Wednesday, April 3, 2019
1324 East Hall Map
Abstract: On the one hand, there's science: the clear-eyed, hard-nosed, the pragmatic empiricist. On the other hand, there's math: the poet, the dreamer, the hunter of wild abstractions. How do these two intellectual traditions regard one another? And why is it that the most useless-sounding math - from knot theory to meta-logic to non-Euclidean geometry - often turns out to be the most useful? Prerequisites: basic human curiosity; tolerance for bad drawings; the willingness to participate in a silly debate. In short: all are welcome!
|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||AEM Featured, Astronomy, Basic Science, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Biosciences, Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, Economics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering, Environment, Industrial and Operations Engineering, Information and Technology, Integrative Systems, Life Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Engineering, Natural Sciences, Physics, Science|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Department of Mathematics|