This workshop will be offered virtually. The in-person meeting has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A schedule for virtual talks will be posted soon. Accepted participants will be notified how to access the virtual presentations.
Organizing Committee
Abstract

Experimental geometry labs create an environment ripe for students and faculty to treat 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.

This workshop is partially supported by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the College of Science at George Mason University.

For this workshop, ICERM welcomes applications from undergraduates, graduates, postdocs, and faculty who wish to participate. Undergraduate students and graduate students who apply should ask their advisor to submit a statement of support by July 3. We will ask students to present their work.

 Geometry Labs United Conference

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Confirmed Speakers & Participants

  • Speaker
  • Poster Presenter
  • Attendee
  • Virtual Attendee
  • Aaron Abrams
    Washington and Lee University
  • Ilesanmi Adeboye
    Wesleyan University
  • Elie Alhajjar
    US Military Academy
  • Khaled Allen
    University of Colorado Boulder
  • Caleb Ashley
    University of Michigan
  • Jayadev Athreya
    University of Washington
  • Nicholas Baeth
    Franklin & Marshall College
  • Bram Bekker
    Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Gabriele Benedetti
    University of Heidelberg
  • Vasudha Bharathram
    Riverdale Country School
  • Pat Boland
    University of Michigan
  • Sebastian Bozlee
    University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Harrison Bray
    University of Michigan
  • Jean-Philippe Burelle
    Université de Sherbrooke
  • Kurt Butler
    Stony Brook University
  • Jérôme Champagne
    Université de Sherbrooke
  • Moira Chas
    Stony Brook University
  • Ethan Cohen
    University of Michigan
  • Matei Coiculescu
    Brown University
  • Julien Corriveau-Trudel
    Université de Sherbrooke
  • Annalisa Crannell
    Franklin and Marshall College
  • Tommaso Cremaschi
    university of southern california
  • Jeffrey Danciger
    University of Texas at Austin
  • Nguyen-Thi Dang
    Universität Heidelberg
  • Satyan Devadoss
    University of San Diego
  • Aidan Richard Donahue
    George Mason University
  • Joseph Donato
    University of Michigan
  • Spencer Dowdall
    Vanderbilt University
  • David Dumas
    University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Samantha Fairchild
    University of Washington
  • Carlos Florentino
    University of Lisbon
  • Jingyi Gao
    University of Michigan
  • Ajeet Gary
    New York University
  • Dustin Gaskins
    University of Oklahoma
  • Jonah Gaster
    Mathematics
  • Sayonita Ghosh Hajra
    California State University
  • William Goldman
    University of Maryland
  • Krishnendu Gongopadhyay
    Indian Institute of Science Education and Research
  • Peter Gothen
    University of Porto
  • Sergey Grigorian
    University of of Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • Yanbing Gu
    Stony Brook University
  • Jialun He
    stony brook university
  • Philipp Hieronymi
    University of Illinois
  • Michael Hill
    UCLA
  • Ryan Hoban
    Bloomberg
  • Christopher Hoffman
    University of Washington
  • Michael Jablonski
    University of Oklahoma
  • Chris John
    Azim Premji University
  • Tejas Kalelkar
    Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune
  • Alex Kapiamba
    University of Michigan
  • Matthew Kearney
    George Mason University
  • Aleksandr Kolpakov
    University of Neuchâtel
  • Alex Kontorovich
    Rutgers University
  • Cagatay Kutluhan
    University at Buffalo (SUNY)
  • Wai Yeung Lam
    Université du Luxembourg
  • Daniel Lautzenheiser
    Cerro Coso College
  • Sean Lawton
    George Mason University
  • Brice Loustau
    TU Darmstadt
  • Jack Love
    George Mason University
  • Anton Lukyanenko
    George Mason University
  • Aidan Mager
    University of Washington
  • Martin Magid
    Wellesley College
  • Alba Málaga Sabogal
    free-lance
  • Christopher Manon
    University of Kentucky
  • Giuseppe Martone
    University of Michigan
  • Sabetta Matsumoto
    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Daniel Mayerson
    Institut of Theoretical Physics
  • John McCleary
    Vassar College
  • Claire Merriman
    Ohio State University
  • Bjoern Muetzel
    Dartmouth College
  • Stephanie Mui
    New York University
  • Julien Paupert
    Arizona State University
  • Kate Ponto
    University of Kentucky
  • Anja Randecker
    Heidelberg University
  • Brian Ray
    Daniel H Wagner Associates, INC
  • Steven Rayan
    University of Saskatchewan
  • Pier-Olivier Rodrigue
    Université de Sherbrooke
  • Olga Romaskevich
    Free-lance mathematician
  • Tim Ryan
    University of Michigan
  • Laurel Safranek
    University of Washington
  • Mohammad Sajid
    Qassim University
  • Evelyn Sander
    George Mason University
  • Natalie Schoenhals
    University of Colorado Boulder
  • Richard Schwartz
    Brown University
  • Alexandra Seceleanu
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Martin Skrodzki
    RIKEN iThems
  • Tulsi Srinivasan
    Azim Premji University
  • Katherine Stange
    University of Colorado
  • Moshe Stein
    Stony Brook University
  • Connor Stewart
    Stony Brook University
  • Zhe Sun
    University of Luxembourg
  • Laura Taalman
    James Madison University
  • Diaaeldin Taha
    n/a
  • Susan Tarabulsi
    George Mason University
  • Ying Hong Tham
    Stony Brook University
  • Cigole Thomas
    George Mason University
  • Lio Thomas
    The Bronx High School Of science
  • Rodrigo Treviño
    University of Maryland
  • Jeremy Tyson
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Caglar Uyanik
    Yale University
  • Glen Whitney
    StudioInfinity.org
  • Michael Wijaya
    Bard High School Early College (Queens)
  • Aaron Wilson
    The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • Grace Work
    Girls' Angle
  • Meg Wynne
    University of Michigan
  • Ajmain Yamin
    Stony Brook University
  • Jackson Zariski
    University of Washington
  • Zoe Zhou
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Workshop Schedule

Thursday, July 16, 2020
TimeEventLocationMaterials
10:00 - 10:45am EDTWelcome & Lab Updates 
11:15 - 12:00pm EDTInclusivity in mathematics and computer discoveries about loops on surfaces - Moira Chas, Stony Brook University 
1:00 - 1:45pm EDTRunning a Lab Panel - chaired by Jayadev Athreya and Jeremy Tyson  
2:15 - 3:15pm EDTStudent Talks  
3:45 - 4:05pm EDTCareer Development - Brian Ray, Daniel H Wagner Associates, INC 
4:15 - 5:00pm EDTMathematics through 3D printing, a GMU capstone course - Evelyn Sander, George Mason University 
Friday, July 17, 2020
TimeEventLocationMaterials
10:00 - 10:45am EDTUpdates from Labs  
11:15 - 12:00pm EDTSupervising undergraduate research in mathematical visualization - David Dumas, University of Illinois at Chicago 
1:00 - 1:45pm EDTPanel on Outreach - Chaired by Jack Love, Grace Work, and Aaron Wilson  
2:15 - 3:15pm EDTStudent Talks  
3:45 - 4:05pm EDTCareer Development - Ryan Hoban, Bloomberg 
4:15 - 5:00pm EDTThe spheres of Sol - Richard Schwartz, Brown University 

Poster Gallery

Project Simplex

Bram Bekker

Hilbert Schemes and Monomial Ideals

Joseph Donato

Statistics in Deformations of Large Knots

Matthew Kearney

Embedding a Flat Torus in 3D Euclidean Space

Stephanie Mui

Online Geometry Visualization Frameworks - A Case Study

Martin Skrodzki

Maximally Complete Maps on Orientable Surfaces

Connor Stewart

Random Inelastic Billiards

Jackson Zariski

Growth Rates of Tent Maps

Zoe Zhou

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