Saturday, October 3, 2009

 

 

  8.45-  9.00

Registration

  9.00- 9.50

Opening  

10.00-10.50

Ivor Grattan-Guiness,

University of Middlesex, U.K.

Title: D company: The British community of operator algebraists

11.00-11:50

Wilfrid Hodges,

University of London

Title: How Boole broke through the top syntactic level

11.50-12.20

Coffe Break

12.20-12.40

Alison Walsh,

Cambridge Regional College

Title: The algebraic logic of Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914)

12.45-13.05

Paul Wolfson,

West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Title: Resolvents of Polynomial Equation

13.10- 13.30

Volker Peckhaus,

Paderborn University

Title: What is Algebra of Logic?

13.35-13.55

Christine Phili,

National Technical University of Athens

Title: On the extension of the calculus  of linear substitutions  by Kyparissos   Stephanos, (in greek).

14.00-14.20

Jean Christianidis,

University of Athens

Title: Some reflections on the historiography of classical algebra, (in greek)

14.20-16.00

Lunch Break

16.00-16.20

Anastasios Tokmakidis,

Secondary Education, Thessaloniki

Title: The Establishment of the Mathematical Profession in 19th Century Europe, (in greek).


 

16.25-16.45

Amirouche Moktefi,

Strasbourg University

Title: Who cared about Boole's algebra of logic in the nineteenth century?

16.50-17.10

Marie-José Durand-Richard,

University of Paris

Title: Boole’s investigation on Symbolical methods in his last 1859 and 1860 Treatises

17.10-17.30

Coffe Break

17.30-18.20

Tony Crilly,

University of Middlesex

Title:  Nineteenth century British algebra – the careers of Arthur Cayley and Thomas P. Kirkman

18.30-19.20

 

 

Leo Corry,

University of Tel Aviv

Title: From Algebra (1895) to Modern Algebra (1930): Changing Conceptions of a Discipline. A Guided Tour Using the Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik.

20.15

 Dinner

 

 

 

 

Sunday, October 4, 2009

 

 

9.00-13.30

Visit to Archaeological Museum and City tour

14.00-17.00

Free time

17.00-19.00

Discussion session