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.

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Videos

  • English – Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    English – Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Kevser Aktas and her Dream of Mathematics for All

    Kevser Aktas, the number theorist whose projects aim to inspire youth and ignite a facination for mathematics. We look forward to seeing you at the 4th Heidelberg Laureate Forum. What led you to do the … Weiterlesen

    Der Beitrag Kevser Aktas and her Dream of Mathematics for All erschien zuerst auf Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

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  • Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Spotlight on Helen Wauck: HCI Researcher Studying Spatial Skills Training with Games

    Meet Helen Wauck, first to be featured in a series about some of the women young researchers attending this year's Heidelberg Laureate Forum in September 2016. Credit: Photo courtesy of Helen Wauck Helen is a PhD student at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where her work centers on human-computer interaction. Her research, as she explains it, is on the cognitive side of a rather broad field. I study how to use video games to train spatial skills. Spatial skills are crucial... Read more (more)

  • Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Lennart Carleson and the Machine of Mathematics – 2006 Abel Prize Laureate

    Interview conducted and edited by Wylder Green of the HLFF Communications Team. Lennart Carleson received the Abel Prize in 2006 "for his profound and seminal contributions to harmonic analysis and the theory of smooth dynamical systems." How did you become aware of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum? I heard of your initiative first from my colleagues in Norway and was of course aware of the analogous Nobel activity. With your career already firmly established, was receiving the Abel Prize expected? I... Read more (more)

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    Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Pearls of Wisdom from Martin Hellman – 2015 ACM A.M. Turing Award Laureate

    Interview conducted and edited by Wylder Green of the HLFF Communications Team. How did you become familiar with the HLF? When I won the ACM A.M. Turing Award this year, I was automatically invited to the HLF. What does the ACM A.M. Turing Award mean to you? It came at a fantastic time. I worked in cryptography forty years ago and I still keep a hand in it, but it hasn’t been my primary interest for thirty-five years. About thirty-five... Read more (more)

  • Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    What’s Trending Vol. 1

    Written by Julia Eberhardt and Wylder Green As part of the HLF Blog, we are beginning the ‘What’s Trending’ series, which entails a list of blogs that are both relevant and informative for our alumni, future participants and anybody interested in math or computer science. Enjoy checking out the blogs that made it onto the introductory post and keep a look out for the next ‘What’s Trending’ post. Katie Steckles, Peter Rowlett and Christian Perfect – The Aperiodical http://aperiodical.com/ The... Read more (more)