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Peter Rowlett, Travels in a Mathematical World

2010-07-30 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 5s

Episode . Travels in a Mathematical World is a set of 64 podcast episodes from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. Hear mathematicians speaking in their own words about their work, their careers, interesting areas of maths they've worked in and maths history. Hear the variety of work mathematicians do. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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64 - Peter McOwan, his career

2010-07-27 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 11s

Episode 64. Peter McOwan talks about his career, particularly how mathematics helped him work in mathematical physics, medical imaging, computer-generated holography, optical neural networks, psychology, cybernetics, mathematical modelling of the biological brain, optical illusions, magic tricks, computer vision, teaching and outreach! For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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63 - Rhys Phillips, Electrostatic hazards in aircraft

2010-07-25 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 7s

Episode 63. Rhys Phillips of the Lightning Direct Effects Group at EADS talks about his work as a research engineer around electrostatic hazards in aircraft. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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62 - William Simpson, Solar physics

2010-07-22 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 7s

Episode 62. William Simpson talks about his work in solar stresses and solar flares, his theological motivations for studying mathematics and physics and studying abroad. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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61 - Chris Marchant, Outreach

2010-07-19 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 6s

Episode 61. Chris Marchant, Outreach Manager for The Department Of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Liverpool talks about the department's work in outreach activities. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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60 - Sarah Norton, systems engineering

2010-07-16 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 3s

Episode 60. Sarah Norton talks about her work in systems engineering and a specific application for fire engines responding to mobile phone emergency calls. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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59 - Katie Steckles and Rufus Roberts, Maths busking

2010-07-12 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 8s

Episode 59. Katie Steckles and Rufus Roberts talk about the phenomenon of 'maths busking'. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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58 - Ben Beech, Air Traffic Control

2010-07-08 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 6s

Episode 58. Ben Beech speaks at a careers event at the University of Portsmouth about his work as an air traffic controller. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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Math/Maths Podcast: 5,136 miles of mathematics

2010-06-14 :: Peter Rowlett and Samuel Hansen
Length: 1s

A quick message to let you know about a new podcast called the Math/Maths Podcast, a conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA. Peter Rowlett in Nottingham calls Samuel Hansen in Las Vegas and the pair chat about math and maths that has been in the news, that they've noticed and that has happened to them. Available via pulse-project.org…

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57 - History of Maths and x, Shape of the cosmos: Developments from Newton to Einstein

2010-03-23 :: Peter Rowlett, IMA
Length: 8s

Episode 57. Peter Rowlett covers Einstein's relativity in this companion podcast to video lecture at www.historyofmathsandx.co.uk/topics/gravity For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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56 - Edmund Harriss, Development and teaching of mathematical ideas

2010-02-28 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 56. Edmund Harriss and I discuss a range of topics around enthusing people about mathematics and how mathematical ideas are developed and taught. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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55 - Edmund Harriss, Tilings, motivations and Street Maths

2010-02-21 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 55. Edmund Harriss of the University of Leicester speaks about his research area of tiling patterns and how this leads him into maths outreach. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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54 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2010-02-14 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 16s

Episode 54. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. Topics include digits of pi, how mathematicians think, maths books, Marcus du Sautoy OBE, the Mandelbulb, Islamic maths at the Science Museum, news about the numbers on maths degrees and maths teacher training, gender in maths, creative teaching approaches, autonomous unicycles, what fungus-like slime says about wireless communications and a little satire. For more info and show notes, including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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53 - Robert Harter - Water waves

2010-02-06 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 7s

Episode 53. Robert Harter talks about his PhD research at the University of Manchester into linear water wave problems. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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52 - Jackie Grinsell, Mathematics teaching

2010-01-31 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 5s

Episode 52. Jackie Grinsell, Head of Mathematics, Purbrook Park School, Waterlooville, talks about her career as a maths teacher. This recording was made during a careers event at the University of Portsmouth. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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51 - Sebastien Guenneau, Optical wave guides and applied mathematics research

2010-01-24 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 51. Sebastien Guenneau gives some examples from optical wave guides and other areas to highlight the processes which drive applied mathematics research and collaboration. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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50 - Sebastien Guenneau, Invisibility cloaks

2009-12-13 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 8s

Episode 50. Dr. Sebastien Guenneau of the University of Liverpool talks about his work on metamaterials and invisibility cloaking. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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49 - History of Maths and x, Substitution ciphers: Ancient - Renaissance

2009-12-07 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 8s

Episode 49. Peter Rowlett covers basic cryptography including information on cracking the Vigenere cipher. Companion podcast to video lecture at www.historyofmathsandx.co.uk/topics/cryptography For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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48 - Andrea Donafee, Cash balance optimisation

2009-11-29 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 48. Andrea Donafee speaks about her work for Cash Management Systems in optimisation around managing cash balances. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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47 - Mark Blyth, Applications of fluid dynamics in biology

2009-11-21 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 47. Dr Mark Blyth of University of East Anglia (UEA) talks about his work applying fluid dynamics and elastomechanics to problems in biology and medicine. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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46 - Frank Kelly, random processes, networks and optimization

2009-11-15 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 46. Prof Frank Kelly, Master of Christ's College Cambridge, talks about his career researching random processes, networks and optimization both within the University of Cambridge and through corporate collaboration. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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45 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-11-07 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 17s

Episode 45. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. Topics include the new Lucasian Professor, models of cancer growth and radiation, killer robots, graphic novels and maths A level uptake, plus birthdays for Martin Gardner, the Greenwich Meridian and this podcast. For more info and show notes, including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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44 - Andrew Cates, his career

2009-10-31 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 12s

Episode 44. Dr Andrew Cates talks about his career working for Shell as strategy consultancy, country manager for Shell in Cote d'Ivoire, as co-ordinating manager for "everything Shell sold to ships worldwide" and in charge of gas and power business in Europe. Andrew also talks his recent work for charity SOS Children, the world's largest orphan and abandoned children's charity. This recording was made live during the panel discussion at the Young Researchers in Mathematics 2009 Conference at the University of Cambridge. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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43 - Victor Arulchandran, wave dispersion and PhD skills

2009-10-25 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 5s

Episode 43. Victor Arulchandran of Brunel University talked to me (in a quite noisy tea room!) about his PhD topic looking at wave dispersion and the wide range of applications of that area of mathematics. Victor also talks about the skills he is able to acquire during his PhD which will aide his future career aspirations in financial modelling. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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42 - Ed Galea, His career, part 2: Crowd evacuation modelling

2009-10-18 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 42. Following on from episode 41 we hear from Professor Ed Galea of the University of Greenwich who talks about his work with the Fire Safety Engineering Group in crowd evacuation modelling. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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41 - Ed Galea, His career, part 1: How astrophysics leads to steel casting and fire modelling

2009-10-11 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 41. In this, part 1 of 2, Professor Ed Galea of the University of Greenwich talks about his career in various aspects of magnetohydrodynamics, from origins in astrophysics and how this led him to industrial steel casting and fire modelling. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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40 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-10-04 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 22s

Episode 40. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. Topics include Turing, phoney formulae, symmetric dates, politician's understanding of maths, Google Pagerank & ecosystem collapse, school exam results, brain chaos & zombie attacks! For more info and show notes, including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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39 - Beatrice Pelloni, Applications of Fourier transforms

2009-09-26 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 5s

Episode 39. Beatrice Pelloni, Reader in Applied Mathematics at University of Reading, who I met at the Women in Mathematics Day 2009 spoke to me about her career, the topic of her talk at that event ("Generalised Fourier transforms and boundary value problems") and a little about being both a mother to young children and a mathematician. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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38 - David Spiegelhalter, Public understanding of risk

2009-07-19 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 18s

Episode 38. David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor for the Public Understanding of Risk talks about his career in statistics and current work in public communication. David speaks about the factors affecting risk-taking and how people perceive risk. Last episode before summer break. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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37 - David Mitchell, Channel coding and maths in engineering

2009-07-11 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 7s

Episode 37. David Mitchell of the University of Edinburgh, who is doing a collaborative PhD between the Schools of Mathematics and Engineering, talks about his area channel coding and about the links between mathematics and engineering. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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36 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-07-03 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 17s

Episode 36. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. Topics include evolution of numeracy, electric fish, 'phantom' traffic jams, maths v. superstition, gender, Dara O'Briain, sporting mathematicians, maths teaching and the Royal Society Summer Science. For more info and show notes, including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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35 - Terry Edwards, Chartered Mathematician

2009-06-27 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 7s

Episode 35. As university students prepare to graduate I ask Terry Edwards about IMA Professional Development and Chartered Mathematician Status. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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34 - Eugenia Cheng, Category theory

2009-06-21 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 34. Dr. Eugenia Cheng from the University of Sheffield talks to me about what she likes about mathematics, her area of category theory and TheCatsters YouTube channel. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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33 - David Fearn, Magnetohydrodynamics

2009-06-14 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 5s

Episode 33. Professor David Fearn of the University of Glasgow sat down with me and talked about the area of magnetohydrodynamics. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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32 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-06-06 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 19s

Episode 32. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. Topics include Wolfram|Alpha, mathematicians and the credit crunch, the Christopher Zeeman medal for Ian Stewart, six degrees of seperation, quantum computing, weather forecasting and mathematical films. For more info and show notes including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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31 - Matt Parker, Maths communication

2009-05-30 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 8s

Episode 31. Matt Parker, a maths teacher, talks about his work communicating maths in ways that enthuse school students. Includes a live recording with funny gases - helium and sulfur hexafluoride - and a conversation covering maths in the simpsons, getting into teaching and the odds of winning the lottery. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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30 - Noel-Ann Bradshaw, Ramanujan

2009-05-22 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 13s

Episode 30. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich talks about Ramanujan. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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29 - Noel-Ann Bradshaw, Evolutionary algorithms for financial applications

2009-05-16 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 7s

Episode 29. Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich talks about her research using evolutionary algorithms for financial applications. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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28 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-05-10 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 22s

Episode 28. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. For more info and show notes including links to all stories mentioned visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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27 - Oliver Jensen, British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 2009

2009-04-27 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 15s

Episode 27. Immediately following the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC) 2009, I sat down with Professor Oliver Jensen of the University of Nottingham and Co-Chair of the BAMC for a retrospective on the conference and what work is current in applied mathematics. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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26 - Chris Budd, Confessions of an Industrial Mathematican

2009-04-19 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 5s

Episode 26. Professor Chris Budd of the University of Bath spoke to me about his view of 21st Century maths, based on his article "Confessions of an Industrial Mathematican", written for Mathematics Today. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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25 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - Fibonacci

2009-04-10 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 25. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life and works of Fibonacci. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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24 - John Sharp, Maths and Art

2009-04-04 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 24. John Sharp of the London Knowledge Lab talks about his work in mathematics and art. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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23 - Paul Shepherd, Decimation and Subdivision

2009-03-29 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 23. Dr. Paul Shepherd of the University of Bath speaks about two aspects of 3D modelling - decimation and subdivision. Paul also talks about what a mathematician can bring the world of engineering and architecture. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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22 - Mike Maher, Transport Modelling

2009-03-22 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 22. Mike Maher, Professor of the Mathematical Analysis of Transport Systems at the Institute for Transport Studies, Leeds University. Mike sat down with me at the University of Edinburgh and talked about his work in transport modelling. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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21 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - Turing

2009-03-14 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 21. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life of Alan Turing. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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20 - Choi-Hong Lai, Fluid dynamics

2009-03-08 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 20. Choi-Hong Lai of the University of Greenwich talks through some applications in fluid dynamics. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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19 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-02-28 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 20s

Episode 19. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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18 - Jane Wess, Science Museum

2009-02-22 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 18. Jane Wess tells me about the mathematics collection at the Science Museum. This includes Napier's Bones and there is a video of Jane demonstrating Napier's Bones at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nWT-zbb3s8. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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17 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - al-Kharazmi

2009-02-16 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 17. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life of al-Kharazmi. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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16 - Chris Bailey, Cutty Sark Restoration

2009-02-06 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 7s

Episode 16. Professor Chris Bailey from the University of Greenwich talks about his work in using mathematics to predict the reliability and maintainability of real material structures and how this work is applied to projects including the conservation and restoration of the Cutty Sark. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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15 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2009-02-01 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 15s

Episode 15. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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14 - Paul Shepherd, Parametric Geometry Generation

2009-01-23 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 8s

Episode 14. Paul Shepherd, a mathematician working in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath. He speaks about his work on architectural design using parametric models. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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13 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - Florence Nightingale

2009-01-17 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 13. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life of Florence Nightingale. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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12 - Terry Lyons Stochastic Calculus

2009-01-10 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 12. Professor Terry Lyons of the University of Oxford talks about his area of Stochastic Analysis. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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11 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - Euler

2008-12-14 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 10s

Episode 11. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life of Leonhard Euler. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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10 - Adrian Bowyer (part 2)

2008-12-06 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 10. The second of two episodes in which Dr. Adrian Bowyer talks about some of the areas his career has taken him to. www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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9 - Adrian Bowyer (part 1)

2008-12-01 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 12s

Episode 9. The first of two episodes in which Dr. Adrian Bowyer talks about some of the areas his career has taken him to. www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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8 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2008-11-23 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 13s

Episode 8. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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7 - Neil Goldwasser, Dyslexia Support and Adult Numeracy

2008-11-16 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 12s

Episode 7. In this episode, Neil Goldwasser talks about his work as a dyslexia support tutor and adult numeracy tutor. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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6 - History with Noel-Ann Bradshaw - Galois

2008-11-08 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 8s

Episode 6. In the regular Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks about the life of Evariste Galois. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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5 - Nira Chamberlain, Mathematical Modelling Consultant

2008-11-01 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 5. Nira Chamberlain works as a Mathematical Modelling Consultant and is a PhD student part time at the University of Portsmouth. I met Nira in Portsmouth and asked him to tell me about some interesting projects he had worked on. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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4 - Maths news with Sarah Shepherd

2008-10-26 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 11s

Episode 4. Sarah Shepherd joins me to look over some recent maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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3 - Dr. Joanna Hartley - Public Transport Modelling

2008-10-19 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 14s

Episode 3. Dr. Joanna Hartley of Nottingham Trent University talks about her career from leaving university and the work she has done with Nottingham City Transport on public transport modelling. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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2 - History - Newton and Leibniz

2008-10-11 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 2. In the first of our Maths History series, Noel-Ann Bradshaw of the University of Greenwich and also Meetings Co-ordinator of the British Society for the History of Mathematics talks through a little of the history around Isaac Newton and Gottfried von Leibniz. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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1 - Professor Philip Maini, Oxford - Maths Biology

2008-10-04 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 9s

Episode 1, in which Professor Philip Maini of the Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of Oxford, talks about the field of mathematical biology. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk…

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0 - Prelude

2008-09-11 :: Peter Rowlett
Length: 1s

Episode 0, a brief prelude to the podcast proper.…

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Travels in a Mathematical World

A podcast from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA). Episodes include mathematicians talking about their work, maths history and maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk

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