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2024


Gave outreach talk to high school students (identifying in an under represented gender) at the University of Waterloo about models of physical systems via experiments and graphs, May 10, 2024.


Gave outreach talk to high school students (identifying in an under represented gender) at the University of Waterloo about models of physical systems via experiments and graphs, May 10, 2024.


Gave outreach talk to high school students (identifying in an under represented gender) at the University of Waterloo about models of physical systems via experiments and graphs, May 10, 2024.


Gave outreach talk to high school students (identifying in an under represented gender) at the University of Waterloo about models of physical systems via experiments and graphs, May 10, 2024.
2023


Teaching talk at University of Toronto (St. George Campus) showcased gadgets from the experimental math space and freely available online tools that can be used to engage student learning in large and small math classrooms. Oct 10, 2023.


Two styles of Brachistochrone Models were compared and discussed: one fabricated in metal by a machine shop at the University of Waterloo and housed in their Applied Mathematics Department, and the other 3d printed at York University and housed in the Experimental Math Space. Both constructed with slight differences that lead to differing performances. Sept 13, 2023.


Two styles of Brachistochrone Models were compared and discussed: one fabricated in metal by a machine shop at the University of Waterloo and housed in their Applied Mathematics Department, and the other 3d printed at York University and housed in the Experimental Math Space. Both constructed with slight differences that lead to differing performances. Sept 13, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


For a third consecutive year, the experimental math space lead a workshop for high school students as part of the Shad York Program. In this year's workshop, students learned about vibrations, the mathematics behind them and related experiments. Thank you to Gilbert Chen, Joe Tran and Professor Iain Moyles for volunteering their time. July 24, 2023.


Open House of Experimental Math Space (EMS) for math professors from other universities. Also invited were York Math undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, who shared their experiences working with the EMS. June 30, 2023.


Open House of Experimental Math Space (EMS) for math professors from other universities. Also invited were York Math undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, who shared their experiences working with the EMS. June 30, 2023.


Open House of Experimental Math Space (EMS) for math professors from other universities. Also invited were York Math undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, who shared their experiences working with the EMS. June 30, 2023.


Open House of Experimental Math Space (EMS) for math professors from other universities. Also invited were York Math undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, who shared their experiences working with the EMS. June 30, 2023.


Open House of Experimental Math Space (EMS) for math professors from other universities. Also invited were York Math undergraduate and graduate students and faculty, who shared their experiences working with the EMS. June 30, 2023.


Colleagues from across Canada investigating objects from the experimental math space at the 2023 Canadian Math Education Study Group in Regina. June 11, 2023.


Colleagues from across Canada investigating objects from the experimental math space at the 2023 Canadian Math Education Study Group in Regina. June 11, 2023.


Demonstrations from the experimental math space at Science Rendezvous allowed families to try out spirographs, slinkies, microscopes, and 3dprinted math objects. Thank you to our undergraduate math student volunteers, Gilbert Chen and Joe Tran, for helping at this year's York Science Rendezvous in Markham. May 13, 2023.


Demonstrations from the experimental math space at Science Rendezvous allowed families to try out spirographs, slinkies, microscopes, and 3dprinted math objects. Thank you to our undergraduate math student volunteers, Gilbert Chen and Joe Tran, for helping at this year's York Science Rendezvous in Markham. May 13, 2023.


Demonstrations from the experimental math space at Science Rendezvous allowed families to try out spirographs, slinkies, microscopes, and 3dprinted math objects. Thank you to our undergraduate math student volunteers, Gilbert Chen and Joe Tran, for helping at this year's York Science Rendezvous in Markham. May 13, 2023.


Demonstrations from the experimental math space at Science Rendezvous allowed families to try out spirographs, slinkies, microscopes, and 3dprinted math objects. Thank you to our undergraduate math student volunteers, Gilbert Chen and Joe Tran, for helping at this year's York Science Rendezvous in Markham. May 13, 2023.


Demonstration of experiments from the experimental math space at the "Coding, Computational Modelling, & Equity in Mathematics Education Symposium" held at Brock University. April 28, 2023.


Demonstration of experiments from the experimental math space at the "Coding, Computational Modelling, & Equity in Mathematics Education Symposium" held at Brock University. April 28, 2023.


Students in Math 3260 (Introduction to Graph Theory) were asked to use microscopes to take pictures of certain minerals and other common surface materials, such as clothing, skin, and textbooks. Once the pictures were obtained, students were then asked to generate a graph based on interesting features of those pictures and discuss the properties learned in class of those graphs. Shown is an image taken with the properties of the graph applied to it. Tuesday, April 4, 2023


Students in Math 3260 (Introduction to Graph Theory) were asked to use microscopes to take pictures of certain minerals and other common surface materials, such as clothing, skin, and textbooks. Once the pictures were obtained, students were then asked to generate a graph based on interesting features of those pictures and discuss the properties learned in class of those graphs. Shown is an image of a quarter taken by a math 3290 student. Tuesday, April 4, 2023


Students in Math 3260 (Introduction to Graph Theory) were asked to use microscopes to take pictures of certain minerals and other common surface materials, such as clothing, skin, and textbooks. Once the pictures were obtained, students were then asked to generate a graph based on interesting features of those pictures and discuss the properties learned in class of those graphs. Tuesday, April 4, 2023


The experimental math space led a hands on activity for graduate students in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. Participants took part in building a threedimensional sphericallike object using piper cleaners to model stereographic projection. Monday, March 27, 2023.


The experimental math space led a hands on activity for graduate students in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. Participants took part in building a threedimensional sphericallike object using piper cleaners to model stereographic projection. Monday, March 27, 2023.


The experimental math space led a hands on activity for graduate students in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. Participants took part in building a threedimensional sphericallike object using piper cleaners to model stereographic projection. Monday, March 27, 2023.


During the York Spring Open House, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to tour and participate in demos in the experimental math space. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


During the York Spring Open House, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to tour and participate in demos in the experimental math space. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


During the York Spring Open House, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to tour and participate in demos in the experimental math space. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


During the York Spring Open House, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to tour and participate in demos in the experimental math space. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


During the York Spring Open House, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to tour and participate in demos in the experimental math space. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Math circles is a math high school enrichment program for students interested in learning beyond their high school's math curriculum. These students spent time learning about the mathematics in the experiments housed in the experimental math space. Saturday, Feb 4, 2023


Graduate students in our department toured and explored the experimental math space. For many, this was the first time they were learning about this space and how it is used in our department to support student learning. This event was part of the Department's Graduate Student Seminar Series, which also included a three minute thesis competition. Wednesday, Feb 1, 2023.


Graduate students in our department toured and explored the experimental math space. For many, this was the first time they were learning about this space and how it is used in our department to support student learning. This event was part of the Department's Graduate Student Seminar Series, which also included a three minute thesis competition. Wednesday, Feb 1, 2023.


Graduate students in our department toured and explored the experimental math space. For many, this was the first time they were learning about this space and how it is used in our department to support student learning. This event was part of the Department's Graduate Student Seminar Series, which also included a three minute thesis competition. Wednesday, Feb 1, 2023.


A collaboration with the Department of Physics and Astronomy (Prof Chris Bergevin and his student Junting Jiang) lead to a 3d printed model of the permutohedron, which is inspired by math professor Mike Zabrocki's research. Friday, Jan 27, 2023.


In Professor Bergevin's lab, playing with the Brachistochrone Problem for the first time after it was 3d printed. Monday, Jan 23, 2023.


Professor Bergevin and his student Junting Jiang explaining the 3d printer to math professors and physics students during the "3d printing party". Monday, Jan 23, 2023.


A 3d printed flexible lizard from Professor Chris Beregevin's physics lab. Monday, January 24, 2023.


A collaboration with the Department of Physics and Astronomy lead to a 3d printed model of the Brachistochrone Problem. Pictured is Professor Chris Beregevin's student Junting Jiang who did the 3d printing. Monday, Jan 23, 2023.
2022


During York's Fall Campus Day, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to learn about the programs in our department, meet math professors and explore experiments from the Experimental Math Space. Saturday, November 20, 2022


During York's Fall Campus Day, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to learn about the programs in our department, meet math professors and explore experiments from the Experimental Math Space. Saturday, November 20, 2022


During York's Fall Campus Day, prospective students and their parents had an opportunity to learn about the programs in our department, meet math professors and explore experiments from the Experimental Math Space. Saturday, November 20, 2022


We had an open house of the Experimental Math Space attended by students and professors. All attendees had an opportunity to explore the items and experiments in this space. Monday Nov 7, 2022


We had an open house of the Experimental Math Space attended by students and professors. All attendees had an opportunity to explore the items and experiments in this space. Monday Nov 7, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


In collaboration with York's English Language Institute, the experimental math space hosted a vibrations and math talk. Afterwards attendees were given an opportunity to explore and play with mathematically inspired experiments about vibrations. Special thank you to Professors Iain Moyles and Jessie Yang for their contributions. August 4, 2022


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


This Math Workshop was a collaboration with York International undergraduate students, high school students and math professors. At this workshop students had an opportunity to explore the mathematics behind robots, vibrations, pendulums, origami, and error correcting code. July 11, 2022.


At this Faculty of Science Open House, we showed prospective students about the experimental math space. Students were able to physically explore such "mathie" objects as the Rubrik's cube, Klein bottle, and mirascope; consequently, gaining an insider's perspective of experiential learning in the mathematics discipline. May 14, 2022


The experimental math space sponsored a workshop at the Canadian Mathematics Society Annual Summer Meeting. At this handson workshop, we experimented with the mathematics behind labyrinths. We constructed our labyrinth from a "seed" (white tape shown on the green tarp) and followed mathematical principles to create a viable route. This workshop was lead by Professor Susan Gerofsky from UBC. June 4, 2022


The experimental math space sponsored a workshop at the Canadian Mathematics Society Annual Summer Meeting. At this handson workshop, we experimented with the mathematics behind labyrinths. We constructed our labyrinth from a "seed" (white tape shown on the green tarp) and followed mathematical principles to create a viable route. The photo shown is the completed labyrinth. This workshop was lead by Professor Susan Gerofsky from UBC. June 4, 2022


The experimental math space sponsored a mathematical labyrinth workshop at the Canadian Mathematics Society Annual Summer Meeting. This was lead by UBC professor, Susan Geroksy. In the photo shown, participants are walking the labyrinth that they created. Professor Gerofsky is playing accordion music to accompany the movement of walking the labyrinth. This is a concept known as "embodied mathematics"; that is, learning math through physical approaches such as dancing, writing and reading poetry, playing music, gardening, etc. June 4, 2022


In this photo, Professor Gerofsky is teaching about mathematical labyrinths. She has strapped in front of her, an accordion. As participants are walking the labyrinth that they created, Professor Gerofsky is playing accordion music to accompany the movement of walking the labyrinth. This is a concept known as "embodied mathematics"; that is, learning math through physical approaches such as dancing, writing and reading poetry, playing music, gardening, etc. June 4, 2022
2020


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, probability, mathematical logic and graph theory. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for helping us with this event. March 7, 2020.


Math 3250 (Mathematical Biology) student working on the coupled water tank for his class presentation. Wednesday, March 4, 2020.


These multicolour cubes can be used to model arithmetic and geometry. February 14, 2020.


This geometric shape was built from polydron frameworks by a grade 2 student during Math Kangaroo Learning Sessions. February 8, 2020.


Participants and volunteers at our math kangaroo learning sessions building geometric shapes with polydron frameworks. Saturday February 8, 2020.


Participants and volunteers at our math kangaroo learning sessions building geometric shapes with polydron frameworks. Saturday February 8, 2020.


Professor Jane Heffernan speaking to York Science Scholars about using robots for modelling such processes as firefly synchronization or optimal path finding. February 3, 2020.


Math 4100 (Topics in Math Education) students exploring logic, shapes, patterns and arithmetic using "Attribute Blocks". Professor Andrew Skelton was their instructor. Monday, January 27, 2020.


Math 4100 (Topics in Math Education) students exploring logic, shapes, patterns and arithmetic using "Attribute Blocks". Professor Andrew Skelton was their instructor. Monday, January 27, 2020.
2019


High school students (grades 9 to 12) from our Math Circle Program were given a tour and demonstration of the mathematicallyinspired experiments housed in our experimental math space. A special thank you to doctoral math student Yohana Solomon for volunteering her time. November 16, 2019.


High school students (grades 9 to 12) from our Math Circle Program were given a tour and demonstration of the mathematicallyinspired experiments housed in our experimental math space. A special thank you to doctoral math student Yohana Solomon for volunteering her time. November 16, 2019.


High school students (grades 9 to 12) from our Math Circle Program were given a tour and demonstration of the mathematicallyinspired experiments housed in our experimental math space. A special thank you to doctoral math student Yohana Solomon for volunteering her time. November 16, 2019.


High school students (grades 9 to 12) from our Math Circle Program were given a tour and demonstration of the mathematicallyinspired experiments housed in our experimental math space. A special thank you to doctoral math student Yohana Solomon for volunteering her time. November 16, 2019.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with polydron frameworks to create threedimensional geometric shapes. Professor Nika was their instructor. Nov 13, 2019.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with polydron frameworks to create threedimensional geometric shapes. Professor Nika was their instructor. Nov 13, 2019.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with polydron frameworks to create threedimensional geometric shapes. Professor Nika was their instructor. Nov 13, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


This explore science event invited families from the York region to experiment with math. Activities included demonstrations in our experimental math space, building fractals, modelling vibrations via slinkies, shaking tables and string, and playing mathematical card games. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers Emily, Gualin and Robert. October 19, 2019.


Polydon frames and shapes for constructing threedimensional geometric shapes. August 6, 2019.


A display of some of the mathematically inspired objects housed in our experimental math space. August 6, 2019.


A display of the some of the mathematically inspired objects housed in our experimental math space. August 6, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, Professor Zhu is demonstrating vibrations in a string and on a vibrating plate. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, students are discussing examples in the real world in which vibrations occur. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp listening to the workshop "Experimental Math: Exploring Vibrations". This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, doctoral student Yohana Solomon demonstrating vibrations in a string. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, students are watching a demonstration of the waves created in a string. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, student are exploring and modelling vibrations in a slinky. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, students are hearing vibrations created by a slinky. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, Professor Zhu assists students in building a speaker to hear the vibrations generated from a slinky. July 8, 2019.


Demonstration of the vibrations in a flexible link for high school students attending summer math camp. The flexible link models structures such as the wing of an airplane. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, students are exploring the mathematical software used to control the vibrations in a flexible link. July 8, 2019.


High school students from the summer math camp. This particular camp was sponsored by the Canadian Mathematical Society. In this photo, students are exploring the sand patterns created on a vibrating circularshaped plate. July 8, 2019.


At the gallery walk at the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group in Antigonish, Nova Scotia presenting about the experimental math space to mathematicians and math educators. June 2, 2019.


Math 4000 (Individual Project) student working in the experimental math space. May 7, 2019.


Our first open house where math students had the opportunity to speak with math professors about the courses they teach, and learn more about how the experimental math space will be incorporated into lesson plans. The open house also included demonstrations of our mathematically inspired equipment. April 9, 2019.


Our first open house where math students had the opportunity to speak with math professors about the courses they teach, and learn more about how the experimental math space will be incorporated into lesson plans. The open house also included demonstrations of our mathematically inspired equipment. April 9, 2019.


Our first open house where math students had the opportunity to speak with math professors about the courses they teach, and learn more about how the experimental math space will be incorporated into lesson plans. The open house also included demonstrations of our mathematically inspired equipment. April 9, 2019.


Our first open house where math students had the opportunity to speak with math professors about the courses they teach, and learn more about how the experimental math space will be incorporated into lesson plans. The open house also included demonstrations of our mathematically inspired equipment. April 9, 2019.


Students in Math 4100 (Topics in Mathematical Education) exploring the use of Zometools as a manipulative for use in primary and secondary mathematics teaching. Professor Skelton was their instructor. March 5, 2019.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with Sphero Bolts to learn computational geometry. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Jan 23, 2019.


Students in Professor Heffernan's MATH 4090 (Mathematical Modelling) course using robots to describe random walks in discrete time. January 11, 2019.


Students in Professor Heffernan's MATH 4090 (Mathematical Modelling) course using robots to describe random walks in discrete time. January 11, 2019.


Students in Professor Heffernan's MATH 4090 (Mathematical Modelling) course using robots to describe random walks in discrete time. January 11, 2019.
2018


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring programming robots as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring programming robots as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring the coupled water tank and inverted pendulum as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring the coupled water tank and inverted pendulum as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring the coupled water tank and inverted pendulum as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with 3D printed mathematical shapes. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 7, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) working with 3D printed mathematical shapes. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 7, 2018.


Students in Math 3052 (Exploring Geometries) exploring the coupled water tank and inverted pendulum as part of their studies in the use of computational geometry and technology in a mathematics classroom. Professor Skelton was their instructor. Nov 28, 2018.


Gina, Spencer, Emily and Professor Heffernan building the Lego Mindstorm robots. Oct 9, 2018.


Spencer, Emily and Gina beginning to build the Lego Mindstorm robots. Oct 9, 2018.


Emily, Gina and Gian building the Lego Mindstorm robots. Oct 9, 2018.


Kevin and Louis exploring the wave generating water tank. Oct 9, 2018.


Professor Skelton learning about programming Lego Mindstorm Robots. Oct 9, 2018.