BIE-History of Mathematics and Informatics

Welcome!

List of Accepted  Topics of Essayes

  1. Quanili Amir: Isaac Newton.
  2. Artem Ulstynov: Life of Alan Turing.
  3. Lucas Milet: Robotic Knight from Leonardo da Vinci.
  4. Nishant Yadav: History of Computers (from 1950 to present).
  5. Hofmanaité Živilé: Stephen Hawking Journey.
  6. Elizalde Victor: Leonardo da Vinci Inventions and Story.
  7. Mehmet Gür: Top 5 Inventions of Nikola Tesla.
  8. Léo Bertin: The Mathematics in Mesopotamia.
  9. Luca Michon: Fibonacci Discoveries.
  10. Beksaltan Baatyrbekov: Archimedes the Great.
  11. Atsamaz Akopyan: Enigma Machine.
  12. Karen Akopian: History of Virtual Reality.
  13. Dilshod Iadgarov: Pythagoras Theorem.
  14. Wally Ruehullah Weiss: Al Khwarizmi.
  15. Najjiulah Khan: Ada Lovelace

Lectures

1st lecture – February 22nd, 2018 –  Introduction to the course AncGr18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2nd lecture – March 1st, 2018 –
Pythagorean mathematics – primes,, perfect numbers, amicable numbers, ffigural numbers
Numeration – Babylonian, Egytian and Greek – Ionian – examples 
Hellenistic Mathematics – introduction – Archimedes 

3rd lecture – March 8st, 2018
Rennaissance Mathematics – Significant Personalities – Leonardo da Vinci and his Inventions –  vinci1_18 – Vinci’s Life, Inventions, Vitruvian Man, Divine Proportion, Robotic Knight  

4th lecture – March 15th, 2018
First Mechanical Calculators – William Schickard, 1623, Calculating Clock 
Napier Bones 1617, Rabdologiae –  Blaise Pascal, 1642, Pascaline – Comput2_18 

5th lecture – March 22, 2018
History of Czech Technical University

6th lecture – March 29, 2018
Origins of the Calculus of Variations

7th lecture – April 5, 2018
Chinese Mathematics and Astronomy

8th lecture – April 12, 2018
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
First steps in History of Computing in the Czechoslovakia

9th Lecture – April 19, 2018
Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943)
Albert Einstein in Prague

10th Lecture – April 26, 2018
Development of Logic to Fuzzy Ideas

11th Lecture
Examples of Students Essays

12th Lecture
Conclusion