Séminaires : Séminaire Histoire des sciences mathématiques

Equipe(s) : hsm,
Responsables :
Email des responsables : catherine.goldstein@imj-prg.fr
Salle : salle 413 - couloir 15-16
Adresse :Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Description

Le 2ème et/ou le 4e mercredi du mois à 14h


Orateur(s) Lorenzo Lane - University of Edimburgh et IMJ-PRG,
Titre Socialising proof: Understanding the social contexts of proof construction and validation
Date13/01/2016
Horaire11:00 à 13:00
Diffusion
RésumeThe following will present findings from ethnographic research conducted at the Max Planck Institute of mathematics in Bonn, and the Isaac Newton Institute for mathematical sciences in Cambridge. I will begin by outlining how ethnographic methods can provide insight into knowledge production in mathematics; following this I shall discuss the role that social life plays in shaping proofs and developing the mathematical field. My aim is to give a sense of the day to day experiences of mathematical working and collaborating, giving details on the mechanical, habitual, overlooked processes of proof production. By exploring such back-stage work I want to highlight the social processes involved in constructing proofs, and plot out the social history of proofs as they move from person to person to publication.
Sallesalle 413 - couloir 15-16
AdresseCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
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