Numbers have become a staple of our daily agenda: the number of pandemics, the number of the economy, the number of the majority of governments, the number of the recovery plan. The fifth edition of ‘Mathematical Conversations’ begins here and returns in 2021 in a completely online version dedicated to “A World of Numbers”, open on Sunday 25th April with the online edition on ww.auditoriumplus.com, which starts at 10 am, of the ‘Number of Viruses’ meeting will have the participation of Paolo Giordano.
On May 2, starting again at 10 a.m., Education Minister Patrizio Bianchi’s reflection on the importance of teaching science subjects in schools in Italy will continue in the process. ‘Numbers to learn, numbers to teach’ meeting. Simonetta Iarlori, theoretical physicist, HR Manager, Director of Organization & Transformation at Leonardo, intervened in the discussion. Two key innovations enrich the review: Marco Malvaldi, special commentator in all meetings, who will highlight content with elements that stimulate further reflection and trigger lines Direct wires with schools will be involved, by Caterina Visco, publicist and scientist.
Produced by publishing company il Mulino with the co-production of the Musica per Roma Foundation and with contributions from BPER Banca, Leonardo Spa and TIM and with the technical sponsorship of Agorà, the Dialogue will therefore be a The journey goes through four stages and with math tools, it will lead us to take small steps to understand the intrinsic and invisible matrix that the world is made of: we live and we will build what.
“The Auditorium Plus platform is supplemented with the Mathematical Dialogue of a new lesson cycle, the second foundation since earlier this year in collaboration with publisher Il Mulino, following the success of The Philosophical Dialogue. With this tried and tested formula with international ranges, we decided to give the audience the opportunity to approach math and deepen their knowledge both from within, analyzing its specific content and from outside, through its relationship with other cultural domains, “Foundation Music for Rome CEO Daniele Pitteri explained.
From Sala Petrassi of the Parco della Musica Auditorium in Rome, set to welcome the main characters present, the speakers will go head to head with each other moderated by Pino Donghi.
A live and live dialogue in this new edition is open to connected students, teachers and viewers of all ages from across Italy and beyond.
Among the review’s events: on May 9, streaming starts at 10 o’clock, ‘Smart Numbers’ with Nello Cristianini, computer scientist, professor of Artificial Intelligence at Dai study Bristol. The calendar will conclude with the online launch of the final meeting on Sunday May 16, starting at 10 o’clock, ‘The maths you weren’t expecting’ with David Sumpter, professor of applied mathematics at the University Learn Uppsala and author of the successful Italian series of Maths of Goals (Editions Code).
Meetings will be available on www.auditoriumplus.com starting Sunday, April 25 at 10 a.m., every Sunday until May 16. Auditorium Plus platform until October 31, 2021.
For information and tickets: www.auditorium.com and www.mulino.it.
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