A Mathematical Eye
Speaker: Professor Paul Glendinning, FRSE FIMA. President of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
The Mathematical Sciences have never been more visible. Modellers and statisticians have informed policy during the pandemic and Big Data impinges on everybody’s daily lives. For a mathematician there is so much more: mathematics is all around us. In this seminar I will explore the world with a mathematical eye. This leads to questions about how a mathematician sees ordinary objects, mathematics in society, and the role and responsibilities of the mathematical community to help unlock everyone’s inner mathematician.
More information about the speaker can be found here.
Part of the IOP London and South East (LSE) region autumn/winter 2023/24 Physics Talks Series.
The lecture is free and open to all, registration is not required.
The venue can be found on the A340 Basingstoke to Newbury Road, just before the Heath End Roundabout at Tadley.
The correct gate is signposted West Gate or AWE Staff + Deliveries.