This is an excellent example of industry-academia interaction. We need more people who can help to highlight top-level research of this nature and encourage excellence in science.
We need to attract to and retain in mathematical research all the young bright minds that we can reach, eager to work enthusiastically to carry forward the whole living enterprise of mathematics.
We celebrate this collaboration between the computing and math disciplines and the opportunity to raise awareness of their common threads and indispensable impacts.
Meeting with the scientific leaders of Mathematics and Computer Science will be extremely inspiring and encouraging for the young scientists.
November 18, 2013
Once-in-a-lifetime chance for young computer scientists and mathematicians
The preparations for the 2nd Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) are in full swing, and applications from young researchers to attend the second Forum will be accepted beginning November 15: The Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation (HLFF) is looking for outstanding young mathematicians and computer scientists from all over the world who would like to get the […] (more)
September 24, 2013
What if there are no such thing as random events?
You might believe researchers are at odds with randomness (indeterminism) as they are looking for answers to science’s greatest challenges. But indeed for some methods used in the very precise disciplines of computer science and mathematics, the absence of randomness would create problems. As a specialist for the application of randomness, Avi Wigderson, the Israeli […] (more)