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  • From Polynomial Equations to Galois Groups
    Benjamin Schraen
    Ecole Normale Supèrieure
    In our modern world, our capacity to exchange large sets of highly secure data in a very short time...
  • Developing Students’ Mathematical Reasoning: A Challenging Task
    Ana Cláudia Henriques
    University of Lisbon
    Mathematical reasoning constitutes a powerful personal and social tool. Today’s society,...
  • The Hammer of God
    Elisa Maria Alessi
    University of Barcelona
    The eventuality of a collision of an asteroid with the earth.   Although most asteroids move...
  • Moving data faster and more accurately
    Eugenio Montefusco
    University of Rome La Sapienza
    Most people who have a passion for maths, who are charmed by its universal language, fall in love...
  • Secret life of pairs of points
    Domenico Fiorenza
    University of Rome La Sapienza
    What is the space of all pairs of points? Which is its shape? Answering these apparently...
  • From number crunching to crunching shapes
    Professor Ioannis Z. Emiris - (Image by George Tzoumas)
    University of Athens
    Pablo Picasso said that computers are useless: they provide only answers. For now, let me not...
  • “The Hammer of God” The eventuality of a collision of an asteroid with the earth
    Elisa Maria Alessi, Ariadna Farrés, Arturo Vieiro, Carles Simó and Àngel Jorba
    University of Barcelona
    Although most asteroids move in a region between Mars and Jupiter, some move close to the Earth’s...
  • Moving data faster and more accurately
    Eugenio Montefusco
    University of Rome La Sapienza
    Most people who have a passion for maths, who are charmed by its universal language, fall in love...
  • The Poetry of Butterflies: Using Geometric Concepts to Solve Problems in Quantum Mechanics
    Gianluca Panati
    University of Rome la Sapienza
    “Pour connaître la rose, quelqu’un emploie la géométrie et un autre emploie le papillon”, wrote...