12 Oct 2020
Professor Spector demonstrates the relationship between magnets and electricity.
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12 Oct 2020
Mathematics is everywhere. It’s hidden in the patterns we observe across the world – from the stripes of a zebra to the constellations of stars to the web of a spider. It also inhabits actions and...
Type: News Article
8 Oct 2020
Professor Andrew Lobb is an Associate Professor at Durham University. He took part in OIST’s Visiting Mathematics Professor Program from October 2019 to August 2020.
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8 Oct 2020
When two Möbius strips (pictured) come together, they form a Klein bottle, an unusual bottle-like object, which intersects with itself.
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8 Oct 2020
When two Möbius strips come together, they form a Klein bottle (pictured), an unusual bottle-like object, which intersects with itself.
Type: Photo
8 Oct 2020
The presidential lecture ‘The Square Peg Problem’ was delivered by Professor Andrew Lobb on July 30th, 2020.  
Type: Video
8 Oct 2020
Professor Andrew Lobb explains the background of the rectangular peg problem in this video promoting his presidential lecture.
Type: Video
8 Oct 2020
Professor Andrew Lobb arrived at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) in October 2019 to take part in the...
Type: News Article
6 Oct 2020
There are several different routes that a pendulum can take, depending on its velocity.
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6 Oct 2020
Two worms that start off with similar behaviors are likely to continue to act similarly for a short time. This figure appears in the publication in Nature Physics.
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6 Oct 2020
A double pendulum has two parts to it. Even though it starts off swinging predictably, its movement tends to become erratic and difficult to model.
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6 Oct 2020
The behavior of living organisms might obey the same mathematical laws as physical phenomena, such as weather and the motion of planets, says new research from the...
Type: Press release
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