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  • Mathematics In Europe - Paris Subway Posters 1
    the functionality of this Website Skip to main content Press Enter Menu languages Articles in Turkish can be found here Home Anasayfa Anasayfa Haberler Bilgiler 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 Paris Subway Posters 1 Ayrıntılar Kategori WMY 2000 WORLD MATHEMATICAL YEAR 2000 PARIS SUBWAY POSTERS Copyright 2013

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Paris Subway Posters 2
    functionality of this Website Skip to main content Press Enter Menu languages Articles in Turkish can be found here Home Anasayfa Anasayfa Haberler Bilgiler 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 Paris Subway Posters 2 Ayrıntılar Kategori WMY 2000 WORLD MATHEMATICAL YEAR 2000 PARIS SUBWAY POSTERS II Copyright 2013

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Mathematics and its Role in Civilisation
    contributions and by Qi Minyou Wuhan that described the Chinese translation of the Euclid s Elements initiated in the beginning of the 17th century with the aid of M Ricci The choice of the city of Macau for this conference honours its significant historical role as a bridge of commercial and cultural exchanges between the East and Western civilisations since the beginning of the Portuguese presence in 1557 and its future continuation after the return to China the 20 December 1999 Partial topics of contemporary mathematics were illustrated by Constantine Dafermos Providence that surveyed aspects of the theory of partial differential equations over the past century highlighting the close interaction with physics and technology by Irene Fonseca Pittsburgh that referred new developments in the calculus of variations and current issues in phase transitions and image segmentation in computer vision by Jean Mawin Louvain that treated spectral theory and its role in functional analysis and non linear problems in theoretical physics and by Alfio Quarteroni Lausanne and Milano that illustrated the increasing importance of mathematical models in life sciences with the example of analysis of cardiovascular diseases The development of research in mathematics in several countries and how socio economic factors favour or hinder it was examined by M N Narashimhan Bombay and Trieste the role of numerical and non numerical tools in the modelling of technological processes was analysed by E R de Arantes e Oliveira Lisboa and several aspects of the cross fertilisation between computer science and mathematics including examples related to fundamental data structures and database algorithms computational geometry and number theory or communication protocols were illustrated by Philippe Flajolet Paris The round table on Mathematics History and Culture organised by J F Queiro Coimbra had its focus on important moments of the mathematical past and present on

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Conference on MATHEMATICS AND THE CENTURY
    good wishes from Prof M Verasoro Director of Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics was delivered by Prof A Ashour chairman of the conference The opening session was followed by the Millenium lecture delivered by Sir Michael Atiyah The title of the lecture was A Thousand Years of Mathematics The conference s sessions consisted of 11 plenary lectures and of 24 topical sessions Some of the plenary lectures covered general fields are Rewriting the history of mathematics Education of mathematics Relation between Mathematics and Sciences Is Interdisciplinary Research Possible Mathematical Aspects of Transportation General reviews of the recent researches and standing problems were also delivered In this aspect the following lectures are relevant A global view of dynamical systems Einstein s theory of space time and gravitation A geometrical theory for the unification of all fundamental forces Transfer of energy from low frequency to high frequency modes Stratification of algebras Multivariate statistical distributions Each topical session comprised an invited 40 minute talk and 3 4 contributed papers The invited topical lectures covered Finite groups Radical theory Enumerative geometry Moduli problems in geometry Asymptotic behaviour of solutions of evolution equations Instability of nonlinear evolution equations Non smooth dynamical systems On approximations of functions On a semi analytic method for the solution of some elliptic B V P On robust layer resolving methods for computing numerical approximations Eigen values for fractal drums Electrostatic models and orthogonal polynomials On the developments on theory of functions of several complex variables Invertibility preserving linear maps Entire functions sections Optical solitons Non classical properties of intermediate states On the relativistic 2 body problem Singularities in general relativity Linear geometry of light cone Advances and new results in prediction and Theory of accelerated experiments The topical sessions were grouped in the following sections Algebra 4 Applied

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Fifth Forum of Young Women Mathematicians
    Forum of Young Women Mathematicians Ayrıntılar Kategori WMY 2000 The Fifth Forum of Young Women Mathematicians Cinquième Forum des Jeunes Mathématiciennes was held at the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris France on Friday and Saturday January 21 22 2000 This annual meeting is an excellent occasion for scientific exchange and gives young researchers the opportunity to present their work in a stimulating environment This year it was part of the French program for the WMY2000 Project World Mathematical Year 2000 also sponsored by UNESCO The forum always consists of a scientific part which gives an overview of the current state of mathematical research and a historical sociological part which is intended to stimulate debates on current issues of women in the scientific community This year the scientific talks were given by twelve young mathematicians and six established mathematicians from all over France and Europe The first debate was introduced by historians Delphine Gardey and Michelle Perrot and followed the talk Historical approach to relations between women science and technology by Delphine Gardey The second debate Parity in the scientific community was introduced by Claudine Hermann Professor at the Ecole Polytechnique and member of E T A N who reported on

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Exchange and Influence from Late Babylonian Mathematics to Early Renaissance Science
    Dold Heidelberg Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Study and Conference Center Italy May 8 12 2000 The purpose of the Bellagio conference was to bring together an international team of scholars some of whom had worked together before to allow thorough discussion of the transmission of mathematics between cultures across Europe and Asia During an intensive week of lectures and discussion participants focused their attention on early mathematical works especially those in China India the Arabic Islamic world and the late Middle Ages Renaissance in Europe in order to explore evidence of direct and indirect influences possible connections and various means by which the problems or methods devised in one particular place and time found their way to other points often very far apart in place and time The Rockefeller Foundation s Bellagio Conference Center the Villa Serbelloni provided a quiet reflective atmosphere in which we were able to accomplish a substantial amount of work in a relatively short period of time In the course of seven morning and afternoon sessions twenty one studies were presented and discussed in detail by the group The list of participants with the titles of their contributions can be found at http www iwr uni heidelberg

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Report on problem talks at the 38th International Symposium on Functional Equations
    Hungary June 11 to June 18 2000 was included into the activities of WMY 2000 in particular since in its program a series of seven talks was scheduled giving surveys of significant open problems related to functional equations and their applications which could form a collection of topics for future research in the 21st century and whose solutions could be considered as a substantial progress The idea to have such a series of problem talks came from János Aczél Waterloo Ontario who convinced the Scientific Committee and the Organizing Committee to plan the series The topics presented were inconnection to some through not all of the most active fileds of present research in functional equations The recently renewed study of functional equations in the complex domain could unfortunately not be presented A list of the speakers and titles of the problem talks follows Claudi Alsina Barcelona Problems on associativity related functional equations and generalizations Walter Benz Hamburg Functional equation problems in applications to geometry Jean Claude Falmagne Irvine CA Functional equations problems in the social and behavioral sciences Roman Ger Katowice A collection of problems in stability theory Zsolt Páles Debrecen Problems in the regularity theory of functional equations Jürg

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  • Mathematics In Europe - World Mathematical Year 2000 Celebrations conducted by the Department of Mathematics, Fatima Mata National College, Quilon - 691 001, Kerala State, S.INDIA
    at the High School level 8 th grade and College level rather than Higher level or Research level On Oct 25 2000 we conducted an essay competition on Image of Mathematics at the under graduate level Atheesh Kumar J of I BSc Mathematics won the first prize The second and third prizes were awarded to Neeti C Joseph of II BSc Chemistry and Nripan Das P A of II BSc Mathematics respectively A Poster Designing Competition was conducted on Oct 27 2000 on World Mathematical Year 2000 The first prize went to Mathew Kurian of II B Com and the second and third prizes were awarded to Parwathy K Nair of Final BSc Mathematics and Alphonse Justus of II BSc Mathematics respectively In order to spot out and foster young talents at High School level we conducted a Scholarship Examination in Mathematics Forty six young talents from twenty six High Schools attended the examination and Deepthi Luke of Lourde Matha High School Kovilthottam Quilon won the first prize Archa Prabhan of Vimala Hridaya School Quilon and Ancy Rajan of St Margaret s High School won the second and third prizes respectively The Closing Ceremony of the World Mathematical Year 2000

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