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Source: Novosibirsk State University – Novosibirsk State University – Professor Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of NSUAlexander Gutman, a leading researcher at the S.L. Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, gave a popular science lecture “How the most famous mathematical problem of the Khanty-Mansiysk century was solved. S.L. Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexander Gutman gave a popular science lecture “How the most famous mathematical problem of the twentieth century was solved” at Novosibirsk State University. The event took place within the framework of the upcoming Day of Russian Science.
The lecture, which gathered a full audience of students and schoolchildren, was devoted to the discussion of one of the most important and difficult questions of mathematical science of the past century, which still attracts the attention of scientists from all over the world. Prof. Alexander Efimovich Gutman told in detail about the method of solving the problem, shared his experience and knowledge in this field. – Today’s lecture is devoted to the solution of the continuum problem. This is the most famous problem of the twentieth century due to the Hilbert list – the list of the most important mathematical problems of the twentieth century, where it stands first. It is complex and is related to Gödel’s incompleteness theorem,” shared Alexander Efimovich. – The theory born in the process of solving this problem is used in functional analysis. It has a remarkable feature: it is able to simplify mathematical objects almost mechanically, i.e. to reduce problems about complex objects to similar problems about simple objects. Alexander Gutman is a Russian mathematician, a specialist in functional analysis, and the author of more than a hundred scientific articles. His lectures are very popular among students due to his ability to present complex scientific issues in an accessible and engaging way.
The Day of Russian Science is celebrated annually on February 8. The holiday was first celebrated during the celebration of the 275th anniversary of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1999. This year the RAS celebrates its 300th anniversary.
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