BCAMek, UPV/EHUrekin eta Bilboko Udalarekin batera, 'Matematika eguneroko bizitzan" zikloaren edizio berri bat antolatu du apirilaren 18 eta 25ean, ostegunetan, eta maiatzaren 2 eta 8an

  • BCAMen aldetik, Verónica Álvarez Castro doktoratu ondoko ikertzaileak hitzaldi bat emango du apirilaren 25ean, "Makinek iritzia alda dezakete denboran zehar?" izenburupean.

'Matematikak eguneroko bizitzan' itzuli da zikloa aurten ere ospatuko da, BCAM, UPV/EHUko Zientzia eta Teknologia Fakultatea eta Bilboko Udalaren eskutik. Aurten, apirilaren 18an eta 25ean (osteguna) eta maiatzaren 2an eta 8an (19:00etan) egingo da, Bidebarrietako Liburutegiko Areto Nagusian.

This XXVI edition will focus on highlighting the versatility of mathematics in various aspects of society, technology, scientific research, and art. Since its inception, the aim of the conferences has been to bring mathematics closer to the general public, demonstrating their importance in human history, deciphering their significant societal applications, revealing their deep connections with art and culture, and even sharing their beauty.

The first talk, " Esculturas geométricas con papel y tijera" will be given on April 18th by Dr. María García Monera, who will discuss how advances in technology enable the techniques of Félix Klein (one of the most important mathematicians in history) to serve art and create computer-designed geometric sculptures.

On April 25th, BCAM's postdoctoral researcher, mathematician Verónica Álvarez Castro, will present the conference “¿Pueden las máquinas cambiar de opinión a lo largo del tiempo?explaining how artificial intelligence teaches machines to mimic human behavior and how they must evolve over time.

Professor Eduardo Sáenz de Cabezón from the Department of Mathematics and Computation at the University of La Rioja will deliver the lecture "El espejismo de la mayoría" on May 2nd. He will talk about how mathematics can help understand the collective environment, including social networks.

The last talk will take place on May 8th, led by Dr. Oihana Garaialde. In " Matematikaren zuloak eta zulo matematikoak" starting from classical mathematical theories or principles, the importance of understanding mathematical gaps and how to reach practical applications will be demonstrated.

  •  Admission is free and open to the public until full capacity is reached.
  • If unable to attend, the conferences can be followed via streaming on the Bidebarrieta Kulturgunea YouTube channel.

This cycle is jointly organized by the Bilbao City Council, the Faculty of Science and Technology of the UPV/EHU, and the BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics. It is part of the annual activities calendar of Bidebarrieta Científica, which includes programs such as the celebration of "Darwin Day" or "Women in Science," aimed at bringing science to the general public in an engaging, rigorous, and didactic manner.

Bidebarrieta Kulturgunea is the cultural space within the Bidebarrieta Library. Among its objectives is the development and promotion of culture, literature, and science.