Cédric Villani, mathematician, Fields Medal 2010 laureate

29. 4. 2017

The human brain is not designed for math, it is made for language and stories, says Cedric Villani, a mathematician and a laureate of the Fields Medal, considered by many to be the Nobel Prize in mathematics. He is mainly working on an equations that deals with chaos, how specifically? Where can we see mathematics around us? And why does he think that being a mathematician is a lot like being a police detective?

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Cédric Villani, mathematician, Fields medal 2010 laureate

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Research of James Kakalios

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Research of James Kakalios

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