Hi all! You can be kept up to date on my adventures with math/science/life over at my new blog. notabstractnonsense.com Yes, there is an rss feed there. 🙂 Advertisements Continue reading Switched to a jekyll blog.
Originally posted on PUT IT ALL ON RED:
You’re a doctor? I don’t really know anything about medicine, but can you explain exactly how the endocrine system works in two minutes or less? You’re a writer? I had a terrible writing teacher in high school. I bet I wouldn’t like you. You’re a carpenter? You must be super good at carpentering. You’re a singer? I… Continue reading If I Reacted to Other People’s Careers the Way They React to Me Becoming a Mathematician
It has minimal mathematics and is mostly composed of very light exposition. Still, it was good practice on writing a mathematics presentation with Prezi. You can find it here. Continue reading My matrix completion presentation for the undergrad math seminar.
Check the 2013 brochure by SIAM on applied mathematics in industry. Continue reading Check the 2013 brochure by SIAM on applied mathematics in industry.
This Monday, 22/07, the Stanford She++ will release a documentary on Vimeo on women in computer science. Check out the trailer and remember to visit vimeo after Monday to watch the whole thing. 🙂 Continue reading She++ : Women & Computer Science
Originally posted on Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP:
Or rather to find bold paths when opportunity gives only part of a map Robert Oppenheimer was one of the great physicists of the last century. He is most famous, of course, for his leadership of the Manhattan Project—the project that created the first atomic bomb. Today I want to talk about research and… Continue reading It Takes Guts To Do Research