Geometry Labs United Conference 2015
Friday, August 28 - Sunday, August 30
Experimental geometry labs create an environment ripe for students and faculty to treat pure mathematics as a laboratory science. Visualization and computational pattern discovery help guide research, formulate conjectures, and develop ideas in proofs. In addition to research, experimental geometry labs foster community engagement via grassroots outreach activities in local schools, libraries, and museums. These activities spread the wonder and excitement of mathematics to people both within and outside the academy. Come participate in Geometry Labs United 2015 to learn more about labs and how to create your own.
Registration form Note: We are extending the original registration deadline of July 31 to August 11. Priority consideration will go to applicants registered by the original deadline but some funding is still available to late registrants.
Any questions may be directed to GLU2015Conference@gmail.com.
Saul Schleimer, Warwick
Henry Segerman, Oklahoma State
Hugo Parlier, Fribourg
This event is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Mason Experimental Geometry Lab at George Mason University, and the Illinois Geometry Lab, GEAR, and the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.