### The Monster Group

The Monster Group and its significance as it is conceived by tthe famous Mathematician John Conway

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### The Monster Group

### The Langlands Program

### CCEA GCSE FURTHER MATHEMATICS (2017)

### An introduction to hyperbolic functions

### ELLIPTIC CURVES, MODULAR FORMS AND THE LANGLANDS PROGRAM

### Elementary Introduction to the Langlands Program — 1 of 4

### Lectures on Calculus, Functions of one complex variable, and Linear Algebra

### A nice comment on elliptic curves

### David’s Bohm’s hidden variables quantum theory

### An Introduction to theTheory of Elliptic Curves

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I hold a BSc in Physics from University of Athens, Greece, an MSc in Theoretical Physics from Imperial College in
London and a PhD In Mathematical Physics from Queen Mary and Westfield College (QMW), University of London. I have extensive teaching experience spanning two decades in Higher Education in the areas of Mathematics and Physics. Some of the teaching institutions where I have taught include QMW, in London, University of Athens, and University of Crete, in Greece. My teaching approach is to make Mathematics and Physics easily understood by bringing to the forefront and elucidating the fundamental concepts upon which they have developed. I adapt my teaching style to
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The Monster Group and its significance as it is conceived by tthe famous Mathematician John Conway

A simple picture and the general picture http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~csorense/teaching/math299/Harder_ICTP.pdf

https://ccea.org.uk/key-stage-4/gcse/subjects/gcse-further-mathematics-2017/past-papers-mark-schemes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zd3RyRk6wYI

Laglands program is very important and so we will give a few more relevant links. One of them is this one: https://www.math.nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2020/03/2013-GanWeeTeck.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihMyW7Z5SAs

Herbert Gross (April 2, 1929 – May 27, 2020) was an American Professor of mathematics (retired) and former senior lecturer at MIT’s Center for Advanced Engineering Study (CAES). He was best known as a pioneer in using distance learning for teaching mathematics. Here are some of his lectures on calculus, functions of one complex variable…

https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/about-us/life-oxford-mathematics/oxford-mathematics-alphabet/e-elliptic-curves

David Bohm one of the leading physicists of the 20th century put forward a new interpretation of quantum mechanics: http://www.psiquadrat.de/downloads/bohm52a.pdf http://physics.nmsu.edu/~bkiefer/HISTORY/BOHM_1952.pd

A nice introduction to the elliptic curves and their application to cryptography. https://www.math.brown.edu/~jhs/Presentations/WyomingEllipticCurve.pdf