Posted on 19 February, 2021 in category: Interviews, Meetings on the Bridge | Tags: Interview, Meetings on the Bridge, Yannick Grannec
THALES + FRIENDS is a not-for-profit organization based in Greece that works to bridge the chasm between mathematics and other forms of cultural activities.
To achieve its goals, THALES + FRIENDS works to create opportunities for interdisciplinary research and communication through lectures, discussions, publications, and reading groups.
THALES + FRIENDS continues its activities with a series of interviews with leaders in various fields.
The French author Mrs. Yannick Grannec in conversation with the author and mathematician Mr. Tefcros Michaelides. The interview is part of the Meetings on the Bridge initiative, which bridges the chasm between mathematics and various forms of cultural activities.
Born in 1969 and graduated from the ENSCI, Yannick Grannec worked as a graphic designer and published books for young people, including: Bleus, Rouges, Jaunes, Verts, and children’s albums published in October 2003 by Didier in the “Mirliton” series.
Installed at Saint-Paul-de-Vence, she devoted herself to writing. Her passion for mathematics led her to write a novel on the life of the brilliant Austrian mathematician Kurt Gödel as told by his widow, Adele, in La Déesse des petites victoires.
The novel was a major success with critics and was awarded the Prix des libraires in March 2013. It was published in Pocket in January 2014.
Scientific supervision: Tefkros Michaelides
Journalistic supervision: George Karouzakis