Tag Archive: Mathematics

Recent and current projects

I seem to be working on quite a few things at the moment so I thought I would collect a list of them together for those who might be interested. Firstly the course… Continue reading

Reflections in spheres

The beautiful images that can be produced by raytracing reflection in spheres.

LMS internet communication 2

As promised here is a draft of my article on ideas for the LMS and using the internet for society communication. Please comment! Currently the LMS has two main mean of communication. The… Continue reading

LMS internet communication

I have been asked to write a short proposal on internet communication for the council of the LMS (London Mathematical Society). More specifically, how the internet can be used to get better communication… Continue reading

Natural and Maths Sculpture

Sculpture system 5 and the work of the wind come together in snow sculptures.

Laptops are not the problem…

I take on Doron Zeilberger on laptops and talks

Communication at the LMS

The importance of communication the the future of the LMS and mathematics

The strange quest: Mathematics as Concrete Art

Is mathematics just a giant piece of constructive art?

Surfaces in 3 and 4 dimensions

I hope the title is not too confusing, given my previous posts on surfaces. The title of this post is also the title of a work of mine that I have mentioned here… Continue reading

Use of Mathematics and Hyperscopes

The new “Use of Mathematics” A-level has been hotly debated recently. I would like to start by saying that I agree that things need to be done on this topic. There are some… Continue reading

Mathematical materials

To start with a little housekeeping. I have rather neglected this blog, as the summer science exhibition rather took it out of me.  I am also going to retire the unscheduled post tag.… Continue reading

Future of the LMS

I have just posted on the Save the LMS blog. I will repeat it here. A little bit of back story. Towards the end of last year the leaderships of the London Mathematical… Continue reading