Video links and E-resources in Mathematics
April 23, 2020
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Perhaps the main resources are:
Math Seminars Online
The AMS also has a
YouTube channel with videos
Also see SIAM Financial Math. and Eng. Activity
The London Mathematical Society also has a
Tube channel (where popular lectures are posted)
Online mathematics seminars There are websites that list
seminars, many of which are live seminars. In addition to:
see, for example, Terrence Tao's website and
Princeton regular seminars
MIT (Applied) Categories Seminar
One World Probability Seminar
Electronic Computational Homotopy Theory Seminar
Homotopy Type Theory Electronic Seminar Talks
MIT Regularly Scheduled Seminars and Colloquia
Maryland 2020 Virtual Lecture Series in Dynamics
Seminario flotante de Logica Matematica de Bogota
One World PDE Seminar
Universite de Geneve Seminaire de Groupes et Geometrie
Aram Dermenjian collects online seminars of algebraic
combinatory/discrete math, see Algebraic
Combinatorics Online Seminars
Online Asymptotic Geometric Analysis Seminar
Banach spaces webinars
Number Theory / Representation Theory Seminar, University of
Wiscon- sin - Madison
Virtual seminar on algebraic matroids and rigidity theory
Online Probability Seminars (Spring 2020)
Oxford Discrete Mathematics and Probability Seminar
Max-Planck Nonlinear Algebra Seminar Online
University of Minnesota Combinatorics Seminar, Spring 2020
UW Combinatorics and Geometry Seminar
Complex Geometry Seminar
Shanghai Jiao Tong Univeristy INS (Institute of Natural Science)
Harvard regular seminar
Fields, CRM and Perimeter Institutes
The current list of current seminars for the academic year for Fields
can be found
Many past Fields activities were live streamed and then had video
posted after the fact, so they are accessible from the Fields website;
any that were recorded will display a link to a Fields Live video.
Some online seminars include:
Toric Topology Research Seminar
COVID-19 Math Modelling Seminar
For example, there was a February workshop on COVID-19 done via zoom,
webpage is here.
Videos of CRM
conferences/Videos of CRM talks.
CRM are currently in the process of listing online events; for updates
homepage and this
Seminar listing for available links to
worldwide seminar on logic and semantics
category theory seminar
Fun on You Tube
There is lots of neat stuff on You Tube, in addition to the You Tube
For example, there are wonderful videos of the Mandelbrot set:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PD2XgQOyCCk (without music!)
There are descriptions of spinors:
and fun demonstrations using various gadgets. And some silly
Top 10 songs in mathematics and mathematical physics
(Monty Python). Galaxy Song
Bare Naked Ladies. The Big Bang (at 3.16)
Bush. Pi (at 1.50)
Black. Math Song
Cocker. Quantum Theory (at 0.50)
Cave and The Bad Seeds. Higgs Boson Blues
Might Be Giants. Why Does the Sun Shine?
Hawking. E = mc 2
Direction. Maths Song
All of these songs are available on You Tube. Links available in Alan
A Coley, Open problems in mathematical physics, Physica Scripta
Vol. 92, No. 9 [arXiv:1710.02105]
Also: Top 10 movies. Also see: Best Movies For
Ramanujan (2014). Director: Gnana Rajasekaran.
Einstein and Eddington (2008). Director: Philip Martin.
Infinity (1996). Director: Matthew Broderick.
The Theory of Everything (2014). Director: James Marsh
A Beautiful Mind (2001). Director: Ron Howard.
Proof (2005). Director: John Madden.
Good Will Hunting (1997). Director: Gus Van Sant.
Pi (1998). Director: Darren Aronofsky.
The Imitation Game (2014). Director: Morten Tyldum.
Fermat's Room (2007). Directors: Luis Piedrahita and Rodrigo Sopena