The MPE CDT has a great pleasure invite you to ‘Mathematics of Planet Earth’ Exhibition which will take place in the main entrance of Imperial’s South Kensington Campus, between Saturday 24 October– Sunday 1 November 2015. Mathematics of Planet Earth is an international exhibition displaying exhibits, videos and computer programs. Collectively these illustrate how mathematics plays a role in answering essential questions that concern our planet. In graphics visualisations and hands-on experiments you will discover the contributions that mathematics makes to topics such as astronomy, fluid dynamics, seismology, glaciology and cartography. The MPE CDT will provide a number of activities and tours available for families and children of all ages.
Guided tours run about 1 hour and are limited to 15 guests at a time. On every single day of the exhibition but Saturday 24th October (when exhibition commences at 12.00), guided tours are offered on the hour starting at 9 am, and the last tour departs at 4 pm.
Within the MPE Exhibition programme, we are also delighted to present, a public lecture series, featuring an array of outstanding and fascinating talks. The lectures will take place in the South Kensington Campus, the ICSM building, room 402. The lectures schedule is as follows:
Friday 23 October at 5pm Talk by Prof Christiane Rousseau (Université de Montréal) on” Mathematics of Planet Earth”
Tuesday 27 October at 5pm talk by Prof Gert-Martin Greuel (University of Kaiserslautern) on “Mathematics between Research, Application and Communication”. You can download the slides as a pdf here.
Thursday 29 October at 5pm talk by Prof Mickael Chekroun (University of California, Los Angeles) on “Another look at climate dynamics: Hot intuitions vs. cold formulas”. You can download the slides as a pdf here.
MPE exhibition catalogue:
‘Mathematics of Planet Earth’ Exhibition is free to attend so please come along and enjoy what promises to be a great exhibition. For more information on the exhibition, please download this flyer and the MPE exhibition catalogue.
You can interact with this event on Twitter using the hashtag #mathsonearth.