Xena Project Thursday meetings start with talk tomorrow 21st May

Usually, the Xena project meets every Thursday evening (5pm to 10pm UK time) during Imperial College’s term time. Because students have been doing exams and the campus has been closed, there have not been any meetings this term so far, but now exams are winding down I am going to try and start things up again on Thursday evenings, from now until the end of June (i.e., the end of term).

We’re launching at 5pm UK time (=1600 UTC) on Thurs 21st May 2020 (check out the Xena project Google calendar) with a live demo by me of the new complex number game (which will be live on GitHub by tomorrow, assuming I’ve finished writing it). I’ll walk through the tutorial world, which proves that the complex numbers are a commutative ring. I’ll do it live on Twitch. Afterwards we can all retire to the Xena project discord server and plan world domination.


About xenaproject

The Xena Project aims to get mathematics undergraduates (at Imperial College and beyond) trained in the art of formalising mathematics on a computer. Why? Because I have this feeling that digitising mathematics will be really important one day.
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