Slides from a colloquium I gave on public key cryptography.
Mathematical study is often thought of as ‘purer’ than scientific research- instead of labs full of chemicals, fruit flies or lasers, our work could in theory proceed with nothing more than a chalkboard; rather than believing theories through weight of evidence and an absence of counterexamples, we prove theorems as undeniable consequences of our base …
Notes from my geometry club talk given April 18th, 2008.
A simple maths game about probability.
Brief, fairly technical overview of what I’ve been working on these last few months.
Some notes on Euclid’s algorithm and its extension for solving linear Diophantine equations in two variables.
An introduction to public key encryption and Diffie-Hellman key exchange by mixing paint.
The contents of my MMath course at the University of Bath.
Talk for the postgraduate colloquia series
A new UK magazine for mathematics.