Michael Harding - Contraband Mathematics: George Green and Bromley House Library

The talk will explore how George Green used Bromley House during his membership of the library

Sat, 21 Sep 2019
10:30AM - 11:30AM
Bromley House Library
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Bromley House Library was significant to George Green when he was writing his 1828 paper 'Application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism'. In the presentation Michael will explore how George Green used Bromley House during his membership of the library. Michael co-authored the paper, Contraband Mathematics, published in the Journal, Mathematical Intelligencer, March 2019 which he looks forward to presenting.

Michael is studying A levels at Southwell Minster School.

Booking open from 28th August - reserved tickets must be paid for within 7 days of reservation. You can pay by cash or card in person, cheque in person or by post, card in person or by phone. unpaid tickets will be offered to the waiting list. 0115 9473134 /
We regret that we are not currently accessible to wheelchair users and the visit will include three flights of stairs

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