Mathematisches Institut, Göttingen University , Germany

Late in 2006, Libraries Without Walls received a grant from the Clay Mathematics Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts to digitize the scientific notebooks (“protokols”) maintained by mathematician Fritz Klein from 1872-1912, while Klein was doing advanced mathematical research at the Mathematisches Institut in Göttingen, Germany.

Late in 2006, Libraries Without Walls received a grant from the Clay Mathematics Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts to digitize the scientific notebooks (“protokols”) maintained by mathematician Fritz Klein from 1872-1912, while Klein was doing advanced mathematical research at the Mathematisches Institut in Göttingen, Germany. The notebooks reveal the astonishing mind of one of the foremost researchers of the contemporary era. The entire collection of 29 volumes was digitized by Ardon Bar-Hama in a marathon effort that took only four days and produced 8000 images.