MATRIX x IMAGINARY Online gathering 2021

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The MATRIX x IMAGINARY Online Gathering was an online conference that took place on 8 and 9 September 2021.

Below a non-official account of the talks with some links and resources that were shared. Participants are welcome to add information.


Day 1

Mathemalchemy: a mathematical and artistic adventure

Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University (USA)

Writing about math for the New York Times

Steven Strogatz, Cornell University, MoMath (USA)

La Maison de Fermat: A math, heritage and cultural museum

Maryvonne Spiesser and Thomas Ricaud, Maison de Fermat (France)

A successful experience on student engagement in STEM museums

Montserrat Alsina, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)

“Traveling Around the World with Math.” A traveling exhibition.

I-Wei Lai, National Taiwan Normal University (Taiwan)

Math Museums Panorama

Math museum exhibits from around the world

Daniel Ramos, IMAGINARY (Luxembourg)

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Museums of mathematics worldwide: activities of Mathematikum

Albrecht Beutelspacher, Mathematikum (Germany)


Maison Poincaré

Sylvie Benzoni, Institut Henri Poincaré (France)


Katie Chicot, MathsWorldUK (UK)

Seattle Universal Math Museum

Tracy Drinkwater, SUMM (USA)

Kiev Math Museum

Yevhen Kudriavets, Science Museum of Kyiv (Ukraine)

UFMG Mathematics Museum

Carmen Rosa Giraldo Vergara, Fabio Enrrique Brochero Martínez, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil)

Joining Hands: Ideas to Foster Collaboration

A Network of Permanent Exhibitions

Guido Ramellini, MMACA (Spain)

The Handbook of Mathematical Science Communication

Anna Maria Hartkopf, Erin Henning, FU Berlin (Germany)

A website to share ideas and objects

Indira Chatterji, Université Côte d’Azur; Rémi Coulon, Université de Rennes (France)

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Daniel Kline, Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival (USA)

Collaborative Communities

Stephon Alexander (USA)

Day 2

Elm, a good friend of mathematics

Erkal Selman (Germany)

Variants of the 15-puzzle and the effects of holonomy

Henry Segerman, Oklahoma State University (USA)

Sketchnotes of Science

Constanza Rojas-Molina, CY Cergy Paris Université (France)

What we talk about when we talk about Comics & Science

Andrea Plazzi, Symmaceo Communications (Italy); Roberto Natalini, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italy)

Projeto Visitas: Fibo e Sofia

Aniura Milanes Barrientos, Department of Mathematics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Belo Horizonte (Brazil)


Philipp Legner, Mathigon (USA)

Manim (Mathematical Animation Engine)

Oliver Schön, University of Tübingen (Germany)

"One for all, All for one"

Riccardo Moschetti, Curvilinea (Italy)

Math games for real

Gaston Ibarburu, Universidad de la República (Uruguay)


Beau Janzen, Gnomon School of Visual Effects, Games & Animation (USA)

Pooled testing

Lauren Siegel, MathHappens Foundation (USA) at-camp-with-stem-santa-fe/

Revising the visualisation of the "Poincaré homology sphere"

Renate Quehenberger (Austria)

Infinite Fun: Inventing and Exploring with Mobies

Alexey V. Ivchenko, Volgograd State Technical University (Russian Federation); Yana Mohanty, Imathgination LLC, (USA)


Alternative Perspectives

Anton Bakker (USA)

Experience Workshop STEAM Network

Kristóf Fenyvesi, Christopher Brownell and Zsolt Lavicza, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)


Jeanette Shakalli, Fundapromat (Panama)

The Impossible exhibition

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