(I can’t believe that, for the whole two days I was there, I didn’t hear a single person make this pun even once…) At the start of October, the Archive Trust dispatched me to London. My mission was record to a conference on The Philosophy and Physics of Emmy Noether, at the University of Notre […]
Edmund is a business planner and entrepreneur, probably from Aberysthwyth or Devizes or something. Before collaborating with the Archive Trust, he helped manage servers and software for the UK Government. He thinks living on a boat is cool, because he lives on a boat. He also thinks dad jokes are funny. Can you guess why?
Teuntje is a physics researcher at the University of Bristol, originally from Amsterdam. She has recently defended her PhD thesis on orbital and spin angular momentum of electrons and light. She’s interning at the Archive Trust until December. In her spare time, she likes to row, to climb and to cook new dishes for friends.
Mike is a retired businessman, originally from Hatch End. He has been collecting the recordings in the archive for over forty years. He enjoys the music of Tom Lehrer, the books of Val McDermid, and any anecdotes about mathematicians you might have lying around. For many years, Mike lived in France. He still maintains a
Joe is a maths PhD student at the University of Bristol, originally from Watford. He’s interning at the Archive Trust until November. He studies the representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras. Someone has to. He irons more than most students (ie, at all), and is currently trying to read more books by the late Ursula K.
In additon to the other activities listed in the Section Aims and Activities, the Trust has become increasingly active in the last two year in the scanning of archives of material of importance for the History of Mathematics, Science and Philosophy with a view to making these available to researchers on line. This field of