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Report on the second annual WMI alumni lecture

What does Mathematics Have to do with
Climate Change?
Professor Christopher Jones 

7:30pm Wednesday 18 June 2008
The Royal Geographical Society, London

On 18 June some 100 alumni and their guests pondered the contribution of mathematics to climate change...

Wed 13 Aug 2008, 12:30

Win a signed copy of Ian Stewart's "Why Beauty is Truth"

 Why Beauty is Truth: A History of Symmetry

Share memories of your time at Warwick Mathematics Institute by sending in photographs of the people and places you knew then or by submitting a letter for publication in the NEW Mathematics Institute Alumni Magazine.

The best submissions will be published in the first edition of the magazine and the winner will receive an autographed copy of Ian Stewart's latest book, Why Beauty is Truth: A History of Symmetry.

Share your memories

Wed 26 Mar 2008, 09:27

Warwick Ogden Scholar at Harvard

The Warwick Mathematics Institute is pleased to announce that it now has eleven Ogden Scholars who are involved in the study of maths. Amongst them is Ross Cowley a Physics Undergraduate who took part in a prestigious eight week summer course at Harvard University last summer. Inevitably Ross spends alot of time in the Warwick Mathematics Institute and was delighted to have the opportunity to work at another world-class university. Harvard is widely recognised as being the best university in the world and both Sir Peter Ogden, founder and chairman of The Ogden Trust, and Cameron Ogden, his son and trustee of The Ogden Trust, studied there. Ross studied a course in "Financial modelling, Capital Acquisition and Investment Banking". and believes the experience was very important in helping him to secure a job at Credit Suisse, which begins after Ross has completed his final year of studies.

If you would like to read Ross Cowley's full report on his time at Harvard please visit the Ogden Trust website

Mon 10 Mar 2008, 11:52

Unveiling of a Portrait of Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman

Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman and his portraitOn Saturday, 12 May 2007 a portrait of Sir Christopher Zeeman FRS, by the artist Peter Edwards, was unveiled in the Mathematics Institute Common Room by Lady Zeeman in the presence of the Pro-Chancellor John Leighfield, Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift, staff, and alumni who had gathered for the 25th anniversary of the 1981 entry.


Thu 21 Jun 2007, 10:23

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