ColAUMS Space

ColAUMS Space is the AUMS club newsletter and features club news, interesting maths, profiles of working mathematicians and plenty of puzzles. In 2013 there will be two editions per semester.

Every maths lover is welcome and encouraged to write for ColAUMS Space. You could discuss your favourite theorem or unsolved problem, outline some maths history or review a maths book (or movie!). If you have something you would like to write about let us know your idea! If you are unsure of what you could write about we have plenty of suggestions you could try out. If you would like to write for ColAUMS Space, please contact us via colaums.space[at]gmail.com.

Read ColAUMS Space

Edition 2, 2014 | Read Online

Featuring:

  • Introduction
  • Pubcrawl Review
  • CS Rationale
  • Book Review
  • Historical Profile
  • Work Profile
  • rdrr
  • Puzzles

Edition 1, 2014 | Read Online

Featuring:

  • Welcome
  • AMSI Summer School
  • First year's guide
  • Primes
  • Splines
  • Book Review
  • Historical Profile
  • Maths Profile: Mika Peace
  • Puzzles

2013 Issues

Edition 4, 2013 | Download | Read online

Featuring:

  • Functioning twelves
  • Quiz Night review
  • Stats and alcohol
  • Axioms and language
  • Borsuk–Ulam shazam
  • Maths profile: Jim Hill
  • Dinner bills
  • Puzzles

Edition 3, 2013 | Download | Read online

Featuring:

  • An apology
  • Pubcrawl review
  • Play-dough, jigsaws and glue
  • The Nepalese flag
  • Rich numbers
  • Twin primes
  • Maths profile: Carrie Samuels
  • Mathsphilia
  • Puzzles

Edition 2, 2013 | Download | Read online

Featuring:

  • Pubcrawl preview
  • The travelling salesman
  • Markov chains
  • Livers and rats
  • Une rencontre
  • Maths profile: Dr Trent Mattner
  • Maths symbols bingo
  • Puzzles

Edition 1, 2013 | Download | Read online

Featuring:

  • An introduction to ColAUMS Space
  • What is AUMS?
  • New prime verified
  • An ex-first year's guide to first year maths
  • 3: is it really the magic number?
  • A problem of some gravity
  • Maths profile: Dr Naomi Benger
  • Maths (co)signs
  • Puzzles



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