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Dan Mostow on Haaretz and Other Updates
Enlightenment at a red traffic light Wolf Prize laureate Prof. George Daniel Mostow made his greatest scientific breakthrough while driving. Haaretz tells the story of how Dan Mostow reached his breakthrough known as Mostow’s rigidity theorem. Congratulations, Dan! FrenchIsreali Meeting … Continue reading
A Few Mathematical Snapshots from India (ICM2010)
Can you find Assaf in this picture? (Picture: Guy Kindler.) In my post about ICM 2010 and India I hardly mentioned any mathematics. So here are a couple of mathematical snapshots from India. Not so much from the lectures themselves but … Continue reading
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Tagged Assaf Naor, Eric Rains, François Loeser, Günter Ziegler, ICM2010
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