History of Science

Research topics

  • Brain Drain : a historical approach
  • History of Mathematics
  • Simon Stevin (1548-1620): contribution to the Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers;
  • Simon Stevin and the Art of War;
  • Simon Stevin, English translation of the book entitled "Wonder en is gheen wonder; de geniale wereld van Simon Stevin"
  • Women in Science

Some publications

  • J. Devreese and G. Vanden Berghe, "Magic is No Magic", The Wonderful World of Simon Stevin, WITPress, Southampton, 2007.
  • K. S. Rao and G. Vanden Berghe, Revisiting a chapter from the Notebooks of Ramanujan on Hypergeometric Series, Ganita Bharati 28, 2006, 7-38.
  • K. S. Rao and G. Vanden Berghe, On an entry of Ramanujan in his Notebooks: a nested roots expansion, Journal of computational and applied mathematics 173, (2005), 371-378.
  • K. S. Rao and G. Vanden Berghe and C. Krattenthaler, An entry of Ramanujan on hypergeometric series in his Notebooks, Journal of computational and applied mathematics 173, (2005) 239-246.
  • G. Vanden Berghe, Simon Stevin, een leven in de schaduw van de macht, Simon Stevin 1548-1620 De geboorte van de nieuwe wetenschap - Brepols Publishers Turnhout: Koninklijke Bibliotheek van Belgie, 2004 - 184 p. - ISBN 90-5622-054-3 p. 19-25.
  • J. Devreese and G. Vanden Berghe, "Wonder en is gheen Wonder"; De Geniale Wereld van Simon Stevin (1548--1620), Leuven Davidsfonds (2003).