The Wall Street Journal.added this to OpinionSocial Issues Notable & Quotable: Mathematics for Social JusticeThe Wall Street Journal. - The Wall Street JournalMathematics for Social Justice offers a collection of resources for mathematics faculty interested in incorporating questions of social justice into their classrooms. . . . The heart of the book is a of

Towards Data Scienceadded this to MathematicsMathematics Differential Equations — History & Overviewtowardsdatascience.com - Jesus Najera Mathematicians & physicists tend to not agree on a whole lot. One incontrovertible truth that seems to permeate every STEM topic & unify both …

FlipboardIcon version of the Flipboard logoEquations Renormalization Group and Critical Phenomena. I. Renormalization Group and the Kadanoff Scaling Pictureaps.org - journals.aps.org The Kadanoff theory of scaling near the critical point for an Ising ferromagnet is cast in differential form. The resulting differential equations …

Roberto Alcantaraadded this to DataMachine Learning TensorFlow Machine Learning Cookbookoreilly.com This recipe will illustrate how to solve a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs). We can use similar methods to the previous two sections …

SSadded this to AI & DS n ...Science The Language Of Calculussciencefriday.com - by Steven Strogatz, The following is an excerpt of Infinite Powers: How Calculus Reveals the Secrets of the Universe by Steven Strogatz. Without calculus, we wouldn’t have …

Seanadded this to EErrrLL992FlipboardIcon version of the Flipboard logoMathematics Lax-Milgram Theoremwolfram.com - Created, developed, and nurtured by Eric Weisstein at Wolfram Research Calculus and Analysis > Functional Analysis > MathWorld Contributors > Cronquist > MathWorld Contributors > Stover > In functional analysis, the …

Live Scienceadded this to InnovationTechnology Karen Uhlenbeck Just Won One of Math's Most Prestigious Prizes. Here's Why Her Work Is So Important.Live Science - Yasemin Saplakoglu U.S. mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck won this year’s Abel Prize, becoming the first woman to take home the prestigious math award, the Norwegian …

SSadded this to AI & DS n ...Equations US Army applying new areas of mathjohndcook.com - by John Many times on this blog I’ve argued that the difference between pure and applied math is motivation. As my graduate advisor used to say, “Applied …

CNNEquations Karen Uhlenbeck is the first woman to receive the Abel Prize - CNNCNN(CNN) — Karen Uhlenbeck, a mathematician and professor at the University of Texas, has been awarded this year's Abel Prize, a mathematics prize modeled after the Nobels. It's the first time the prize gone

The Hindu Groupadded this to The HinduPrinceton University In a first, woman bags Abel Prize for mathsthehindu.com - AFP The Abel Prize in mathematics was on Tuesday awarded to Karen Uhlenbeck of the U.S. for her work on partial differential equations, the first woman …

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FlipboardIcon version of the Flipboard logoNews (China) US mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck wins Abel Prize for 2019globaltimes.cn - www.globaltimes.cn US mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck wins the Abel Prize for 2019 "for her pioneering achievements in geometric partial differential equations, gauge …

NPRadded this to SciencePlay buttonScience U.S. Mathematician Becomes First Woman To Win Abel Prize, 'Math's Nobel'NPR - Bill Chappell"I find that I am bored with anything I understand," Karen Uhlenbeck once said - and that sense of curiosity is part of why she won the prestigious Abel Prize, from the Norwegian Academy of Science and

Mental Flossadded this to Mental FlossEquations Why Has More Than One Person Solved Einstein's Equations?mentalfloss.com - BY Quora .com For the same reason more than one person solves most other types of equations. Unlike simple equations such as, say, the quadratic equation you learn …

JJohn Morrowadded this to Machine Learning ApplicationsSwitzerland Neural networks predict planet massphys.org - University of Bern To find out how planets form, astrophysicists run complicated and time-consuming computer calculations. Members of the NCCR PlanetS at the University …

Josh Eadsadded this to PiRduinoRaspberry Pi Do advanced math with Mathematica on the Raspberry Piopensource.com - ansilva In the mid-'90s, I started college as a math major, and, even though I graduated with a computer science degree, I had taken enough classes to …

AApril Stephenadded this to MathyGoogle Doodle Olga Ladyzhenskaya’s 97th Birthday Celebrated by Google DoodleFortune - Fortune Editors Olga Ladyzhenskaya’s 97th birthday is being celebrated by Google Doodle on Thursday. But before the late Russian mathematician—known for her …

Heartadded this to UK & Local NewsGoogle Doodle Who was Olga Ladyzhenskaya? Google Doodle celebrates the mathematician on her 97th birthdayheart.co.uk - Heart But who was she and why is her 97th birthday being marked by Google in today's sketch? Who was Steve Irwin? How did the wildlife expert die? How old …

CNETadded this to Culture with a touch of TechGoogle Doodle Google Doodle celebrates mathematician Olga LadyzhenskayaCNET - by Sean Keane The prolific Russian thinker would've been 97 on Thursday.

The Evening Standardadded this to Lifestyle | Evening StandardLifestyle (UK) Olga Ladyzhenskaya: Why is Google Doodle celebrating the Russian mathematician’s 97th birthday?standard.co.uk - Tom Herbert Influential Russian mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya is being celebrated in today's Google Doodle. Ladyzhenskaya, who would have turned 97-years-old …

the i paperadded this to Top storiesEquations Why Google celebrates the 97th birthday of mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya todayinews.co.uk - David Hughes Olga Ladyzhenskaya is being marked by Google with a special celebratory Doodle today, on what would have been her 97th birthday. The Russian …

News18.comadded this to News18 Latest NewsGoogle Doodle Olga Ladyzhenskaya: Google Doodle Celebrates Russian Mathematician's 97th Birthdaynews18.com - News18.com Olga Ladyzhenskaya made valuable contributions to the field of fluid dynamics. Her research continues to impact oceanography, cardiovascular science, …

The Washington Timesadded this to News From The Washington TimesStephen Hawking Neuroscientist: Brain-chip recipients may soon look at men and think 'put it back in a cage'The Washington Times - Douglas Ernst Neuroscientist Moran Cerf, Ph.D., says brain implants that he is working on with Silicon Valley may be ready within five years. The Northwestern …

Siao Heiraniadded this to #edx_physicsFlipboardIcon version of the Flipboard logoElectromagnetism Introduction to the Theory of Ferromagnetismedx.org This course focuses on the phenomenon of ferromagnetism. Ferromagnetism is a magnetically ordered state of matter in which atomic magnetic moments …

dan hadded this to Signs Of Things To ComeNorthwestern University Northwestern Neuroscientist Researching Brain Chips To Make People Superintelligentcbslocal.com - News – CBS Chicago CHICAGO (CBS) — What if you could make money, or type something, just by thinking about it? It sounds like science fiction, but it might be close to …

Princeton University Iranian woman wins maths' top prize, the Fields medalnewscientist.com - By Dana Mackenzie A woman has won the maths world’s “Nobel prize” for the first time. Maryam Mirzakhani of Stanford University, California, will receive the Fields …

Jeff Buhmannadded this to ScienceMathematics Mathematician calculates parameters for optimal crowd and traffic controlphys.org - RUDN University A RUDN mathematician has developed a solution for a perturbed differential containment—a generalized case of a differential equation. The development …

AZCentral.com / The Arizona Republicadded this to Phoenix Metro NewsEquations Ice scraper? We don’t need no stinking ice scraper ... do we?azcentral.com - Karina Bland My son and I left the house Friday morning, took one look at the windshield covered with ice, and raced to get inside the car first so as not to be …

JJohn H. Woffordadded this to Quantum PhysicsQuantum Computing Airbus wants to reinvent aircraft design with quantum computing challengeVentureBeat - Chris O'BrienAeronautics giant Airbus today announced that it is creating a global competition to encourage developers to find ways quantum computing can be applied to aircraft design. Quantum computing is one of next-generation

3314159r2added this to Ciencia Understanding Neural ODE'sjontysinai.github.io - Blog Logo In this blogpost I explore how ODE’s can be used to solve data modelling problems. I take a deep dive into the data modelling problem at hand and …