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China Mathematics and 21th Century January 15 20 Cairo Egypt Cinquième forum des jeunes mathématiciennes January 21 22 Paris France 2000 Years Transmission of Mathematical Ideas Exchange and Influence from Late Babylonian Mathematics to Early Renaissance Science May 8 12 Bellagio Italy 38th International Symposium on Functional Equations June 11 18 Noszvaj Hungary World Mathematical Year 2000 Celebrations Oct 25 Nov 27 Quilon India AMTI activity in WMY2000 India ENIT

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the time were intensively involved in the teaching profession while in the remaining countries of Europe in which were also to be found noted mathematicians these were active primarily in research institutes and observatories and if they were involved in teaching at all it was only to a small extent and only grudgingly In the British universities the intellectual climate for mathematics and the sciences was particularly backward and moreover was politically conservative However Robert Woodhouse a professor of mathematics at Cambridge published a book in 1803 called Principles of Analytical Calculation in which he explained and applied the differential notation that had been used by Leibniz Apparently though he had not dared to use this notation in his lectures It was in this environment that young men were coming of age at the University of Cambridge who were unwilling to accept the given situation Three of them would later achieve great renown George Peacock 1791 1858 Charles Babbage 1791 1871 John Herschel 1792 1871 George Peacock became a lecturer in mathematics in 1815 and from 1837 was a professor of geometry and astronomy at Cambridge His main area of research however was algebra John Herschel son of the astronomer William Herschel was one of the most famous astronomers of the nineteenth century Charles Babbage has earned a place in history as a pioneer in the invention of the computer The founding by these three together with some other students of an Analytical Society in 1812 for the purpose of bringing mathematical analysis in Britain up to the European standard began as a typical student prank At that time there was a bitter conflict taking place over whether a new English translation of the Bible with explanatory commentaries should be published or whether to do so was a blasphemous attempt to improve on perfection Babbage was moved by a pamphlet on this topic to write a parody and he drafted the charter of a society whose task it would be to declare the Gospel according to the Leibniz d notation and to condemn to perdition all heretics who adhered to the Newtonian dot The joke became serious and today it must be said that in the situation at the time when students were forbidden to organize meetings for the purposes of political discussion casting one s lot with continental analysis had a thoroughgoing political aspect to it The Analytical Society with at times numerous members and regular membership dues existed as such for only two years but in 1819 it was revived under the name of the Cambridge Philosophical Society under which name it exists to this day Life within the society was described quite vividly in a letter that Frederick Maule a member of the society wrote to Babbage in 1813 The letter speaks of wild debates cursing and nonsense Hyman p 44 It is clear that the professors at the university with the exception of the sympathetic Woodhouse followed the whole enterprise partly with scorn and partly with

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identitet među europskim matematičarima i želi biti posrednik između matematičara i onih koji su odgovorni za politiku i fondove u Bruxellesu Iako je uloga matematičkih znanosti u civilizaciji već stoljećima bila od centralne važnosti trenutni trend prema globalnoj ekonomiji i društvu znanja učinio je informacijske i inovacijske tehnologije sve više ovisnim o znanstvenim istraživanjima potaknutim matematikom U suvremenom kontekstu su matematičke znanosti uključivo statistike i računarstva prihvaćene kao integralni dio

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Mission Velkommen EMS Sponsor Sprogene Kontakt Juridisk ansvarlige Søg The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE EMS Detaljer Kategori Danish Formålet med EMS European Mathematical Society er at promovere alle aspekter af matematik i de Europæiske lande herunder forskning i matematik og anvendelser af matematik samt at støtte og vejlede i forbindelse med undervisning af og læring i matematik Foreningen forsøger at skabe et fællesskab blandt Europæiske matematikere og sigter mod at virke som facilitator mellem matematikerne i Europa og beslutningstagere og fonde i Bruxelles Selvom matematikken har spillet en central rolle for civilisationens udvikling igennem adskillige århundreder så accentueres matematikkens betydning til stadighed i og med videns og informations samfundets behov for og afhængighed af forskning med et umiskendligt matematisk indhold I dagens globale kontekster er matematikken en fuldt integreret del af den teknologiske og kulturelle udvikling EMS repræsenterer og agerer på vegne af mere end 50 Europæiske Nationale Matematiske Foreninger herunder Dansk Matematisk Forening og på vegne af individuelle medlemmer fra næsten alle Europæiske lande Vort mål er at gøre EMS værdifuld og attraktiv for alle professionelle matematikere i Europa EMS udvalget RPA Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics har den vigtige opgave at gøre offentligheden bedst muligt

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Etsi The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE EMS Tietoja Kategoria Canonical Links The purpose of the European Mathematical Society is to promote all aspects of Mathematics in European Countries including research in Mathematics and its applications and also to assist and advise on problems of mathematical education The Society seeks to establish a sense of identity amongst European mathematicians and aims to act as an intermediary between mathematicians and those in charge of politics and funds in Brussels Although the role of mathematical sciences in civilization has been of central importance for many centuries the current trend towards a global economy and a knowledge society has made information and innovation technologies increasingly dependent on scientific research driven by mathematics In the present day context mathematical sciences including statistics and computing are accepted as an integral part of technological and cultural progress The EMS represents and acts on behalf of more than 50 European National Mathematical Societies as well as individual members from almost all European countries Our aim is to make the EMS attractive to all professional mathematicians in Europe by providing valuable services to the mathematical community The EMS committee Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics has the

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