Scott Rickard set out to do what no musician has ever tried to make the worlds ugliest piece of music. At TEDxMIA, he discusses the math and science behind creating a piece of music devoid of any pattern.
Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from MIT and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. He is passionate about mathematics, music and educating the next generation of scientists and mathematicians.
Videos that have been watched and reviewed by peers and found to meet the standards of this site are labeled "Magnified."
Anyone can upload or link to a video for this channel. From here, videos are reviewed by site peers, and videos that meet site standards are labeled "Magnified" and become searchable and visible for all site visitors.