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A public lecture

This evening, Jonathan Jedwab gave a public lecture, in celebration of the fact that it is Jacques Hadamard‘s 150th birthday. The title of the lecture was “What is a research mathematician?”, and the hook linking the two was Hadamard matrices. … Continue reading

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Finite geometries at Kloster Irsee

Last week, I was at a Finite Geometry conference in Kloster Irsee. Michael Giudici and John Bamberg, two of the proprietors of SymOmega, were also there; you can get another view of the conference from Michael’s blog post. The name … Continue reading

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