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# Tag Archives: interview

## Interview with Freeman Dyson

I was trained as a mathematician, and I remain a mathematician. That’s really my skill, just doing calculations and applying mathematics to all kinds of problems, and that led me into physics first and also other fields, such as engineering … Continue reading

## Interview with Sergey Petrovich Novikov

Sergey Novikov is 75 today. Due to this occasion here is a large interview (in Russian). Just one citation: We had a clear understanding that “pure mathematics” is a wonderful science, subject however to the following condition: To be useful for the society, its … Continue reading