The 6th International Conference on the Science of Computus continues the exploration of the key role that the computation of the date of Easter had in the development of mathematics and natural science in medieval Europe and beyond.
The conference covers a wide range of topics, such as Carolingian mathematicians, Irish computistics, cosmology, chronology, astronomy and astrology, visualisation of number symbols and time, Bede’s scientific works, manuscript transmission of computistical texts, and the mysterious Liber Nemroth.
With a galaxy of world-renowned experts and young and up-and-coming scholars, the conference promises to be a unique opportunity to hear the latest research and discoveries in the field.
Date: July 8-10
Venue: Seminar Rm 203 (Old Moore Seminar Room), Arts/Science Building. View a map here.
Registration: There is no registration fee. The public is welcome to attend.
Programme: View the programme by clicking here. View a Word version by clicking here.
For further information contact: Dáibhí Ó Cróinín - firstname.lastname@example.org - +35391492697