As a scientist these days you are required to publish, ideally deep and profound research as fast as you can…well this is tricky and this post is not supposed to be about the scientific community and its publishing craze, but instead on a very enjoyable article I co-wrote.
It is an article on imaginary.org and the whole history behind it, which was featured in this months edition of the European Mathematical Society (EMS) newsletter.
Imaginary.org is a project by the Mathematische Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach and funded by the Klaus Tschira Stiftung. I do some freelance work for this project and occasionally this means writing a nice little article about it for a newsletter such as the one of the EMS.
The complete newsletter including the article on IMAGINARY can be found here. Enjoy the read!