The section 'Mathematics, nature and society' wants to emphasize the general, autonomous and particular cognitive role that mathematics plays in the scientific knowledge of nature: from physics to botany, from biology to epidemiology.
The mathematical models used to describe the symmetries and geometric shapes observable in nature, such as spiral structures, fractals and macroscopic and microscopic chiral 'objects'. Finally, some models of the mathematics of connections will be proposed, a useful branch for mathematizing and formalizing complex systems.
To this end, the mathematical models developed for certain types of networks will be shown, such as the connection between smartphones and the transmission of diseases of viral or microbial origin.
By Prof. Salvatore Piscitelli