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  • Mathematics In Europe - EMS
    Society EMS es promocionar en los países europeos todos los aspectos de las matemáticas incluyendo la investigación y sus aplicaciones así como advertir de los problemas que presenta la educación matemática y cooperar en su resolución La Sociedad busca el establecemiento de un sentido de identidad entre los matemáticos europeos y pretende actuar como intermediario entre éstos y los políticos y administradores de fondos de Bruselas Aunque el papel de las matemáticas en la civilización ha sido de importancia central a lo largo de muchos siglos la tendencia actual hacia la economía global y la sociedad del conocimiento ha hecho que las técnicas de información y de la innovación dependan cada vez más de una investigación científica que tiene a las matemáticas como lenguaje e hilo conductor En el contexto actual las ciencias matemáticas incluyendo en ellas la estadística y la computación son reconocidas como parte integral del progreso técnico y cultural La EMS representa y actúa en nombre de más de 50 sociedades matemáticas nacionales de países europeos así como de miembros individuales de casi todos ellos Nuestro propósito es hacer que la EMS sea atractiva para todos los profesionales de las matemáticas de Europa proporcionando servicios de interés

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/es/ems (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Anasayfa
    David Hilbert Devamını oku The quotation of the day Historical reminder Ayrıntılar Kategori General On November 18 1844 Albert Wangerin was born in Greifenberg Germany His work deals primarily with potential theory and the theory of conics In addition he was a publisher of the Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik 1869 1924 Wangerin died on October 25 1933 in Halle Germany More information can be found here The popular

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Diderot Mathematical Forum 2013
    Halka ulaşma faaliyetleri Yarışmalar Matematik Yardım Meslek olarak matematik Karışık Misyon Hoşgeldin Mesajları EMS Destekçiler Diller Iletişim Yasal Bilgi arama The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Diderot Mathematical Forum 2013 Ayrıntılar Kategori News Frontpage On December 17 2013 there will take place a Diderot Forum Mathematicians in Berlin Germany Exeter UK and Zagreb Croatia give lectures concerned with Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 for a general public At

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  • Mathematics In Europe - MPE2013
    with the MPE2013 day at the UNESCO in Paris on March 5 2013 More information on this event can be found on the MPE2013 homepage and also here on www mathematics in europe eu A compilation of the European MPE2013 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

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  • Mathematics In Europe - The quotation of the day
    to main content Press Enter The universe is written in mathematical language Galileo Galilei More information on Galilei can be found here We can also recommend some collections of quotations JavaScript is currently disabled Please enable it for a better

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Shoelaces and neckties
    different ways of lacing shoes It is a question that surprises people For most of us there is only one acceptable method of lacing shoes However the reality is that people in different cultures use different patterns to lace their shoes To give only two examples there are the methods used in the USA and in Europe which are the most common ways In the former the shoelaces are threaded in opposing zigzags and when seen from above they seem to be crossed In the latter they are threaded in alternating zigzags in such a way that the eyes of the shoes seem joined horizontally by the shoelaces when viewed from above There is also the ex factory method in which the shoelace makes a continual zigzag from top to bottom and then returns in a diagonal line Which do you think is the most efficient method The first curious fact is that there are an astronomical number of options For shoes with two rows of five eyes Polster verified that there are 51 840 different ways to thread the laces This number increases to millions when the number of eyes rises Polster restricted himself to ways of threading the laces that necessarily occupy all the eyes and allow the eyes to be pulled together by applying pressure to the laces for example this implies that the laces may not pass through three successive eyes on the same side as this would not exert any individual pressure on the eye in the middle Then he defined the efficiency criteria He stated that the security of the binding should be maximized and the compression of the laces should be minimized Comparing the three above mentioned systems he verified that the most economical is always the American method with the second best system depending on the number of eyes If there are four or more pairs of eyes the European method is superior to the ex factory method In the case of three pairs of eyes they are equal And in the case of only one or two pairs of eyes the problem is trivial as all three methods are equally good If you try to verify this you will see that it is not difficult American method European method Ex factory method Bow tie method Four different ways to lace your shoes However Polster did not restrict himself to studying only these three methods He analyzed the problem from a general perspective only taking the above mentioned restrictions into account He discovered that the most economical system is not one of the three commonly used methods He discovered a less common pathway that he called the bow tie method As far as the criterion of maximum security of the binding was concerned he did not find any esoteric method which is comforting After all the American and ex factory methods are the best When the rows of eyes are farther apart the ex factory method is the strongest When the rows

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Articles in Croation
    Informacije Popularizacijske aktivnosti Natjecanja Matematička pomoć Matematika kao zanimanje Razno Articles in Croation Izjava o svrsi Dobrodošli EMS Sponzor Jezici Kontakt Impresum Traži The European Mathematical Society Our Sponsor Munich RE Articles in Croatian Detalji Kategorija Canonical Links m i e eu why Izjava o svrsi m i e eu for whom Dobrodošli EMS EMS Sponsor Sponzor Languages Jezici Contact Kontakt Imprint Impresum Mathematics in Croatia Matematika u Hrvatskoj What

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/hr/articles-in-croation (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Novosti
    Berlin DFG research center Matheon and the German Mathematical Union DMV presents a Mathematical Advent Calendar in German Opširnije Mathematical Advent calendar WMY2000 The year 2000 was the World Mathematical Year 2000 Until 2012 the associated web page was hosted in France Since September 2012 one finds the material here on www mathematics in europe eu Raising public awareness of mathematics The book Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics appeared this August 2012 Opširnije Raising public awareness of mathematics 6th ECM in Kraków The 6th European 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 Opširnije 6th ECM in Kraków Hirzebruch died The first president of the European Mathematical Society Friedrich Hirzebruch has passed away Opširnije Hirzebruch died Heidelberg laureate forum The Klaus Tschira Stiftung will establish the Heidelberg Laureate Forum where Abel Fields and Turing laureates will meet the next generation of scientists Opširnije Heidelberg laureate forum Abel prize ceremony This year s Abel prize ceremony took place in Oslo on May 22 Opširnije Abel prize ceremony Zoom sur les métiers des mathématiques English translations of the French brochure Zoom sur les métiers des mathématiques concerned with mathematical professions are now available on www mathematics in europe eu Opširnije Zoom sur les métiers des mathématiques Euromath 2012 The 4 th European Student Conference in Mathematics EUROMATH 2012 took place in Sofia Opširnije Euromath 2012 The mathematical calendar New in mathematics in europe eu Read the new mathematical calendar Opširnije The mathematical calendar Serbia joins mathematics in europe eu New in mathematics in europe eu Serbia is now also represented in our web site Opširnije Serbia joins mathematics in europe eu Szemerédy wins Abel prize The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has decided to award the Abel Prize for 2012 to Endre Szemerédi Hungary USA The award ceremony will take place in Oslo on 22 May Opširnije Szemerédy wins Abel prize Abel prize announcement The Abel prize ceremony 2012 will take place on the 22nd of May in Oslo The laureate will be announced on March 21 Opširnije Abel prize announcement A competition In connection with the year Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 there will be a competition of virtual modules for an open source exhibition The prizes range from US 2000 to US 5000 Opširnije A competition MPE2013 The year 2013 will be the year of Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 Opširnije MPE2013 Bridges Conference 2011 The conference Bridges 2011 on Mathematics Music Art Architecture and Culture took place at the University of Coimbra Portugal in July 2011 Opširnije Bridges Conference 2011 IMAGINARY The successful exhibition IMAGINARY is now shown permanently in the Deutsches Museum Munich Opširnije IMAGINARY Raúl Ibanez Torres receives COSCE prize Raúl Ibañez Torres the Spanish member of the committee raising public awareness of mathematics of the European Mathematical Society has received the

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/hr/novosti (2013-11-18)
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