In 1899 Frank Morley noticed that the points of intersection of the adjacent angle trisectors form an equilateral triangle. Since then, proofs of various levels of complexity have been given, and in this colloquium Professor Conway will present a surprisingly simple proof discovered by himself. In addition, Professor Conway will introduce a new theorem of himself on equilateral triangles and the subtle mathematics behind it.
This coming week we are pleased to have Professor Christine Taylor at the colloquium. Professor Taylor whose interests include mathematical biology will be talking about links between game theory and evolutionary biology. Please note that the talk will be on … Continue reading →
When: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm, March 26th Where: Fine 214 Who: Prof. Klainerman, who specializes in PDE and analysis What: Title: Are black holes real Blackholes are precise mathematical solutions of the Einstein field equations of General Relativity. Some of the … Continue reading →
Come out to our extra special course advising study break in the Fine Hall common room on Sunday, April 21 at 7pm! the joke is that the pton registrar doesn’t care if you’re missing prereqs LOL Alec, I, and a variety of other cool folks will … Continue reading →