Getting ready for Friday with some more 3D prints of one sided surfaces
MEGL is an experimental research lab in mathematics at George Mason University focusing on computation, visualization, and community engagement.
MEGL is an experimental research lab in pure mathematics at George Mason University focusing on the interplay of topology, algebra, and dynamics. These areas come together in the study of moduli spaces; that is, spaces whose points are themselves spaces. We develop alternative modes of experiencing mathematics and engage in grassroots public outreach that fosters excitement about mathematics. Our activities naturally lead to development in 3D printing, virtual reality, and parallel computing.
Mission: Bringing the Platonic Universe to Life.
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