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Konrad Bajer Commemorative Symposium - 12 December 2017

Publication Date: 
Tuesday 14th November 2017 - 12:45

Konrad Bajer Commemorative Symposium

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"Form in Art: Art of Form" - an INI exhibition, November-December 2017

Publication Date: 
Thursday 9th November 2017 - 14:45

 

The Isaac Newton Institute is proud to announce that this autumn we will be hosting the public exhibition "Form in Art: Art of Form".

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Printable poster of INI Programmes & Workshops 2018

Publication Date: 
Thursday 19th October 2017 - 12:30

 

Throughout 2018 the Isaac Newton Institute will be hosting a total of four programmes and 17 workshops.

For ease of reference, we have produced the below poster showing the year's schedule along with basic details of the key events.

If you would like to download, share or print the poster, please click here to access the PDF.

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Printable poster of UNQ programme schedule

Publication Date: 
Wednesday 18th October 2017 - 14:45

 

The Isaac Newton Institute is proud to be hosting the UNQ programme from January to June 2018. This collaboration of uncertainty quantification researchers comprises four main workshops, for which applications are currently open.

If you would like to download, print or share a poster of the programme's schedule (pictured below) then please click here to access the PDF.

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Tributes to Fields Medallist Vladimir Voevodsky (1966-2017)

Publication Date: 
Wednesday 4th October 2017 - 11:45

(photo: Andrea Kane)

The Isaac Newton Institute was this week deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Fields Medallist Vladimir Voevodsky at the age of 51.

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SIP programme participant biographies

Publication Date: 
Monday 18th September 2017 - 10:00

 

Below you will find extended biographies for many of the participants in the Mathematics of Sea Ice Phenomena programme (August - December 2017).

 

Dr. Yevgeny Aksenov

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Gallery: INI 25th anniversary celebrations

Publication Date: 
Monday 24th July 2017 - 16:45

 

On 20 July 2017 the Institute held a day of celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of its opening in 1992. Amongst the many esteemed guests and speakers present were founding INI director Sir Michael Atiyah OM FRS FRSE FMedSci FREng, Fields Medallist Martin Hairer KBE FRS, broadcasters Dr Hannah Fry and Dr Simon Singh (pictured above), and - to mark what was also the anniversary of his original proof of Fermat's Last Theorem - Sir Andrew Wiles. The talks took place in the very same room in which Sir Andrew first presented his proof of the 17th century conjecture. 

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Watch INI's 25th anniversary lectures live - 20 July 2017

Publication Date: 
Thursday 20th July 2017 - 10:00

 

Although our 25th anniversary celebrations - which take place on Thursday 20 July 2017 - are an invite-only event, we will be streaming many of the day's talks live.

Click here to view this live coverage, which will comprise many of the items in the below schedule.

 

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25th anniversary puzzle winner(s) announced!

Publication Date: 
Monday 17th July 2017 - 10:30

 

Many thanks to all of you who entered our exciting 25th anniversary puzzle competition! We have now sifted through all of the excellent responses and randomly chosen a winning set of answers.

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Solve our 25th anniversary puzzle and win tickets to the celebratory event

Publication Date: 
Thursday 15th June 2017 - 15:45

Can you solve our 25th anniversary puzzle?
 

This year, the Isaac Newton Institute marks its 25th anniversary. To celebrate, we will be hosting a grand day of talks and celebrations. Taking place on Thursday 20 July 2017, the prestigious list of attendees includes many notable mathematicians and affiliates of the Institute. But perhaps most exciting of all is the following: a conversation between Sir Andrew Wiles and his biographer Simon Singh on how Andrew found the proof for one of the hardest problems in mathematics.

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