Snapshots of modern mathematics from Oberwolfach (ISSN 2626-1995) is a mathematics communication journal published by the Mathematical Research Institute of Oberwolfach. In each “Snapshot”, an expert explains and provides insights into a current research topic from the mathematical community in an accessible and understandable way.
The snapshot project is designed to promote the understanding and appreciation of modern mathematics and mathematical research in the interested public world-wide. The targeted readership consists of mathematics teachers, science journalists, undergraduate, advanced high school students, or really anyone anyone who is interested in modern mathematics.
Here is are a few examples Snapshots:
- Configuration spaces and braid groups by Rita Jiménez Rolland and Miguel A. Xicoténcatl.
- Is it possible to predict the far future before the near future is known accurately? by Martin J. Gander.
- From the dollar game to the Riemann-Roch Theorem by Sara Lamboglia and Martin Ulirsch
- Searching for the Monster in the Trees by David A. Craven.
- Reflections on hyperbolic space by Anna Haensch
If this looks interesting, I’d encourage you to check out the other Snapshots on https://www.mfo.de/outreach-media/snapshots. All Snapshots are published under a Creative Commons license, and can be download and read for free.