Creativity in mathematics and beyond

by | Sunday, January 17, 2016

Our series of articles related to the broad topic of Rethinking technology and creativity for the 21st century in the journal TechTrends continues with a new article on creativity in mathematics. This article focuses on the 4 winners of the 2014 Fields medal (one of the highest honors in mathematics and a recognition from one’s peers of highly influential and creative work).  Complete reference and link below:

Mehta, R., Mishra, P., & Henriksen, D., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2016). Creativity in mathematics and beyond — Learning from Fields medal winners. Tech Trends (59)7

Topics related to this post: Art | Creativity | Learning | Mathematics | Philosophy | Research

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