Great Mathematicians, Great Mathematics: An Introduction by Professor Raymond Flood

Gresham Professor of Geometry, Professor Raymond Flood, introduces us to his 2014-15 lecture series on the lives and work of the greatest Mathematicians in history. From Fermat to Euler, Fourier to Cantor, Professor Flood will examine the biography of each, placing their work in it historical context. Then, through examples and applications, he explains the importance of their work to modern mathematics.


Professor Raymond Flood

Professor of Geometry

Raymond Flood has spent most of his academic life promoting mathematics and computing to adult audiences, mainly through his position as University Lecturer at Oxford University, in the Continuing Education Department and at Kellogg College.

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