These are the show notes for episode 27 of the Travels in a Mathematical World podcast. 27 is the first composite number not divisible by any of its digits. More about 27 from Number Gossip. In April was the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC) 2009, the premier annual national meeting of applied mathematics in the… Read more »
A couple of weeks ago I attended Meet the Mathematicians, a schools outreach day at the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham connected to the BAMC conference. A short video has just been released which was taken during the Meet the Mathematicians day which is worth a watch.
I attended the 2009 British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC) at the School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham last week. On day 1, I attended as a delegate from Nottingham interested in the Mathematics Education mini-symposium. On days 2 and 3, I attended as an exhibitor from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and… Read more »
These are the show notes for episode 26 of the Travels in a Mathematical World podcast. 26 is the only integer to be sandwiched between a square and a cube. More about 26 from MAA NumberADay. A while ago I attended the launch event of a new IMA Branch, the West of England Branch. At… Read more »
Graduate Recruitment Scheme In the previous issue of Mathematics Today I reported some results on the uptake of IMA Prizes. This time I turn my attention to the more general graduate recruitment picture. Each year the IMA sends out Graduate Recruitment packs, essentially a letter of introduction to the IMA and an application form at… Read more »
As part of the BAMC, the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham held a schools outreach day called “Meet the Mathematicians“. This was a day of talks and a lunchtime session including interesting stalls, examples of mathematics research, a showcase of mathematical puzzles, a maths trail and a prize quiz. As e-learning… Read more »
These are the show notes for episode 25 of the Travels in a Mathematical World podcast. 25 is the smallest square that can be written as a sum of 2 squares. More about 25 from Number Gossip. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of… Read more »