October is Black Mathematician Month!

October is Black Mathematician Month!
2 Oct. 2017

Coinciding with the tradition in some countries of the Black History Month, the Black Mathematician Month is an effort for public sensiblilzation of the presence of the black minority in the mathematical community. Promoted by the Chalkdust magazine, a series of articles written by black mathematicians will appear in that magazine and in other supporting math outreach projects (The Aperiodical, Plus, IMAGINARY).


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3 Nov. 2014

We are pleased to announce that we received funding by Cap’Maths to establish an autonomous unit “IMAGINARY France” starting in December 2014.  Its purpose is to translate all existing content into French, to have more contributions from French mathematicians and organize exhibitions and events in France. The first meeting to discuss the composition of the...Leer más

10 Oct. 2014

Together with the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) South Africa and the AIMS Next Einstein Initiative, IMAGINARY is planning a series of events to boost mathematics communication on the African continent in the near future. After the first very successful event in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, we will introduce two upcoming events: a congress in Rabat, Morocco, and a workshop-conference in Cape Town, South Africa.Leer más

13 Ago. 2014

IMAGINARY is present at the ICM 2014 in Seoul with the biggest exhibition so far, NIMS-IMAGINARY and a special panel titled “Mathematics communication for the future - a vision slam”. Furthermore IMAGINARY is collaboration partner of the...Leer más

25 Jun. 2014

There will be a big IMAGINARY exhibition in Heidelberg, Germany, July 20 - August 10!
The Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnhof is an attractive location, which even has its own movie theater.

There will be four exhibition stations:

  1. The well known IMAGINARY
  2. ...Leer más
15 Abr. 2014

El Centro de Arte y Tecnología de Zaragoza, Etopía, abrió el pasado 9 de abril un nuevo espacio expositivo «Ciencia Remix», que incluye dos exposiciones: Matopía y Ciencia Ciudadana.

Matopía es una exposición matemática que incluye entre otros los módulos MarteMáticas (matemáticas en el arte), Suertes (sobre el azar), o el programa SURFER de...Leer más