This very interactive exhibition is intented
to show to all visitors that mathematics is:
- astonishing, interesting and useful,
- accessible to everyone,
- plays a large part in daily life,
- that they lead to many trades,
- and has an important role in our culture,
development and progress.
3 copies are in circulation: =>
one was in Corea
until October 2010, =>
the 2d in Burkina Faso
in April to June after Benin & Senegal (Emf2oo9), =>
the 3d was in Cordoba
(Spain) in September-October for the XIII CEAM congress.
Virtual interactive Exhibitions
On=> www.Experiencing Maths.org
you will find interactive experiences inspired by the exhibition, initiated and supported by UNESCO and aimed to secondary maths teachers, in particular in Southern countries
. This year in Chile, Angola and Cordoba.
A new virtual tool for Maths Culture, conceived by mathemacians from ENS-Lyon who present the experiences of Experiencing Maths exhibition
in Region Rhône-Alpes.
a new virtual exhibition from Deutchland
Prizes & Events 2010 Fields medals
to Elon Lindenstrauss
(Jerusalem Univ.), Ngô Bao Châu
(Paris-Sud and Chicago Univ.), Stanislav Smirnov
(Geneva Univ.) and Cédric Villani
(ENS of Lyon and director of Henri Poincaré Institut).
to John T. Tate
(Texas Univ.) Gauss Prize
to Yves Meyer
(ENS Cachan) Turing Prize
to Charles P. Thacker
, Microsoft researcher. See too the pageNews =>