Tweet Follow @TrueSciPhi |

Updated: 2018-Sep-23 13:54 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Mathematicians on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by mathematicians in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 13 followers (average):

Sometimes you check just a few examples and decide something is always true. But sometimes even 9.8 × 10⁴² examples is not enough!!!@gregeganSF and I came up with this shocker here on Twitter. To see what's really going on, visit my blog:https://t.co/Yw0S0Iyyx9 pic.twitter.com/1FThY9skeZ

— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) September 21, 2018

2. One retweet per 16 followers (average):

Friends! I am so happy to share that my little booklet “What is Applied Category Theory?” is now available on the arXiv. It’s a collection of introductory, expository notes inspired by the ACT workshop that took place earlier this year. Enjoy! https://t.co/EPYP19z14x pic.twitter.com/O4uVhj401s

— Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma) September 18, 2018

3. One retweet per 74 followers (average):

We are advertising two faculty jobs (tenure or tenure-track) in Mathematics at UCLA!

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) September 21, 2018

One in Financial Mathematics (broadly construed): https://t.co/RorKFDhkWz

One for research in any area of mathematics: https://t.co/QRm8pB1tbA

4. One retweet per 74 followers (average):

We are advertising two faculty jobs (tenure or tenure-track) in Mathematics at UCLA!

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) September 21, 2018

One in Financial Mathematics (broadly construed): https://t.co/RorKFDhkWz

One for research in any area of mathematics: https://t.co/QRm8pB1tbA

5. One retweet per 88 followers (average):

これは驚き。｜2019年度以降入学者（学士課程・大学院課程）の授業料を改定 | 東工大ニュース | 東京工業大学 https://t.co/qay8Vjc3Kz

— Iwao KIMURA (@iwaokimura) September 13, 2018

6. One retweet per 93 followers (average):

Our mathematical analysis of random walks on temporal networks, where inter-event times and the duration of edges are both random variables https://t.co/0TGLp3YfiF

— Renaud Lambiotte (@RenaudLambiotte) September 10, 2018

7. One retweet per 104 followers (average):

New Fields Medalist Peter Scholze and geometer Jakob Stix have identified what Stix calls a "serious, unfixable gap" in Shinichi Mochizuki's proof of the ABC conjecture -- my latest story for Quanta Magazine https://t.co/9GHHNFfQcQ via @QuantaMagazine

— Erica Klarreich (@EricaKlarreich) September 20, 2018

8. One retweet per 146 followers (average):

If it's ever bothered you that an infinite set (unlike a finite set) doesn't get smaller when you take away an element from it, you might enjoy my essay "A New Game With Infinity", which describes a different way to measure the sizes of some infinite sets: https://t.co/DgNEG796Oz

— James Propp (@JimPropp) September 17, 2018

9. One retweet per 155 followers (average):

My paper (with @JmBuldu), "Frequency-based brain networks: From a multiplex framework to a full multilayer description", is out in final form (in @netneurosci): https://t.co/axoq1ELHDA

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) September 17, 2018

Can you find the easter egg in the paper? Hint: This is Spinal Tap.

10. One retweet per 157 followers (average):

An algebra pioneer who faced discrimination deserves wider recognition on the centenary of her namesake theorem. https://t.co/Q0HWils3oE

— Alejandro Adem (@alejandroadem) September 12, 2018

11. One retweet per 160 followers (average):

Tim Gowers: "I found it so unconvincing that I think it was a bad mistake by Mathematical Intelligencer and the New York Journal of Mathematics to accept it, but for reasons of mathematical quality rather than for any controversy that might arise from it" https://t.co/KotIeIvIp0

— Dr. Izabella Laba (@ilaba) September 10, 2018

12. One retweet per 167 followers (average):

Error propagation in classical geometry constructions https://t.co/g7gwVswxxD

— Joel David Hamkins (@JDHamkins) September 10, 2018

13. One retweet per 182 followers (average):

Check out Tai-Danae Bradley's new short book "What is Applied Category Theory?" It's free, it's friendly, it's fun. It explains the big ideas, then applies them to chemistry and linguistics.

— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) September 18, 2018

You can follow her here on Twitter: she's @math3ma.https://t.co/nx5mbQ1nGJ

14. One retweet per INF followers (average):

Perhaps a decent time to announce this: I'll be giving a webinar October 8 at ipSpace on connectivity in graphs and why this mathematical concept matters in network design. It is a paid webinar hosted by @ioshints . If you're interested, here's the link: https://t.co/hB0JpfHke6

— Rachel Traylor (@Mathpocalypse) September 21, 2018

15. One retweet per 190 followers (average):

And this is exactly the difference between math and programming:https://t.co/YFLicRGxXd

— Jeremy Kun (@jeremyjkun) September 18, 2018

16. One retweet per 190 followers (average):

1/ This is a big story for my generation of mathematicians. The @BBC however fails to report that Audin was a communist, that his supervisor (a hero of mine) Laurent Schwartz, organized Audin's doctoral thesis defense in France after his execution, and ...https://t.co/pPsEMbN23O

— N. Ghoussoub (@NGhoussoub) September 14, 2018

17. One retweet per 191 followers (average):

Have you seen the Adventures in Complex Numbers resources, designed by @nrichmaths and @OxUniMaths? They offer an exciting opportunity for students to have a real taste of Further Mathematics well before they make their A-level choices. https://t.co/oNw0CKERd2

— Vicky Neale (@VickyMaths1729) September 17, 2018

18. One retweet per 198 followers (average):

Scientist Publishes A List Of Known Harassers in Academia https://t.co/7kQEI24ebu

— Federico Ardila (@FedericoArdila) September 17, 2018

19. One retweet per 199 followers (average):

Today from 11:30-12:30 EDT, I'll speak about "The synthetic theory of ∞-categories vs the synthetic theory of ∞-categories" at the Vladimir Voevodsky Memorial Conference @the_IAS and you can follow along:

— Emily Riehl (@emilyriehl) September 12, 2018

slides: https://t.co/FP8BY5QS2Z

live stream: https://t.co/lss735bhHN

20. One retweet per 199 followers (average):

Today from 11:30-12:30 EDT, I'll speak about "The synthetic theory of ∞-categories vs the synthetic theory of ∞-categories" at the Vladimir Voevodsky Memorial Conference @the_IAS and you can follow along:

— Emily Riehl (@emilyriehl) September 12, 2018

slides: https://t.co/FP8BY5QS2Z

live stream: https://t.co/lss735bhHN