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SUMMARY:Computationally Assisted Mathematical Discovery and Experimental Mathematics: ACMES 2
DESCRIPTION:CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION\n\nComputational Discovery\, also called Experimental Mathematics\, is the use of symbolic and numerical computation to discover patterns\, to identify particular numbers and sequences\, and to gather evidence in support of specific mathematical assertions that may themselves arise by computational means. In recent decades\, computer-assisted mathematical discovery has profoundly transformed the strategies used to expand mathematical knowledge. In addition to symbolic and numerical computation\, a new trend that shows tremendous potential is the use of novel visualization techniques. The current situation was well summarized by a recent ICMI study: “The latest developments in computer and video technology have provided a multiplicity of computational and symbolic tools that have rejuvenated mathematics and mathematics education. Two important examples of this revitalization are experimental mathematics and visual theorems.” \nACMES will be held at Western University in London\, ON\, Canada from May 12-15\, 2016. Graduate students are particularly encouraged to contribute and attend. \nA copy of the conference poster is available here. \nPlease check the conference website for registration\, conference program\, information on additional events and accommodations. \nINVITED SPEAKERS\n\n\n\nJonathan Borwein\nUniversity of Newcastle (CARMA Institute)\n\n\nNeil J. A. Sloane\nOEIS Foundation\, and Rutgers University (Dept. of Mathematics)\n\n\nErnest Davis\nNew York University (Dept. of Computer Science)\n\n\nPatrick Fowler\nSheffield University (Dept. of Chemistry)\n\n\nDavid Stoutemeyer\nUniversity of Hawaii (Dept. of Information and Computer Science)\n\n\nLila Kari\nUniversity of Waterloo (Dept. of Computer Science)\n\n\nJim Brown\nUniversity of Toronto (Dept. of Philosophy)\n\n\nDavid H. Bailey\nUniversity of California\, Davis (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.)\n\n\nAnn Johnson\nCornell University (Dept. of Science and Technology Studies)\n\n\nKey Participant: Yuri V. Matiyasevich (Russian Academy of Sciences\, St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics) \nView abstracts on the conference website. \nCONFERENCE VIDEOS\n\nThe ACMES 2 video playlist now includes talks from the first two days of the conference. Remaining videos from the conference will be available soon. \n[embedyt]https://youtu.be/o7CiTcUWJ28?list=PLkMaaEPd7InL_hWKXk_uBWJ675V0t5Jno[/embedyt]\n \nPROGRAM COMMITTEE\n\n\nJonathan Borwein\, Newcastle (Mathematics)\nRob Corless\, Western (Applied Mathematics)\nNicolas Fillion\, SFU (Philosophy)\nDavid Jeffrey\, Western (Applied Mathematics)\nIlias Kotsireas\, WLU (Computer Science)\nChris Smeenk\, Western (Philosophy)
URL:https://www.rotman.uwo.ca/event/computationally-assisted-mathematical-discovery-experimental-mathematics-acmes-2/
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