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Using Geometry in Engineering

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This is the third in a new series of lectures given by female Fellows of Trinity, past and present, to mark the 40th anniversary of women’s admission to the College.

Professor Joan Lasenby was one of the first cohort of female undergraduates at Trinity in 1978, where she read Mathematics. Her PhD was in Radio and Molecular Studies at the Cavendish Laboratory. She has held posts at Louisiana State University, Trinity Hall and Newnham College, Cambridge, and was elected a Fellow of Trinity in 2001. In this event Professor Lasenby will consider the role of geometry in engineering, in particular the usefulness of geometric algebra in the industry.

This talk is part of the Celebrating 40 years of women at Trinity series.

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