Proceeding of the first Mini Symposioum of the Roman Number Theory Association

The Scriba Project

The proceedings of a conference usually collect the most significant contributions presented during the conference itself. The editorial choice made in this case was slightly different. In the weeks leading up to our first symposium, we pondered upon the list of participants and identified a list of PhD students and young researchers to whom we proposed to carry out a particular task: that one of the "scriba". Each of the chosen young scholar was then paired with one of the speakers and was asked to prepare a written report on the talk of the speakers he was assigned to. Of course in doing so the scribas had to get in contact with speakers after the conference in order to get the needed bibliographical references as well as some insight on the topic in question. It has to be said that all the speakers and scriba joined the project enthusiastically.
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