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Pure Maths Colloquium: Alan Turing and the Riemann hypothesis

Presented by Andrew Booker, Bristol (UK)

13 October 2008 16:15 in CM 107

Many mathematicians are familiar with Alan Turing as a logician, pioneer of computer science, and even war hero. Not so many know that he was also a number theorist. I will describe Turing's interest in the Riemann hypothesis, in a manner accessible to all.

Contact matthew.kerr@durham.ac.uk or vitaliy.kurlin@durham.ac.uk for more information