I would like to suggest an evening programme for you. Laszlo Lovasz , Kyoto and Wolf prize awarded Hungarian mathematician, president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, will give a lecture in Brussels. Mr Lovasz is a world famous researcher of computer sciences and combinatorics.
The details of the lecture are :
· Title : 50 years of graph theory : the networks by which we are all connected
· Date : 18 March 2015, 8 pm
· Venue : Balassi Institute (Cultural Service of the Hungarian Embassy) – 10 Treurenberg, 1000 Brussels (5 mins from the Central station).
I was informed that the lecture is open and there is no entrance fee. The event is organized by the Belgian Club of Hungarian Scientists, which is not a dedicated club for mathematicians. Based on this I assume that you do not necessarily need a PhD in Maths for understanding J
See you there !
Julian Pook et Joel Fine