March 14 – Simon Singh Conference: Homer’s Last Theorem — From Fermat to The Simpsons

Join Simon Singh, one of the world’s most popular science and maths writers on a whistle-stop tour through the bestselling books that he has written over the last two decades. Fermat’s Last Theorem looks at one of the biggest mathematical puzzles of the millennium; The Code Book shares the secrets of cryptology; and Simon’s latest book, The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets, enters the world of the world’s most popular TV show. Simon will also discuss his other books, Big Bang, which explores the history of cosmology, and “Trick or Treatment?”, which asks some hard questions about alternative medicine.
Date : March 14, 2018
Time : 19h30
Venue : Université de Montréal, Pavillon Jean-Coutu, Salle S1-151

Le 14 mars est le Jour de Pi ! 
Animations sur Pi à compter de 19h.

La conférence sera suivie d’un vin d’honneur  

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Launching of the activities of the CRM’s 50th anniversary

March 9, 2018, 4 p.m.

Conference by Jean-Pierre Bourguignon (European Research Council)

Mathématiques, science et technologie, une nouvelle donne – quelques exemples inspirés par les actions du CRM

(Lecture in French with slides in English)

Université de Montréal
Pavillon Jean-Coutu
2940, chemin de Polytechnique
salle S1-151

A reception follows.

See slideshow of the launching.

  • Luc Vinet
    Luc Vinet, le directeur du CRM livre son discours pour le 50e anniversaire du CRM le 9 mars 2018.

Photos by Richard Poissant.