Professor Robin Wilson, The Open University, Milton Keyne
Zaobao Article: Interview with Prof. Wilson (March 9, 2007)
Leonhard Euler (b. 15 April 1707), the ‘Mozart of mathematics, was probably the most prolific mathematician of all time. He contributed to many areas, both theoretical and practical, yet remains largely unknown except to mathematicians. Who was he, what did he do, and why do mathematicians regard him so highly?
March 10 (Saturday) 2007 / 10.00-11.00am
Nan Hua High School (Auditorium)
Refreshment will be served after the lecture
School teachers may do group registration for their students and teachers by choosing the “group registration” option and indicate the number of people attending the lecture in the online registration form.
March 9, 5pm.