YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TURN IN MANILA PATTERNS.
11:00 Eunice and Eliva
11:15 Kathy and Zin
11:30 Angel and Linet
11:45 Alexandria and Mable
12:00 Bridget and Brittany
12:15 Amy and Stef
Hi Guys, I’m out sick today. Please see Yoli or Veronica on the third floor for a key. Dr. Davis might also be around.
See you Tuesday for presentations.
In preparation for Project #5, this is a great opportunity to make your visit to the IFF!
Annular Hyperbolic Surfaces
Saturday, January 26 from 3pm – 6pm
Mathematicians long believed it was impossible to make models of hyperbolic space. Then the great Cornell geometer Bill Thurston discovered he could make them from circular rings of paper. Thurston’s model in turn inspired Dr. Daina Tamina to invent hyperbolic crochet. In this workshop we offer a rare opportunity to construct Thurston’s model of hyperbolic space. Led by mathematician Darryl Yong and using beautiful die-cut rings stamped specially for this event, we’ll construct hyperbolic surfaces. This is a one-off workshop. Seating is limited.
Dr. Darryl Yong is a professor of mathematics at Harvey Mudd College with a special interest in math education and outreach.