Screenings of three films by Ekaterina Eremenko during BMS/SFB Summer School 2017
Screening of three films by Ekaterina Eremenko during the BMS/SFB Summer School 2017: Discrete Models in Geometry and Mathematical Physics at Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin. "Whispers of String Theory" on 12 September 2017 at 17:00. The DGD film "The Discrete Charm of Geometry" on 14 September 2017, at 17:00. "Colors of Math" on 20 September 2017, at 17:00. All screenings will take place in Room MA 042.
- Date: 12.09. - 20.09.2017
- Type: Movie
- Location: TU Berlin
Whispers of String Theory
by Ekaterina Eremenko (2017)
Synopsis: An international meeting of physicists working in the most challenging and abstract field. A good sports commentator can turn you into a fan, likewise we are drawn into this secluded world by the right people: scientists telling about their colleagues- brave, intimate, direct... in whispers.
Time: Tuesday 12, September 2017 at 17:00
Location: Room MA 042 - Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin
The Discrete Charm of Geometry
by Ekaterina Eremenko (2015)
Synopsis: A team of mathematicians is working together on a big project. Excitement of discovery, hope and disappointment, competition and recognition are shown from an infinitely close distance. Scientists united by the idea of discretization, which, in short, means: constructing continuous objects from basic building blocks. Akin to the scientists' search for the right discretization of continuum, this film itself is composed of fragments - individual characters of different ages, temperaments and scientific approaches - which form a single continuous melody. The question of where the boundaries lie between mathematics and the lives of those who are involved in it and how much they are willing to sacrifice is as important as the search for precise scientific answers. A unique and unprecedented dive into the unknown world of mathematicians.
Time: Thursday 14, September 2017 at 17:00
Location: Room MA 042 - Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin
Colors of Math
by Ekaterina Eremenko (2012)
Synopsis: To most people math appears abstract, mysterious, complicated, inaccessible. But math is nothing but a different language to express the world. Math can be sensual. Math can be tasted, it smells, it creates sound and color. One can touch it – and be touched by it....
Time: Wednesday 20, September 2017 at 17:00
Location: Room MA 042 - Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin