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  • Mathematics In Europe - The Abel prize winner was announced on March 20, 2013
    Institute for Advanced Study Princeton New Jersey USA He receives the Abel Prize for seminal contributions to algebraic geometry and for their transformative impact on number theory representation theory and related fields to quote the Abel committee The Academy s President Kirsti Strøm Bull made the announcement today 20 March Deligne will receive the Abel Prize from H M King Harald at an award ceremony in Oslo on the 21st of May Pierre Deligne was born in 1944 in Brussels Belgium He is Professor Emeritus in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton USA Deligne came to Princeton in 1984 from Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques IHÉS at Bures sur Yvette near Paris France where he was appointed its youngest ever permanent member in 1970 The Abel Prize recognizes contributions of extraordinary depth and influence to the mathematical sciences It carries a cash award of NOK 6 000 000 about EUR 800 000 or USD 1 million The Abel Prize is awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters The choice of the Abel Laureate is based on the recommendation of the Abel Committee which consists of five internationally recognized mathematicians The Abel Prize

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/haberler/10-frontpage/news/811-the-abel-prize-winner-was-announced-on-march-20-2013 (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - MPE2013 launched
    mathematics in europe eu A compilation of these activities can be found here 2013 will be the year Mathematics of Planet Earth MPE 2013 MPE2013 partners will sponsor workshops research conferences public lectures outreach events and educational opportunities for all ages The initiative was officially launched on December 7 This year long effort will highlight the contributions made by mathematics in tackling global problems including natural disasters such as hurricanes

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Mathematical Advent calendar
    the functionality of this Website Skip to main content Press Enter Also this year the Berlin DFG research center Matheon and the German Mathematical Union DMV presents a Mathematical Advent Calendar in German Each day the participants have to solve a mathematical problem and in January a large number of prizes will be awarded JavaScript is currently disabled Please enable it for a better experience of Jumi Copyright 2013 Mathematics

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Raising public awareness of mathematics
    committee of the European Research Centres on Mathematics on the topic Mathematics between Research Application and Communication which text is included in this book During the Óbidos public awareness event the website www mathematics in europe eu of the EMS was officially launched and an itinerant mathematical exhibition Medir o Tempo o Mundo o Mar on the use of geometry to measure the universe and help astronomical navigation jointly organised by the SPM and the Museum of Science of the University of Lisbon took place at a local art gallery This book aims to encourage and inspire action to raise the public awareness of the importance of mathematical sciences for contemporary society through a cultural and historical perspective and to provide mathematical societies in Europe and in the world with ideas and details of concerted actions with other national or international organisations and societies with regards to raising the public awareness of science and technology and other important areas of society that have a strong mathematical component The book is divided into four parts National Experiences Exhibitions and Mathematical Museums Popularisation Activities Popularisation Why and How National Experiences European countries started extensive RPA projects in mathematics In this part of our book activities in the following countries are described the UK John D Barrow and Robin Wilson France Jean Pierre Bourguignon Germany an article about the German website www mathematik de by Wolfram Koepf and another about the GermanMathematical Year 2008 by Günter M Ziegler and Thomas Vogt the United States Reinhard Laubenbacher Portugal Renata Ramalho and Nuno Crato and Spain Raúl Ibáñez Torres Exhibitions and Mathematical Museums Over the last few years there been a number of temporary or permanent mathematical exhibitions The experiences of the organisers are given How can one present mathematics successfully Ehrhard Behrends the exhibition Mathema Is Mathematics the Language of Nature during the German Mathematical Year 2008 Albrecht Beutelspacher the Mathematikum in Gießen Manuel Arala Chaves Atractor Ana Eiró Suzana Nápoles Jorge Nuno Silva and José Francisco Rodrigues exhibitions in collaboration with the Museum of Science in Lisbon Enrico Giusti Il Giardino di Archimede in Florence and Andreas Daniel Matt IMAGINARY Popularisation Activities The large variety of RPA projects that happened in various countries was really impressive films popular websites RPA using computer games or the history of mathematics Surprisingly most of these activities were unknown to the majority of participants until this workshop A number of them are described in more detail here Ehrhard Behrends describing the international mathematical popular website www mathematics in europe eu Franka Brueckler on the problem of how to organise RPA projects with a low budget Mireille Chaleyat Maurel on her experiences during the Word Mathematical Year 2000 Krzysztof Ciesielski on how to explain strange geometries to an audience of nonmathematicians João Fernandes Carlos Fiolhais and Carlota Simões on various projects at the University of Coimbra Steen Markvorsen on his experiences of an event that had a large impact on raising the public awareness of mathematics Yasser Omar

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  • Mathematics In Europe - 6th ECM in Kraków
    Congress of Mathematics is held b etween July 2 and July 7 2012 in Kraków Poland The committee raising the public awareness of mathematics of the European Mathematical Society presents the special project Mathematics in the streets of Kraków at this occasion At this European Congress of Mathematics a special public awareness project will be realized by members of the rpa committee More details can be found here JavaScript is

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Hirzebruch died
    founded the Max Planck Institut fur Mathematik serving as Director until 1995 His profound contributions to mathematics in applications of topology to algebraic manifolds and number theory and to German mathematical life were honoured by many prizes including that of the Wolf foundation in 1988 and the Georg Cantor medal of the DMV in 2004 He was honorary president of the 1998 International Congress of Mathematics in Berlin European mathematics

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Heidelberg laureate forum
    Our Sponsor Munich RE Heidelberg laureate forum Ayrıntılar Kategori News The Klaus Tschira Stiftung will establish the Heidelberg Laureate Forum where Abel Fields and Turing laureates will meet the next generation of scientists The Klaus Tschira Stiftung will establish the Heidelberg Laureate Forum as an annual meeting bringing together winners of the most prestigious scientific awards in Mathematics Abel Prize and Fields Medal and Computer Science Turing Award with a selected group of highly talented young researchers The Forum has been initiated by the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies HITS the research institute of the Klaus Tschira Stiftung KTS a German foundation which promotes Natural Sciences Mathematics and Computer Science The Heidelberg Laureate Forum is modeled after the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings established more than 60 years ago to bring forward new ideas Klaus Tschira founder and managing partner of the foundation states Meeting with the scientific leaders of Mathematics and Computer Science will be extremely inspiring and encouraging for the young scientists The agreement on collaborating in the Heidelberg Laureate Forum between the organizers and the award granting institutions Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters International Mathematical Union and Association for Computing Machinery has been signed in Oslo

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Abel prize ceremony
    The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Abel prize ceremony Ayrıntılar Kategori News This year s Abel prize ceremony took place in Oslo on May 22 The first event was a meeting on Monday morning May 21 in Abel s school Katedralskole There the winners of the Holmboe prizes for Norwegian school children and mathematics teachers were announced Holmboe was Abel s teacher In the afternoon there took place

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