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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Mathematics Video Lectures

Sorry for such a long delay since the last update.. I have been studying alot and did not have time to update.

This time I have add more mathematics video lectures I had in my bookmarks.


The Practice of Mathematics
There are several central mathematical problems, or complexes of problems, that every mathematician who is eager to acquire some broad competence in the subject would like to understand, even if he has no ambition to attack them all. That would be out of the question! Those with the most intellectual and aesthetic appeal to the lecturer are in number theory, classical applied mathematics and mathematical physics. In spite of forty years as a mathematician, he has diffculty describing these problems, even to himself, in a simple, cogent and concise manner that makes it clear what is wanted and why. As a possible, but only partial, remedy the professor thought he might undertake to explain them to a lay audience.

He shall try for a light touch including, in particular, some historical background. Nevertheless the lectures are to be about mathematics. In the first set, there will be geometrical constructions, simple algebraic equations, prime numbers, and perhaps an occasional integral. Every attempt will be made to explain the necessary notions clearly and simply, taking very little for granted except the good will of the audience.



The following and more seminar video lectures can be found at:
http://www.math.duke.edu/computing/broadcast.html

Applied Mathematics Seminars (Duke University)
Seminars Website

Seminars cover a broad range of topics including Numerical Analysis, Ordinary and Partial differential equations, Nonlinear systems, Scientific computing, Dynamical systems theory, Mathematical biology, Pattern formation, and Complex physical systems.

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Geometry/Topology Seminars (Duke University)
Seminars Website

Topology seminars cover moduli spaces of algebraic curves, 3-manifolds, stratified spaces, real and complex algebraic varieties. Geometry seminars cover the geometry and arithmetic of algebraic varieties, the geometry of singularities, general relativity and gravitational lensing exterior differential systems, the geometry of PDE and conservation laws, geometric analysis and Lie groups, modular forms, control theory and Finsler geometry, and index theory.

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General Mathematics Lectures (Duke University)
Lectures Website

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KDI Seminars (Duke University)
Seminars Website

Lectures covering the special topic of the study of the intricate and little-understood complexities of how liquids flow through porous media such as geological formations.

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String Theory Seminars (Duke University)
Seminars Website

Lectures on String Theory from the Center for Geometry and Theoretical Physics.

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10 Comments:

  • Thanks for the links

    By Anonymous Dave, at Thu Oct 19, 01:14:00 AM 2006  

  • You're welcome!

    By Blogger Peteris Krumins, at Thu Oct 19, 10:10:00 PM 2006  

  • amazing...now if only there was an electrical engineering post, id be super super amazed :)

    By Anonymous EE, at Tue Oct 31, 05:51:00 AM 2006  

  • Guess what? I already have electrical engineering under "Engineering" video lectures.

    See this link:
    http://freescienceonline.blogspot.com/2006/06/engineering-video-lectures.html

    By Blogger Peteris Krumins, at Wed Nov 01, 12:15:00 AM 2006  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Jan 29, 02:01:00 AM 2007  

  • Great work man..
    I'm myself a computer engineering student from India and indeed these links are of a great use to me. Now, I only need Elementary Maths lectures (topics like Vectors, 3d Geometry, Complex Numbers) webcasted...ANY LINKS??

    By Blogger Rahul, at Sat Feb 10, 08:57:00 PM 2007  

  • great job...
    it would be great if there were some basic analysis and algebra courses, and topology for that matter...something like the Gil
    Strang Lin Alg videos @ MIT...

    By Blogger athan scribner, at Fri May 25, 10:55:00 PM 2007  

  • Amazing man!!! I dont have words to put my feelings. All I can say is that your collection is not complete without a lectures on COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY THEORY :P since you yourself are a computer scientist. Thanks a ton.

    By Blogger Kshitiz, at Fri Jul 06, 10:08:00 AM 2007  

  • I am working on a math video help site. We have over 1500 free math video clips already. The number will reach to 2000 by Fall 2008. Take a look. Sincerely.

    TuLyn Math Help Videos and Worksheets

    By Blogger nysphere, at Mon Aug 04, 11:37:00 PM 2008  

  • Hello,

    It appears that the Duke video broadcasts have been moved to

    https://www4.math.duke.edu/video/video.html

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun Aug 02, 01:37:00 AM 2009  

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