Forum 2019 - Program Overview
Click here for the Preliminary Program of HLF 2019 (.pdf) and for a Preliminary List of Participating Laureates 2019 (.pdf).
Schedule is still subject to change.
Main meeting venue: Heidelberg University on University Square, 69117 Heidelberg.
To venues/locations not within walking distance from Heidelberg University Square, free transportation will be provided. Please note that this event is upon invitation only.
The Heidelberg Laureate Forum starts on Sunday, September 22, with mandatory registration for the young researchers on Saturday, September 21.
The Abel Prize in mathematics, one of the awards whose laureates join us each year for the HLF, was originally proposed in 1899 as a complement to the Nobel prizes – to recognise achievement in … Read more(more)
10 out of 200: About finding your own path – Anna Vasilchenko uniquely combines journalism, computer science, and education
Meet Anna Vasilchenko, computer scientist and one of this year’s 10 out of 200 young researchers participating in the 7th Heidelberg Laureate Forum from September 22nd – 27th, 2019. What is your name and nationality?My name is Anna Vasilchenko. … Read more(more)
In a previous post, I talked about the mathematical idea of generalisation – taking a system or idea and extending it in as many directions as possible to see what other interesting things we can … Read more(more)
The Bank of England has recently announced their decision for who to feature on the newly redesigned £50 note, and I’m pleased to say it’s a mathematician! They’d already decided it was going to be … Weiterlesen(more)
The Heidelberg Laureate Forum is an annual opportunity to celebrate some of the world’s top mathematicians and computer scientists, by gathering together the winners of prestigious maths and computer science prizes, including the Abel Prize, … Weiterlesen(more)