Visiting Professor of Computing Mathematics
Professor Tony Mann has taught mathematics and computing at the University of Greenwich for over twenty years. He was President of the British Society for the History of Mathematics from 2008 to 2011 and is editor of the Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society.
He has always been fascinated by the interface between mathematics and computing, and he began his career writing software for the mathematical modelling of power plants in the electricity supply...
All Visiting Professor of Computing Mathematics lectures
|Two Losses Make a Win: How a Physicist Surprised Mathematicians||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 16 March 2015|
|When Maths Doesn't Work: What we learn from the Prisoners' Dilemma||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 16 February 2015|
|This Lecture Will Surprise You: When Logic is Illogical||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 19 January 2015|
|Might as well toss a coin: How random numbers help us find exact solutions||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 17 March 2014|
|Finding Stable Matches: The Mathematics of Computer Dating||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 17 February 2014|
|User Error: Why it's not your fault||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 20 January 2014|
|Proof by Computer and Proof by Human||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 15 April 2013|
|How computers get it wrong: 2+2 = 5||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 4 March 2013|
|Arithmetic by Computer and by Human||Professor Tony Mann||Monday 4 February 2013|