Anton’s lectures will be based on the following papers:
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The mathematics masterclass, at Plymouth University, is a complete programme for students aged 9 to 15 who are able and interested in mathematics.
Some of the topics covered earlier this year were:
The classes are part of a nationwide programme of mathematics masterclasses under the umbrella of the Royal Institution – see http://www.rigb.org/education/masterclasses
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This year Dr. Antonio Rago from the center is presenting a plenary talk, to the over 300 strong audience of the lattice conference, with the title: Lattice QCD on new chips: a community summary.
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Additional security checks on cars boarding a ferry were required. This slowed down the cars entering the ferry. So the students were asked to design additional scenarios, such as adding more security booths, or opening the ticket booths for longer, so that more cars boarded the ferry on time. The software used was SIMUL8.
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On the 27th April there was a meeting of PyPlym. Three staff members from Mathematics and one from computer science attended. There was a useful practical session, where code to modify the sensor output from a mobile phone was added to KML file, which could be displayed in Google Earth. There were two talks as well.
As part of our Mathematics with High Performance Computing degree we teach Python in the second year.
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