Undergraduate Projects at the University of Bristol

I’m offering a couple of possible projects for third-year students at Bristol (i.e., for MATH32001 or MATH32200 depending on amount of time) in the upcoming academic year (2012/13). Other topics in areas such as spectral graph theory or computational number theory could also be possibilities; students are welcome to get in touch (via my magdt@bristol …

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Neat things I learnt about at the Joint Math Meetings 2012

These remarks started life as a series of short posts on Google+. But no-one uses Google+, so I’ve archived them here. I: you can make Voronoi diagrams using fine sand and blocks with holes drilled in. What’s a Voronoi diagram? In such an image, the plane is divided up into cells around sites, such that …

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