## We shouldn’t give classroom lectures anymore

In the September issue of the Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde mathematician Nelly Litvak wrote the first article in her column ‘Better than blackboard’!

## Rescue mission!

An ad hoc wireless network is a decentralized type of wireless network. See how these networks enable a self-regulating rescue!

## More roads, more traffic? Braess paradox!

The, seemingly innocent and quite natural, idea to build more roads in order to solve the traffic problem can be sometimes quite a bad idea.

## IMAGINARY: From Tweets to Communication Networks

NETWORKS has collaborated with four more scientists to make posters about their research for IMAGINARY.

## Summer reads Part 3: Algorithms and the mathematical theory of graphs

In this article, we have collected all the articles concerning algorithms and the mathematical theory of graphs. Enjoy!

## Martijn Gösgens as one of the Faces of Science

Martijn Gösgens, PhD student at the Eindhoven University of Technology and member of NETWORKS, is since March one of the 12 new Faces of Science.

## Four young mathematicians win the Fields medal!

On the 5th of July, the Fields medals 2022 were awarded to four mathematicians. The four mathematicians that won the Fields medals this year are: Hugo Duminil-Copin, June Huh, James Maynard. and Maryna Viazovska.

## Poster Women in Mathematics

EWM-NL has prepared a poster about women in mathematics, inspired by a poster on Notable Women in Computing. In this article you can find the beautiful poster, prepared by a joint Dutch and UK team comprising Maria Vlasiou and Silvy Hendriks (NL), and Houry Melkonian.

## Biological and brain networks

Scientists use often networks to study biological and neurological processes . In this category we collect articles on this topic.

## Interviews with László Lovász and Avi Wigderson

László Lovász and Avi Wigderson received the prize for their pioneering contributions to theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics. One of these contributions was the incorporation of theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics as central parts of modern mathematics.