Index

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0xDE
Professor of Computer Science at UC Irvine, researching graph algorithms and computational geometry. Wikipedian. Amateur photographer. Father of two.
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AMS Graduate Student Blog
A blog for and by math grad students.
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Asaf Karagila
I don't have much choice.
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Borasky Research Journal
The Borasky Research Journal is about my personal research. Most of that is in three areas - statistics / data science, data-driven journalism and open source software. I also occasionally blog about algorithmic composition and synthesis of music.
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Casting out Nines
I am a mathematician and educator with interests in cryptology, computer science, and STEM education. I am affiliated with the Mathematics Department at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. The views here are my own and are not necessarily shared by GVSU.\n
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cloudnumbers.com blog
cloudnumbers.com is a German company which provides researchers and companies with the resources to perform high performance calculations in the cloud. Our aim is to change the way of research collaboration is done today by bringing together scientists and businesses from all over the world on a single platform. cloudnumbers.com is a international high-tech startup striving for enabling everyone to benefit from the High Performance Computing related advantages of the cloud. We provide easy access to applications running on any kind of computer hardware: from single core high memory machines up to 1000 cores computer clusters in the cloud. In our blog I post articles concerning cloud computing, high-performance computing, about applications in HPC and useful tips for HPC: http://cloudnumbers.com/blog Currently, I am the only blogger. I did my PhD in "Parallel Computing for Biological data" at the University of Munich. After this I was working as a Post-Doc at the TU Munich and had a research focus on HPC for Life Science. In June 2011 I joined cloudnumbers.com
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Complexity science
Aspiring complexity scientist and consultant
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Cool Math Stuff
Ethan Brown is a 13 year old Math prodigy who enjoys sharing his passion for Mathematics with others. Cool Math Stuff is written so non-Mathematicians can get a better glimpse of those things that Math folks find so cool.
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cp's mathem-o-blog
This blog is a place for me to write some notes about the research I'm doing, for the clarification of my thoughts and the amusement of passers-by.
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Deep Thoughts and Silliness
No summary available for this site.
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Doc Madhattan
Physics and mathematics blog about research news
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dropsea
Scientific blog about mathematics, physics, and sometimes also chemistry. You can also read posts about comics, books and music
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Felix Breuer's Blog
I write about odds and ends that do not fit anywhere else. I also post announcements whenever I add additional content towww.felixbreuer.net, which is where you can find most of my work.
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Frank Waaldijk's math & science & philosophy blog
A personal blog containing thoughts and questions on math & science & philosophy.
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God Plays Dice
I'm Michael Lugo. I have a PhD in mathematics from Penn and currently teach statistics at Berkeley, although this blog reflects my views and not the views of my employer. This blog is the reincarnation of the old God Plays Dice, and is about mathematics, not anything to do with religion. The name is my answer to a quote of Einstein in a letter to Max Born: \"Quantum mechanics is certainly imposing. But an inner voice tells me that it is not yet the real thing. The theory says a lot, but does not really bring us any closer to the secret of the 'old one.' I, at any rate, am convinced that He does not throw dice.\"
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Good Math, Bad Math
No summary available for this site.
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Gowers's weblog
I am a member of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Cambridge University and also a fellow ofTrinity College. My main mathematical interests are analysis and combinatorics, with a particular focus on the burgeoning area of arithmetic combinatorics (roughly speaking, the study of a cluster of fascinating and interestingly related problems, some of which are about numbers even if they don't really count as number theory in the sense in which that term is usually understood). I also have an interest in general questions about mathematics, and how it is discovered and transmitted-hence this blog.
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Knot your average sheep
My name is Haggis and I reside mainly on a sofa in Edinburgh. As a mathematician trained in Knot Theory, I feel the need to communicate some of the beauty of mathematics to the general public and to change people's perceptions of what mathematics really is.\nWhen I am not learning new cool maths and science facts, I like going up hills in the back of rucksacks, drinking hot chocolate and trying to save the environment.
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Lasting Gems
The raison d'tre of this blog is two-fold: first, discuss about scientific topics I enjoy, e.g., mathematics, computer science, biology, psychology etc. , and second exchange comments with you about topics you are interested in, in case you have any.
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Life Through A Mathematician's Eyes
The study of mathematics is like air or water to our technological society.
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Lindons Log
No summary available for this site.
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M-Phi
A blog dedicated to mathematical philosophy.
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mathbabe
No summary available for this site.
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Mathblogging.org - The Blog
This is the blog for http://www.mathblogging.org. Mathblogging.org is designed as a convenient place to check on the mathematical blogosphere. On this blog we will write about the development of the site as well as about mathematical posts we found interesting.
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Mathematics under the Microscope
The author attempts to start a dialogue between mathematicians and cognitive scientists. He discusses, from a working mathematician's point of view, the mystery of mathematical intuition: why are certain mathematical concepts are more intuitive than the others? To what extent the \"small scale\" structure of mathematical concepts and algorithms reflects the workings of the human brain? What are the \"elementary particles\" of mathematics which build up the mathematical universe?
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Mola Mola
Science, seas, statistics and society
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NIMBioS
The NIMBioS, written by staff at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, showcases news and commentary related to mathematical biology.
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Open Window
No summary available for this site.
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Peter Krautzberger
My blog serves as a professional academic homepage, representing my activities as a researcher in all aspects, publishing, exposition, talks, and more.
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Piece of Mind
I am a Professor of Mathematics, and an elected member of the Board of Governors at the University of British Columbia. Much of my public service over the years revolved around trying to position Canada as a major player within the world's scientific community. Issues I care about include Canadian academic life, public policy towards R&D, Science in the developing world, and global politics.
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