Date: 12:00 pm, Tue, 29th Jul 2014
Location: V104 Mathematics Building
Date: 10:00 am, Wed, 30th Jul 2014
"A graph theory research project"
Prof Brian Alspach
Location: V129 Mathematics Building
Date: 3:00 pm, Thu, 31st Jul 2014
Location: V103 Mathematics Building
Date: 1:30 pm, Fri, 1st Aug 2014
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GAGTA conference makes news around the world
Fran Aragon awarded prestigious fellowship
Fran Aragon, former CARMA postdoc and current member, has won a "Ramón y Cajal" fellowship. This is a highly-competitive Spanish tenure-track postdoctoral grant scheme, for individua... [READ MORE]
CARMA's Mike Meylan goes Nature
The article "Storm-induced sea-ice breakup and the implications for ice extent" by AL Kohout,MJM Williams, SM Dean and MH Meylan was published online today. The authors show that the p... [READ MORE]
" ... Several years ago I was invited to contemplate being marooned on the proverbial desert island. What book would I most wish to have there, in addition to the Bible and the complete works of Shakespeare? My immediate answer was: Abramowitz and Stegun's Handbook of Mathematical Functions. If I could substitute for the Bible, I would choose Gradsteyn and Ryzhik's Table of Integrals, Series and Products. Compounding the impiety, I would give up Shakespeare in favor of Prudnikov, Brychkov And Marichev's of Integrals and Series ... On the island, there would be much time to think about waves on the water that carve ridges on the sand beneath and focus sunlight there; shapes of clouds; subtle tints in the sky... With the arrogance that keeps us theorists going, I harbor the delusion that it would be not too difficult to guess the underlying physics and formulate the governing equations. It is when contemplating how to solve these equations - to convert formulations into explanations - that humility sets in. Then, compendia of formulas become indispensable."
"Why are special functions special?" Physics Today, April 2001.
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