Albrecht Beutelspacher is the guest speaker in the third session of the NOVA Online Distinguished Lecture Series on Mathematics and he will present the lecture “Fascinating mathematics through experiments” on June 29, at 2:00 pm, on this link.

Albrecht Beutelspacher studied math, physics and philosophy at the University of Tübingen and received his PhD from the University of Mainz. Was an associate professor at the University of Mainz, worked for a research department of Siemens and was a tenured professor of geometry and discrete mathematics at the University of Giessen. He became a well-known popularizer of mathematics in Germany by authoring several books in the field of popular science and recreational math and by founding Germany’s first math museum, the Mathematikum. He received several awards for his contributions to popularizing mathematics. He has a math column in the German popular science magazine Bild der Wissenschaft and moderates a popular math series for the TV-Channel BR- alpha (educational TV).