Recursive Designs
Jul
24
11:30 AM11:30

Recursive Designs

  • CS Auditorium (#127) Goldberg Computer Science Building Dalhousie University (map)
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More than a hundred years ago, starting with G. Peano and followed by D. Hilbert, H. von Koch, W. Sierpiński, mathematicians were forced to realise that curves of potentially infinite length can be constructed by iterating simple geometric transformation rules, that these curves can be approximated by fractured lines and that some of these curves were space-filling as they could go arbitrarily close to any point in a closed region of the plane, as if they were two-dimensional. These curves, while only mathematical curiosities at first, were termed as monster curves for their peculiar properties such as being nowhere differentiable.

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[Webinar] National industry engagement technical workshops for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector
Sep
6
8:30 AM08:30

[Webinar] National industry engagement technical workshops for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector

The CRA is launching a first: a series of national workshops aimed at directly supporting businesses conducting R&D in the ICT sector. During these workshops, businesses will gain valuable insights into how to best relate their innovation to SR&ED. Useful tips and best practices will also be provided which will help in ensuring businesses receive their full entitlements under the SR&ED program. Also this is an opportunity for businesses to engage directly with the CRA.

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