A team of Holy Cross students, and students from Furman University, who helped create an electronic edition of a tenth century manuscript of the great mathematician Archimedes, are recognized in an exhibit running at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore through Jan. 1, 2012.
The exhibit, titled “Lost & Found: The Secrets of Archimedes,” includes information regarding the manuscript’s preservation and digitization efforts. The digital edition of the manuscript was released in October 2008. A photo of the Holy Cross team is featured in a section devoted to project contributors. Back row, from left: Scott Dube ’10, Christopher D’Alessandro ’10, Joshua Whelan ’10, Michael Kinney ’10, Greg Kakas ’08, and Professor Smith. Front row, from left: William Dolan ’10, Jennifer Adams ’10, Stephanie Wheeler ’09, Jennifer Curtin ’10, and Danielle Bacon ’09.
Photography by Jennifer Adams ’10
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