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## Revision as of 14:35, 9 October 2019

Semi-regular mathematical workshop aimed at understanding the most important mathematical concepts. Applications in electronics, physics or other areas might be discussed as well.

Topics include (but are not limited to):

- philosophy of mathematics
- commonly used notations
- basic logic
- basic mathematical analysis
- linear algebra
- complex numbers
- differential equations
- mathematical concepts in physics

## Past lectures

24.3.2018 | Saturday | 20:00 | vector space |
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10.4.2018 | Tuesday | 20:00 | basis, dimension |

3.5.2018 | Thursday | 16:00 | complex numbers, RLC filters |

29.5.2018 | Tuesday | 20:00 | Fourier transform |

19.6.2018 | Tuesday | 20:00 | special relativity |

## Planned lectures

10.10.2019 | Thursday | 20:00 | intro to differential equations |
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## Further reading/Mentioned Literature

- Douglas Hofstadter -- Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid
- Alfred North Whitehead, Bertrand Russell -- Principia Mathematica