[Posted on january 30, 2015]

In no particular order :

- the january issue of
*Gazette des Mathématiciens* has just appeared, including among many other things a very nice overview of the proof of the Willmore Conjecture by Fernando C. Marques and André Neves, and also a dossier on Open Access publications in general and the example of the recent conversion of *Annales de l’Institut Fourier* in particular
- for another example of a topic that is being well digested, there’s the work of Vincent Lafforgue on the Langlands program, which beyond the course by Michael Harris at Columbia, will also be the subject of a course by Sophie Morel at IPM in Tehran
- two recent interviews of mathematicians in video, both at CIRM : Sylvia Serfaty and David Ruelle
- the ceremony awarding the 2015 Fermat Prize to Laure Saint-Raymond and Peter Scholze will take place in Toulouse at the end of march. Note that the wording for Scholze’s citation starts with “
*pour l’invention des espaces perfectoïdes…*“, a welcome non-Platonistic choice
- another useless experiment of this blog’s host : turn left by at iff are twin primes, else make a fixed step (say of +50) on a straight line. Plot. Here are the results up to Resulting insight : nil…

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