Mathematical research and the internet
by Professor Terence Tao
Abstract: Professor Terry Tao has been called the â€˜Mozart of Mathematicsâ€™. In 2006, he was awarded the Fields Medal, considered the Nobel prize of mathematics. Supported by the Australian Mathematical Society, Clay Institute and the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, Prof. Tao is visiting Australia as the Clay-Mahler Lecturer.
Prof. Tao will talk about some of his personal experiences on how the internet is transforming the way he and other mathematicians do research, from mundane tools as email, home pages and search engines, to blogs, preâ€“print servers, wikis, and more.
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