Mathematics of church windows

Today Hugh Williams from Nottingham delivered a public IMA (Institute of Mathematics and its Applications) talk on the mathematical beauty of English medieval church windows. The talk was a part of the IMA East Midlands Branch program and was the first IMA branch talk in Lincoln.

After the talk in Lincoln: Hugh Williams (right) and Andrei Zvelindovsky.

After the talk in Lincoln: Hugh Williams (right) and Andrei Zvelindovsky.

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