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Mathematics and statistics

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History of Mathematics Public Lectures

Please see details below of the History of Mathematics public lectures that Gresham College is running in May and June. 1) Maths Can Make You Fly: 23 May, Museum of London, 6pm-7pm -  In this joint Gresham and London Mathematical Society Annual Lecture, Dr Carola Bibiane-Schonlieb will be talking about how maths can make you [...]

By | 2017-11-10T09:53:12+00:00 May 17th, 2017|Mathematics and statistics, News, Seminars & Public Lectures|Comments Off on History of Mathematics Public Lectures

Science Museum Lates: Strength in Numbers

Science Museum Lates - STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Wednesday 22 February 2017 Doors Open 18.45–22.00 Over 18s only Admission free although some events may require a ticket A celebration for the fabulous new Winton Gallery of Mathematics created by Zaha Hadid - herself a mathematician - includes our very own Minerva Scientifica - Superwomen of Mathematics. [...]

By | 2017-02-24T10:47:28+00:00 February 16th, 2017|BSHS Announcements, General Events, Mathematics and statistics, News|Comments Off on Science Museum Lates: Strength in Numbers

History of Mathematics Lectures at Gresham College

Gresham College is pleased to announce a series of eleven lectures on the History of Mathematics. These lectures are free and will take place at the Museum of London (EC2Y 5HN) or Barnard’s Inn Hall (EC1N 2HH). Lectures will be accessible to the general public, but they will focus on issues and problems which would [...]

By | 2017-04-30T14:40:44+00:00 August 1st, 2016|BSHS Announcements, General Events, Mathematics and statistics, News|Comments Off on History of Mathematics Lectures at Gresham College

Interview With Dr. Patricia Fara

Starting this month, New Scientist magazine will be running regular history of science features, and the BSHS’s own Dr. Patricia Fara has written the first one! You can read her article on Émilie du Châtelet, a remarkable figure in the History of Science who has too often been overshadowed by those studying Voltaire, Newton, or even Locke. Patricia sat [...]

By | 2016-05-25T14:25:29+00:00 May 25th, 2016|Mathematics and statistics, Multimedia, Outreach and Education, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Interview With Dr. Patricia Fara

Event: Physicists and Mathematicians of Belfast

Wednesday 25th June 2014 Queen’s University Belfast Details of talks and speakers: "Joseph Larmor": Colin Latimer, Queen’s University, Belfast "James Thomson": Andrew Whitaker, Queen’s University, Belfast "Ernest Walton": Brian Cathcart, Kingston University, London Experimental Interlude: Sue McGrath, Science2Life "Dan Bradley": Donal Bradley, Imperial College, London "Thomas Andrews": Peter Ford, University of Bath "Peter Guthrie Tait": [...]

By | 2014-05-29T17:16:26+00:00 May 29th, 2014|General Events, Mathematics and statistics, News, Physics, Queen's University Belfast|Comments Off on Event: Physicists and Mathematicians of Belfast

Karl Galle

NameKarl GalleRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatuscompletedStart Year1997End Year2003Thesis TitleMonumental arts: the cultural practices of mathematics and astronomy during the German Renaissance, ca 1470-1550SupervisorRob IliffeDepartmentCentre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

By | 2017-11-10T09:55:35+00:00 July 12th, 2011|Astronomy, Imperial College London, Institution, Mathematics and statistics, Science and culture, Subject Area, Theses|Comments Off on Karl Galle