Daniel Johnson

(Department of Mathematics, The University of Manitoba)

Mathematics and the Natural Sciences

Date Thursday, January 18, 2018

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.