Daniel Johnson

(Department of Mathematics, The University of Manitoba)

Mathematics and the Natural Sciences

Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018
Time: 14:30
Location: 208 Armes

This talk concerns the application of exact mathematical method to the varied and fluctuating objects of the known world. Placed in the intersection and interactions of a rigidly structured empirical reality with the nuances of human intellect and the vagaries of perception - the aim is to approach a few relevant fundamental questions. Certain equations from physics will be exhibited and analysed within this mentality.

Upcoming Seminars

Graduate Student seminar:
Daniel Johnson: Mathematics and the Natural Sciences
Thursday, January 18 at 14:30, 208 Armes.

Graduate Student seminar:
Kyrylo Muliarchyk
Thursday, January 18 at 15:00, 208 Armes.

Graduate Student seminar:
Sahar Rahimzad Lamey
Thursday, January 25 at 14:30, 208 Armes.

Graduate Student seminar:
Babak Irandoust-Azar
Thursday, January 25 at 15:00, 208 Armes.