Compact Course: How to write mathematics
Video Course with Nick Higham, University of Manchester
The International Research Training Group IGDK München - Graz is offering a video course on "How to write mathematics" with Professor Nick Higham of the University of Manchester, UK.
How to write mathematics
The course, which Nick Higham prepared for his graduate students at the University of Manchester when the corona pandemic sent the universities into lockdown, gives an invaluable insight into writing project descriptions, presentations and theses in a clear and understandable manner, without unnecessary diversions. The numerous tips are based on Highams SIAM "Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences" but are presented in a series of short videos, in which Nick Higham personally takes you through the processes needed to refine your mathematical writing.
The "Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences" is available at the TUM MA/IN Library.
Professor Nick Higham
Nick Higham is Royal Society Research Professor and Richardson Professor of Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematics, University of Manchester. He has more than 160 refereed publications on topics such as rounding error analysis, linear systems, least squares problems, matrix functions and nonlinear matrix equations, condition number estimation, and polynomial eigenvalue problems. Higham ist the author of four SIAM books, including the "Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences" and "Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Algorithms", and is editor of "The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics." This year he was awarded the George Pólya Prize for Mathematical Exposition by SIAM.
Information for participants
The link to the videos will be sent to you via email after registration, for you to view in your own time. As this is not a live course, we unfortunately cannot give a certificate or credit hours for participation.
Please register by 31 May 2021 using our Online-Formular.