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Chris Budd at Queen's University Belfast

'What have mathematicians done for us?' Chris Budd will talk about the applications of maths to real world problems
What
  • Location: Ulster
  • Secondary
When Oct 20, 2017
from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
Where Queen's University, Belfast
Contact Name
Contact Phone +44 (0)28 90971424
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Chris Budd is professor of Maths at Bath University, professor of Maths at the Royal Institution and Gresham Professor of Geometry.

Chris Budd is a passionate populariser of mathematics.  He works on a number of projects with schools and has written a book. "Mathematics Galore".  He has made numerous guest appearances on national radio and television.  He has been recognised with many awards for his work in maths over a number of years.

 

Larmor Lecture Theatre

Queen's University

Belfast