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## Purpose:Mathematics is the universal language of science and engineering but has yet to develop a universally-accepted method of presentation on the World Wide Web. Back in the paper age, in 1964, NIST published a reference work,
Anyone outside NIST wishing to attend must be sponsored by a NIST employee and receive a visitor badge. Colloquia are videotaped and available in the NIST Research Library. ## Speakers:Charles Clark, NIST Fellow, Atomic Physics Division/Dan Lozier, NIST Applied and Computational Mathematics Division/DLMF Editorial Board Members |
## Details:Start Date: Friday, May 13, 2011 End Date: Friday, May 13, 2011 Location: 10:30 a.m., Green Auditorium, Gaithersburg, VTC to Boulder in Room 1107 Format: Colloquium |