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# Tag Archives: Bill Tutte

## London Mathematical Society Newsletter

The first issue of the revamped LMS newsletter, edited by Iain Moffatt, reached me a little while ago. The first obvious difference is that it has gone from A5 to A4 format, the same as the newsletters of the European … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged Bill Tutte, Iain Moffatt, LMS, London Mathematical Society, loop cohomology, prime numbers
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## BCC26, 1

About halfway through the British Combinatorial Conference, at last I have time to say something about it. I am not just a combinatorialist, but I always feel that the BCC delegates are the group into which I naturally fit. It … Continue reading

## Beginning a career

Yesterday was my tenth consecutive day of conferences. I’ll start this post with a detour. Bill Tutte was one of the deepest thinkers on combinatorics in the twentieth century. One of my favourite mathematics books is his Graph theory as … Continue reading

Posted in doing mathematics, events
Tagged Bill Tutte, Jan Saxl, Martin Liebeck, Peter Neumann, squaring the square
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