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In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to **Dr Swapnil Jaideo Kole** to learn about her journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending three months on the INI research programme "New statistical physics in living matter: non equilibrium states under adaptive control" and nine months working with Professor Michael Cates at Cambridge University’s Department for Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics – means to her personally.

In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to **Dr Swapnil Jaideo Kole** to learn about her journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending three months on the INI research programme "New statistical physics in living matter: non equilibrium states under adaptive control" and nine months working with Professor Michael Cates at Cambridge University’s Department for Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics – means to her personally.

Following successful interactions across continents (on top of the usual collaborations taking place at the Cambridge base),

Following successful interactions across continents (on top of the usual collaborations taking place at the Cambridge base),

Taking place on Saturday 23 March at 11:00, the talk is in fact now

... and remember that even if you aren't able to attend in person, the talk will be streamed live on our site and made available to view after the event. So make sure to bookmark the following two links.

Taking place on Saturday 23 March at 11:00, the talk is in fact now

... and remember that even if you aren't able to attend in person, the talk will be streamed live on our site and made available to view after the event. So make sure to bookmark the following two links.

In February 2022, Olena Domanska and her family left their home in Ukraine. The ongoing Russian invasion has meant that they are yet to return to the world they left behind. However, through her engagement with INI's **Solidarity for mathematicians**** **programme, she and her family are currently based near the University of Manchester where she is continuing her work on neural networks "at the intercept of artificial intelligence and differential equations".

In this podcast, Olena - mother to five children, including an eight-month-old daughter - talks through her experience of the Solidarity programme and how it has made the continuation of her career possible under trying circumstances.

In February 2022, Olena Domanska and her family left their home in Ukraine. The ongoing Russian invasion has meant that they are yet to return to the world they left behind. However, through her engagement with INI's **Solidarity for mathematicians**** **programme, she and her family are currently based near the University of Manchester where she is continuing her work on neural networks "at the intercept of artificial intelligence and differential equations".

In this podcast, Olena - mother to five children, including an eight-month-old daughter - talks through her experience of the Solidarity programme and how it has made the continuation of her career possible under trying circumstances.

Thanks to the generous support of the Simons Foundation, the INI-Simons Postdoctoral Fellowships in Mathematics is now in its second year of enabling “exceptional early career researchers in the mathematical sciences” to gain “experience, independence and new connections on their way to a successful academic career”.

In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Samuel Stark to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.

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In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Samuel Stark to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.

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In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Zhao-He Watse Sybesma to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.

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To mark this happy occasion, we - together with our colleagues at Plus magazine and the Maths on the move! podcast - present this short documentary. In it we speak not only to Wiles himself, but to others who were a part of this historic moment or whose work the proof continues to inspire.

Find more, including a video interview with Andrew Wiles and accompanying article, right here: https://www.newton.ac.uk/news/ini-news/wiles-flt-30/ ]]>

To mark this happy occasion, we - together with our colleagues at Plus magazine and the Maths on the move! podcast - present this short documentary. In it we speak not only to Wiles himself, but to others who were a part of this historic moment or whose work the proof continues to inspire.

Find more, including a video interview with Andrew Wiles and accompanying article, right here: https://www.newton.ac.uk/news/ini-news/wiles-flt-30/ ]]>

A "knowledge intermediary for the mathematical sciences" and the "impact initiative" of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, the Gateway has spent the past decade connecting mathematical research with industry, businesses, the public sector and other scientific disciplines.

To mark this happy occasion - and to look back at the past, and ahead to the future -

A "knowledge intermediary for the mathematical sciences" and the "impact initiative" of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, the Gateway has spent the past decade connecting mathematical research with industry, businesses, the public sector and other scientific disciplines.

To mark this happy occasion - and to look back at the past, and ahead to the future -

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In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Nicolas Boulle to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.]]>

In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Nicolas Boulle to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.]]>

In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Patrick Sprenger to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.]]>

In this episode of Living Proof, Dan Aspel speak to Dr Patrick Sprenger to learn about his journey through mathematics so far, and to find out what being awarded this Fellowship – which involves spending six months on an INI research programme and six months working at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Maths – means to him personally.]]>

This episode of the podcast tells Yuriy's story in his own words.

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This episode of the podcast tells Yuriy's story in his own words.

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This podcast tells Nataliya’s story in her own words.

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This podcast tells Nataliya’s story in her own words.

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As they often work together, these two experienced explainers and explorers of mathematics have much advice and insight to offer to the listener.

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As they often work together, these two experienced explainers and explorers of mathematics have much advice and insight to offer to the listener.

Find out more about

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In episode #44 of Living Proof, **Dan Aspel** and **Christie Marr** speak to both **Don Zagier **and **Silke Zagier**. Don is a widely respected number theorist and currently and currently "Retired Scientific Member and Director" of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn. This summer he has been involved in two INI programmes: K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory and New connections in number theory and physics. Silke, meanwhile, is an experienced administrator and historian of mathematics. Topics covered include their individual life stories, as well as the realities of being a married, travelling couple within the world of academia.

**00:00** - Introduction**00:48** - Welcome**01:20** - Involvement in two consecutive INI programmes, travelling together as part of an academic career**06:30** - Being the partner of an INI visitor, the potential for bringing young children**12:20** - How to earn a significant academic reputation ("I just kept getting older and older... and people look up to you because you're still there!")**14:20**: Enthusiasm, and the motto "modular forms are everywhere"**16:35**: Adjusting to post-pandemic working, the challenges of delayed programmes at INI**18:20**: Highlight of an INI visit: to work with such a variety of people, and to visit other institutions (see Talks elsewhere)**24:58**: Silke's research into the history of Japanese mathematics during the country's "sakoku" period.

In episode #44 of Living Proof, **Dan Aspel** and **Christie Marr** speak to both **Don Zagier **and **Silke Zagier**. Don is a widely respected number theorist and currently and currently "Retired Scientific Member and Director" of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn. This summer he has been involved in two INI programmes: K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory and New connections in number theory and physics. Silke, meanwhile, is an experienced administrator and historian of mathematics. Topics covered include their individual life stories, as well as the realities of being a married, travelling couple within the world of academia.

**00:00** - Introduction**00:48** - Welcome**01:20** - Involvement in two consecutive INI programmes, travelling together as part of an academic career**06:30** - Being the partner of an INI visitor, the potential for bringing young children**12:20** - How to earn a significant academic reputation ("I just kept getting older and older... and people look up to you because you're still there!")**14:20**: Enthusiasm, and the motto "modular forms are everywhere"**16:35**: Adjusting to post-pandemic working, the challenges of delayed programmes at INI**18:20**: Highlight of an INI visit: to work with such a variety of people, and to visit other institutions (see Talks elsewhere)**24:58**: Silke's research into the history of Japanese mathematics during the country's "sakoku" period.

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In episode #43 of Living Proof,

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**00:00** - Introduction**00:49** - Welcome**01:30** - First discovering mathematics, encouragement by Parimala's father**03:20** - Gender and mathematics, pursuing a PHD as a woman**05:20** - Choosing Emory University, being close to her son**07:50** - Becoming a role model for younger women, "I feel very honoured to have this kind of impact"**09:10** - Solving "the two-body problem" of following a partner's career around the globe, from Tanzania to Switzerland to India, "If he had not followed me, I would have given up mathematics at that point"**13:10** - Reconnecting with peers at INI's "K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory" programme, "it has been a very, very enjoyable and fruitful trip"**17:30** - "Grab the opportunity!"

**00:00** - Introduction**00:49** - Welcome**01:30** - First discovering mathematics, encouragement by Parimala's father**03:20** - Gender and mathematics, pursuing a PHD as a woman**05:20** - Choosing Emory University, being close to her son**07:50** - Becoming a role model for younger women, "I feel very honoured to have this kind of impact"**09:10** - Solving "the two-body problem" of following a partner's career around the globe, from Tanzania to Switzerland to India, "If he had not followed me, I would have given up mathematics at that point"**13:10** - Reconnecting with peers at INI's "K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory" programme, "it has been a very, very enjoyable and fruitful trip"**17:30** - "Grab the opportunity!"