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Living Proof: the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

The Isaac Newton Institute is the world's foremost mathematical research centre. Living Proof aims to highlight the diverse people and interconnected topics linked to its many activities. Interviewees range from visiting academics and lecturers to mathematicians, other scientists, musicians, artists, students, and prominent figures within the University of Cambridge and beyond. The podcast typically involves mathematical themes, but is specifically aimed at a general audience. The focus is on the subjects being interviewed and the social stories they have to tell, not just on the significance and details of the research they may be undertaking. We hope there is interest and inspiration here for everyone.- The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (UK) is an international research centre based in Cambridge, UK. A part of the University of Cambridge, it has been hosting research programmes on mathematical themes since July 1992.Visit > www.newton.ac.uk/news/ini-podcast
Episodes
“Meet the… Simons Postdoctoral Fellows” mini series #7 Dr Nicolas BoulleOctober 31, 2022 Episode artwork “Meet the… Simons Postdoctoral Fellows” mini series #6 Dr Patrick SprengerOctober 31, 2022 Episode artwork Voices from Ukraine: Yuriy Semenov of the Solidarity for Mathematicians programmeOctober 21, 2022 Episode artwork Voices from Ukraine: Nataliya Vaisfel'd of the Solidarity for Mathematicians programmeOctober 21, 2022 Episode artwork #45 Making maths fascinating, an interview with Ben Sparks and Katie StecklesSeptember 20, 2022 Episode artwork #44 Travel, enthusiasm and history: an interview with Don and Silke ZagierAugust 31, 2022 Episode artwork #43 Communicating maths: a journalist’s perspective, an interview with Tom WhippleJuly 06, 2022 Episode artwork #42 Solving the "two-body problem", an interview with Prof Parimala RamanJune 14, 2022 Episode artwork #41 Discovering the "Gems of Hypolytos" - an interview with Prof Herbert GanglMay 17, 2022 Episode artwork #40 Fluid mechanics, turbulence and more: an interview with Prof Rama GovindarajanMay 06, 2022 Episode artwork #39 Meeting one of Canada's most powerful women: an interview with Prof Anita LaytonApril 26, 2022 Episode artwork #38 Amsterdam to INI... by bicycle! An interview with Antoine GagnebinApril 19, 2022 Episode artwork #37 Teaching maths in Africa: an interview with Professor Franca HoffmannFebruary 11, 2022 Episode artwork #36 "You don't need anybody's permission to be a great mathematician", an interview with Dr Nira ChamberlainFebruary 03, 2022 Episode artwork "Meet the... Simons Postdoctoral Fellows" mini series #5 Dr Anagha MadhusudananJanuary 18, 2022 Episode artwork "Meet the... Simons Postdoctoral Fellows" mini series #4 Dr Antoine Remond-TiedrezJanuary 18, 2022 Episode artwork #35 Discussing the "Cluster algebras and representation theory" programmeDecember 10, 2021 Episode artwork "Meet the... Simons Postdoctoral Fellows" mini series #3: Dr Aluna RizzoliNovember 25, 2021 Episode artwork "Meet the... Simons Postdoctoral Fellows" mini series #2: Dr Avi MayorcasNovember 05, 2021 Episode artwork "Meet the... Simons Postdoctoral Fellows" mini series #1: Dr Emine Yildirim November 05, 2021 Episode artwork #34 Welcoming Ulrike Tillmann: a brief interview with INI’s new DirectorOctober 14, 2021 Episode artwork #33 Becoming Bethany Marsh, life as a transgender Professor of MathematicsSeptember 28, 2021 Episode artwork #32: Quanta, MoMath and communicating mathematics with Alex KontorovicAugust 10, 2021 Episode artwork #31 From rural Zimbabwe to international mathematics: an interview with Professor Anotida MadzvamuseJuly 26, 2021 Episode artwork #30 “Exit strategy”: Director David Abrahams looks back on his 2016-2021 tenure at INIJuly 09, 2021 Episode artwork