Join us for the Oxford Integration Bee in L1 at the Maths Institute this Wednesday at 6:00, Open to all!. Cash prizes and free pizza. #invariants #IntegrationBee
read more on our website https://www.invariants.org.uk/2023/02/oxford-integration-bee/
Great talk by #BenGreen. Now join us for snacks! Thanks for joining us! And join us for member talks on Monday!
Join us on Wednesday, 8th Feb 8pm in L1 at the #MathematicalInstitute in #oxford for a talk by Prof. Ben Green on Some Open Problems. #invariants https://www.invariants.org.uk/2023/02/some-open-problems-talk-by-prof-ben-green/?preview=true&frame-nonce=02f5b8cc86
Title: Some open problems
Abstract: I will discuss a variety of open problems of a type which, I hope, will be accessible to all. I will focus on problems which are not quite the most famous ones, and I will try and explain why I think they are interesting.
See you on Wednesday at the Mathematical Institute L1.
Check out another set of #puzzles from our archives. Feel free to reply thoughts, and make sure to visit our website where you can also comment with \( \LaTeX \) .
Mihaela van der Schaar is the John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Medicine at the #UniversityOfCambridge, a Fellow at #TheAlanTuringInstitute, and founder and director of the Cambridge Centre for AI in Medicine (#CCAIM).
Andrew Rashbass is the former CEO of #TheEconomistGroup, #Reuters and #EuromoneyInstitutionalInvestorPLC.
Read more here; ,https://www.invariants.org.uk/2023/01/130/
Very excited to announce the first #invariants event of the year. Should be good fun!!
Check out the Maths + Cancer Podcast by #balliol college, #oxford fellow Vicky Neale who has given talks at the #invariants before. https://oxford.shorthandstories.com/maths-plus-cancer/
Contains lots great maths! #maths
Instead of an #introduction, let's just start with some hard #maths straight from #Oxford. Here's one from our #puzzle archives. Feel free to discuss in the comments, but make sure to hide your #spoilers!!!
From our 2022 Summer Puzzle Challenge,
Let 𝑓(𝑘) be the largest prime factor of positive integer 𝑘. Suppose a sequence (𝑎ₙ) satisfies
𝑎₁ = 2, 𝑎ₙ₊₁ = 𝑎ₙ + 𝑓(𝑎ₙ).
Find the largest value of 𝑛 such that 𝑎ₙ < 10⁴.
All the best from the #invariants :))