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Stefano segnala che Odlyzko sarà a Milano:

Il 17 gennaio alle ore 16 sarà a Milano, per tenere un seminario dal titolo “Internet economics, Internet evolution and misleading networking myths” presso l’Aula Rogers del Politecnico di Milano, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci (l’aula si trova nell’edificio della facoltà di Architettura).
L’ingresso é gratuito e aperto a tutti.

Chi è?
Andrew Odlyzko is a mathematician who is the head of the University of Minnesota’s Digital Technology Center. In the field of mathematics he has published extensively on analytic number theory, computational number theory, cryptography, algorithms and computational complexity, combinatorics, probability, and error-correcting codes. In the early 1970s, he was a co-author of one of the founding papers of the modern umbral calculus. In 1985 he and te Riele disproved the Mertens conjecture. More recently, he has worked on communication networks, electronic publishing, and electronic commerce.

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