Forum 2013 - Final Program Overview
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Please note that this event is upon invitation only. Lectures of participating Laureates will be live-streamed on this page during HLF 2013.
Main meeting venue: Heidelberg University on University Square, 69117 Heidelberg.
To venues/locations not within walking distance from Heidelberg University Square, free transport will be provided.
Not long ago, computers started solving mathematical proofs—a fact that surprised Sir Andrew Wiles. But to Wiles, who won the Silver Plaque of the IMU (1998) and the 2016 Abel Prize, the achievements of machines … Read more
Der Beitrag How humanness shapes mathematics: reflections from Sir Andrew Wiles erschien zuerst auf Heidelberg Laureate Forum.(more)
Credit: © Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation / Flemming – 2016 Vladimir Voevodsky was awarded the Fields Medal in 2002 for his work on motivic cohomology leading to a proof of the Milnor conjecture. He’s here … Read more(more)
On the rare occasion, I have found myself in a conversation with someone who somehow seems to be from the future. Many of us in the tech business naturally find ourselves occupied with near-term priorities, … Read more
Der Beitrag Three big ideas to change the world with Raj Reddy erschien zuerst auf Heidelberg Laureate Forum.(more)
In 1984, the legendary Alexander Grothendieck released one of the greatest mathematical texts of the century: “Esquisse d’un Programme.” It became a viral hit. Like an epic novel, it painted a sweeping vision of the … Read more
Der Beitrag When You Learn a New Language to Read a Single Book erschien zuerst auf Heidelberg Laureate Forum.(more)
Meet Johanna Pirker, one of our featured young researchers in a series about some of the women attending this year’s Heidelberg Laureate Forum in September 2016. Credit: Photo by Matthias Rauch Johanna is a PhD … Read more
Der Beitrag Spotlight on Johanna Pirker: PhD Student Researching HCI, VR, and Games erschien zuerst auf Heidelberg Laureate Forum.(more)