The third Science on Screen of the second series was presented by Simon DeDeo, who chose Darren Aronofksy’s cult film Pi. Simon gave an entertaining introduction to patterns, and how we as humans are primed to see them everywhere, either consciously or subconsciously.
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In partnership with Warwick University, Nicholas Moloney, Colm Connaughton, Nick Watkins and Yuzuru Sato co-organised a workshop on ergodicity breaking and anomalous dynamics, held at Warwick University from 10-12th August.
LML welcomed 7 project students to the summer school for 4 weeks in July/August. The students came from Germany, India and the UK. They were joined by an A-level student supported by a Nuffield research placement.
Alex Adamou and Ole Peters have published an article on the Dynamics of inequality in the Royal Statistical Society’s magazine, Significance. In it they tackle the assumption of equilibrium which is widespread in mainstream economic analyses.
The second Science on Screen of the current series was presented by AC Grayling, who chose the iconic 1931 version of Frankenstein. While the film does a considerable disservice to the many questions raised in Mary Shelley’s novel,
2015 summer school student and LML visitor Yonatan Berman and LML Fellows Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have published an empirical study of wealth inequality in the United States.
2015 Summer School student and current LML Visitor, Yonatan Berman, has been awarded a Dan David Prize Scholarship to support his doctoral research into Stochastic Modeling of Inequality in Complex Financial and Economic Systems.
Henrik Jensen began the second season of Science on Screen with a thoughtful presentation on the role of narrative. As well as organising information plausibly and consistently, a narrative’s most important function
LML is delighted to welcome author and Shakespearean scholar, Charles Beauclerk, as its first Writer-in-Residence. Charles will spend six months at LML engaging with its community of scientists, continuing existing writing projects,
The LML Scholar Rosalba Garcia-Millan, currently studying towads a Master’s degree at Oxford University, has accepted an offer of a full PhD Scholarship from the Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics section
London Mathematical Laboratory
8 Margravine Gardens
Science on Screen: 12 Angry Men (U) + Presentation by Professor Lorna Dawson
22 September 2020 – CANCELLED
Ergodicity Economics 2021 Online Conference
18 – 20 January 2021