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Nepalese Earthquake Appeal
for
Tandrang Gorkha

The small village of Tandrang Gorkha has been demolished, along with many others, due to the earthquake. The village's population of 4,368 is now without housing and possessions: nearly all 838 houses are gone. Our colleague Bishnu Lamichhane's mother and three brothers and their families are now without housing. Please help to assist his family and the entire village by donating; all immediate money will help with tents, food and clothing, and anything further will help them rebuild in the near future.

Nepalese Earthquake Appeal for Tandrang Gorkha: click for details

EVENTS

CARMA RHD Meeting

"Replicating Numerical Experiments: The Decimal Expansion of Pi is Not Statistically Random"
   Dr Mohsen Reisi

1:00 pm, Tue, 2nd Jun 2015
V205, Mathematics Building

These are the events in the next 7 days. For more, see the events page.

NEWS

Mathematical Logic and Philosophy lectures now online

Videos of the four Mathematical Logic and Philosophy lectures, given here recently by Prof Jeremy Avigad, are now available on the CARMA website. For future reference, they are linked ... [READ MORE]

David H. Bailey wins Test of Time award.

CARMA associate, and long-time collaborator of Laureate Professor Jonathan Borwein, Bailey has been given the prestigious “Test of Time” award by the 2015 ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Co... [READ MORE]

CARMA Director's news article goes viral

The recent article It’s often the puzzles that baffle that go viral (in the Conversation of April 16 2015) has itself gone viral with over 914,000 readers so far.

HIGHLIGHTS

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MEMBERSHIP

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