Hannah Fry is a mathematician, lecturer and public speaker on the relations between social interaction amd mathematics.
Hannah completed her PhD in fluid dynamics in early 2011 with an emphasis on how liquid droplets move. Then, after working as an aerodynamicist in the motorsport industry, she began work on an interdisciplinary project in complexity sciences at University College London. Hannah’s current research focusses on discovering new connections between mathematically described systems and human interaction at the largest scale.
Hannah Fry is also a successful broadcaster having presented shows on BBC2 and BBC4, she recently presented an episode of the BBC TWO show Horizon entitled ’10 things you need to know about the future’ .
In 2014 Fry gave a TED talk at TEDxBinghamtonUniversity called, “The Mathematics of Love,” which has attracted nearly 4 million views. Following the TED talk she published a book on the topic called: The Mathematics of Love: Patterns, Proofs, and the Search for the Ultimate Equation, in which she applies statistical and data-scientific models to dating, sex and marriage.
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