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Liquid Crystals for Mathematicians

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Published on Aug 16, 2012

At the 2012 SIAM Annual Meeting, Sir John Ball of the University of Oxford presented The John von Neumann Lecture: Liquid Crystals for Mathematicians, where he described this important class of soft matter systems with properties intermediate between solid crystals and isotropic fluids. They are the working substance of liquid crystal displays, which form the basis of a huge multinational industry.

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