# Higher Education

- Giving a talk at Eli and Ricky’s geometry seminar. (October 19, 2021)Combinatorics and more
- Xournal++Explaining mathematics
- Here There Be Dragons[UNTITLED BLOG]
- 17 octobre 1961 [memory of a massacre]Xi'an's Og
- xkcd über ungelöste mathematische ProblemeMathlog
- the calculating stars [book review]Xi'an's Og
- My Virtual StarsTanya Khovanova's Math Blog
- A Young Person's Game?Computational Complexity
- An eye-opening cathedralJourney In Mathematics
- GANs as density estimatorsXi'an's Og
- Bolin FellowBlog – Mathematics & Statistics
- Theorema Magnum MM: das Skalierungslimit schleifenbereinigter IrrfahrtenMathlog
- ensemble Metropolis-HastingsXi'an's Og
- Newtons FraktalMathlog
- COVID by numbers [not a book review]Xi'an's Og
- Can hyflex be made to work?Robert Talbert, Ph.D.
- Visiting Assistant Professor of MathematicsBlog – Mathematics & Statistics
- What Is a Matrix Norm?Nick Higham
- causal inference makes it to StockholmXi'an's Og
- Coding Theory and CryptographyYet Another Mathblog
- I have a book out on muffins (you prob already know that)Computational Complexity
- bravo, Dr. Robert!!!Xi'an's Og
- Taster Sessions Update October 10 2021Explaining mathematics
- Bayesians at the helm!Xi'an's Og
- Was bedeutet diese Formel?Mathlog
- “Cambridge colleges accused of exploiting ‘gig economy’ tutors’’ (Guardian)Clément Mouhot
- congrats, Dr. Clarté!Xi'an's Og
- Spring 2022 Math/Stat TA ApplicationsBlog – Mathematics & Statistics
- C++ is for Cookie and That's Good Enough for MeComputational Complexity
- On ceding power to learnersRobert Talbert, Ph.D.
- EM rocks!Xi'an's Og
- What’s New in MATLAB R2021b?Nick Higham
- After 1 year of being sick…Journey In Mathematics
- Theorema Magnum MIM: Vergleich der Regulatoren von Beilinson und BorelMathlog
- 18.404J Theory of Computation (MIT)MIT OpenCourseWare: New Courses in Mathematics
- Physik-NobelpreiseMathlog
- Beautiful World, Where Are You?Quomodocumque
- Mathematicians solve an old geometry problem on equiangular linesMIT News - Mathematics
- Access To Epidemic Modeling[UNTITLED BLOG]
- How have computers changed society? Harry Lewis (with co-authors) have a book out on that.Computational Complexity
- To cheer you up in difficult times 32, Annika Heckel’s guest post: How does the Chromatic Number of a Random Graph Vary?Combinatorics and more
- Das Gespenst der WahrscheinlichkeitMathlog
- Simpson’s paradox: when intuition lets you down when working with fractionsExplaining mathematics
- Sabbatical September Report: My Year as a Data ScientistSolvable by Radicals
- What is the relationship between ratio and proportion.Welcome to the world of Ganit(Math.) \| Ganit Charcha
- Being the ChairComputational Complexity
- Theorema Magnum MXMVIII: die Baum-Connes-Vermutung für kokompakte Gitter in SL3Mathlog
- Watch “6 NEW features in Microsoft Teams 2021 \| Whiteboard updates, Reply to Specific Chat message, & more” on YouTubeExplaining mathematics
- The language of changeMIT News - Mathematics
- Math Stations and ExpectationsEducational Aspirations
- The Top Fifty Largest Numbers that Start a Sequence in the OEISTanya Khovanova's Math Blog
- My academic lineage and more interesting facts that come out of itComputational Complexity
- Why Conferences?Computational Complexity
- Theorema Magnum MXMVII: das Scheffer-Shnirelman-ParadoxonMathlog
- To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 31: Federico Ardila’s Four Axioms for Cultivating DiversityCombinatorics and more
- What Is a Vector Norm?Nick Higham
- Moving on from rigorRobert Talbert, Ph.D.
- FixerstubenMathlog
- The New Jeopardy Champion is a `A CS grad student from a school in New Haven'Computational Complexity
- Joint-Groups SudokuTanya Khovanova's Math Blog
- Dream a Little Dream: Quantum Computer Poetry for the Skeptics (Part I, mainly 2019)Combinatorics and more
- The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Kick-Off Dinner, Sept 22 6:30pmBlog – Mathematics & Statistics
- Miracle People: A “Genius Box” Postscript[UNTITLED BLOG]
- To Cheer you up in difficult times 30: Irit Dinur, Shai Evra, Ron Livne, Alex Lubotzky, and Shahar Mozes Constructed Locally Testable Codes with Constant Rate, Distance, and LocalityCombinatorics and more