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"the mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's, must be beautiful; the ideas, like the colours or the words, must fit together in a harmonious way. The london mathematical society popular lectures for 2013 have been announced. professor ray hill, university of salford, will talk about ‘mathematics in the courtroom’, and dr. vicky neale, university of cambridge, will give a lecture on ‘addictive number theory’. prof hill’s abstract:. Vicky neale. vicky neale is a british mathematician and writer. she is whitehead lecturer at oxford 's mathematical institute and supernumerary fellow at balliol college. her research specialty is number theory. the author of the 2017 book closing the gap: the quest to understand prime numbers, she has been interviewed on several bbc radio. In this case the second lecture from ‘an introduction to complex numbers’ by dr. vicky neale. the lecture aims to both consolidate what has already been learnt at school and prepare students for the next stage. the lecture is followed by a tutorial where students go through the topic in pairs with a tutor and where they get the chance to. "my general view of mathematics is that most of the complicated things we learn have their origins in very simple examples and phenomena." – dr. richard evan schwartz, chancellor's professor of mathematics, brown university "deep and satisfying mathematics can arise from simple beginnings." – vicky neale, phd, additive number theory.

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Numbers and logic — gaurish4math. i am a big fan of number theory. i find the answer to hilbert’s tenth problem fascinating. i was introduced to this problem, a couple of years ago, via the documentary titled : “julia robinson and hilbert’s tenth problem“, here is the trailer: you can read more about it here. also for the sake of. Roger penrose: a knight on the tiles from plus magazine "sir roger penrose is one of the world's most widely known mathematicians. his popular books describe his insights and speculations about the workings of the human mind and the relationships between mathematics and physics. He received his ph.d. in mathematics from harvard in 2000 under the supervision of noam elkies. professor cohn’s mathematical research interests are in discrete mathematics, including discrete geometry, coding theory, cryptography, combinatorics, computational number theory, and theoretical computer science.

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