Math Encounters: "Parties, Doughnuts, and Coloring: From Königsberg to Cutting Edge Research," with Maria Chudnovsky (4:00 pm)
Leonhard Euler’s late 1700s paper on the Seven Bridges of Königsberg launched a new field in mathematics, graph theory, that focuses on representing information about connections between pairs of objects. Graphs are widely used today as a modeling tool in engineering, social sciences, and many other fields. Join Princeton University Professor Maria Chudnovsky on a journey that begins with some simple problems in graph theory and leads to an exploration of some of the most active fields in modern mathematical research.
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Light refreshments will be served after the 4:00 pm session and at 6:30 pm in advance of the second session.
Math Encounters is a public presentation series celebrating the spectacular world of mathematics, presented by the Simons Foundation and the National Museum of Mathematics.
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