Fields Medalist and Infosys Prize Juror Prof. Cedric Villani delivered a lecture on Modern Romance of Mathematics and Society
The Infosys Science Foundation (ISF) organized a public lecture by Infosys Prize juror, Prof. Cedric Villani, Professor of Mathematics, Lyon University and Director of the Henri Poincaré Institute, Paris, France. The lecture on ‘Modern Romance of Mathematics and Society’ was delivered at the Infosys campus in Bangalore, and was well attended by over 450 employees, academicians and students. Please click here to watch the video on our Facebook page.
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