparks about the history of the International Congress of Mathematicians, and what happened to ...

    neale - 2017-05-11 15:04

  6. BP: Close encounters of the E-infinity kind

    ... The notion of an E-infinity ring spectrum arose about thirty years ago, and was studied in depth by Peter May et al, then ... to answer it. I will explain what BP is and give a brief history of the above problem. Then I will discuss a construction that gives a ...

    tillmann - 2011-10-16 12:16

  7. Algebra and Automated Deduction

    ... computational techniques. We briefly investigate the history of computational group theory and automated deduction in the context of ... We develop a complex induction proof of a theorem about a wreath product of two groups, and report the success of a theorem ...

    publications_manager - 2017-10-26 17:30

  8. Linearly edge-reinforced random walks, part I

    ... starting point. Part I will also include an overview on the history of the model. In part II, some more details about the proofs will be explained. Dr Silke Rolles ...

    wilcox - 2008-02-19 09:15

  9. Editing the manuscripts of Évariste Galois (1811–1832)

    ... informal lectures will demonstrate some of the research on history of mathematics currently being done in Oxford. The subjects range from ... the twenty-year old Évariste Galois. Each lecture will last about 40 minutes, leaving time for questions and discussion. No previous ...

    webmaster - 2010-04-22 16:34

  10. Linearly edge-reinforced random walks, part II

    ... starting point. Part I will also include an overview on the history of the model. In part II, some more details about the proofs will be explained. Dr Franz Merkl ...

    wilcox - 2008-02-19 09:17

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