Date: 9:00 am, Sat, 12th Dec 2015
More details will be added closer to the event.
These are the events in the next 7 days. For more, see the events page.
UoN Report: "AMSI Summer School success"
A story about the recent AMSI Summer School appears in the latest Microbytes, the newsletter of the Faculty of Science and Information Technology. Well done Jeff and Juliane!
AMSI Summer School concludes for 2015
From AMSI: Students from all over Australia (and one participant from Kolkata) converged on the sunny University of Newcastle for AMSI’s Summer School in the Mathematical Sciences.... [READ MORE]
Congratulations to Cameron Rogers
Cameron received an Honourable Mention for his talk "Using Random walks to estimate the shape of Folner Sets" at the 8th Australia and New Zealand Mathematics Convention in Melbourne last week.
"In his review of Winchester's previous book, The Map That Changed the World (3), Stephen Jay Gould wrote:
I don't mean to sound like an academic sourpuss, but I just don't understand the priorities of publishers who spare no expense to produce an elegantly illustrated and beautifully designed book and then permit the text to wallow in simple, straight-out factual errors, all easily corrected for the minimal cost of one scrutiny of the galleys by a reader with professional expertise... (4)
With Krakatoa, the publisher clearly spared considerable expense, and this new book also wallows in errors. Perhaps, given our popular culture's appetite for sensationalized disasters, a modern publisher would rather not see all those pesky details corrected."
(Tom Simkin and Richard S. Fiske)
Review entitled "Clouded Picture of a Big Bang" from Science, July 4, 2003, page 50-51)
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