Live Postcast of "Science Rendez-vous" on Facebook! [fr]
While on September 21, 2016 was announced that the mathematician Claire Voisin would be the winner of the gold medal of the CNRS in 2016 *, a second "Science Rendezvous" was held on the following week dedicated to mathematics, hosted by the Kee Club and organized by the Consulate General of France.
For this event, Professor Claude Michel Brauner unveiled the relationships between our everyday mathematics.
For its 15th anniversary, the Kee Club has kindly offered its support to the consulate.
Many people have attended the second edition hold on the 4th of October 2016, this event was life post casted on the Consulate’s Facebook page.
While Prof. Claude-Michel Brauner, applied mathematician and Professor Emeritus at the University of Bordeaux, France and High-end Foreign Expert & Adjunct professor at Xiamen University, China. – revealed to the audience – that from biology to finance, from combustion to visual effects, mathematics is everywhere.
Don’t forget to save your date for the next “Science Rendez-Vous”:
October 31, 2016: Prof. Pascal Fung - Human and robotic
November 29, 2016: Prof. Quentin Parker - Space Odyssey
More about the new series of “Science Rendez-Vous” HERE.
An invitation will be emailed to you about 10 days before each “Science Rendez-Vous” so you can register. The number of tickets for each session will be limited to 60.
Where: Kee Club, 6/F, 32 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong
When: Monthly – on Tuesday 7-8pm
Fee: Free of charge – Mandatory Registration
About "Science Rendez-vous":
Dedicated to a large audience, these monthly talks - aim at taking part in the dissemination of scientific culture in Hong Kong. Through informal talks and exchanges with the audience, renowned experts from France or Hong Kong will popularize a large variety of scientific topics.
The « Science Rendez-Vous » will stay close from topical issues and will keep an eye on ground-breaking discoveries made by French or local teams as well as teams working in cooperation between the two countries.
The talks will be given in English in the following format: 40 minutes speech followed by a Q&A session fostering interaction between the speaker and the audience.
*This award is the highest French scientific distinction, it will be awarded to Claire Voisin on December 14, 2016 at a ceremony at the Sorbonne (Paris), crowning her major contributions in complex algebraic geometry.