SURFER on the Web

SURFER on the Web
26 Jul. 2012

At the Oberwolfach IMAGINARY workshop in July 2012 it was decided to put a focus on web development. For the program SURFER it is planned to offer a web version, i. e. a Java ray tracer of algebraic surfaces in form of a browser applet. This applet can the be easily controlled in the browser html environment through javascript commands. The user interface can then be easily updated and is open for contributions from our developer community.

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18 Feb. 2016

Today, the first mathematical shopping center opens in Heidelberg, Germany. The Mathematikon shops are integrated into the building complex called Mathematikon.

Together with mathematicians from 14 countries, IMAGINARY created the mathematical content and is also...Leer más

11 Ene. 2016

IMAGINARY has launched a new educational and artistic format called “MathLapse” to highlight the link between mathematics and real-world phenomena. The name MathLapse (ML) is inspired by the timelapse-technique in physics: By re-scaling time, phenomena are visualized which we cannot observe directly.

A ML is short, simple, self-contained, creative and...Leer más

16 Nov. 2015
Shaping the future of mathematics communication

What is the future of mathematics communication? How does successful knowledge transfer in mathematics look like? What are its modern tools, concepts, and strategies? How can the public be engaged in a meaningful way?

IMAGINARY Conference on Open and Collaborative Communication of Mathematical Research 2016 (IC16) is an interdisciplinary...Leer más

10 Nov. 2015

Las instantáneas son artículos cortos y de fácil comprensión sobre temas recientes de investigación matemática. Describen problemas e ideas matemáticas de un modo accesible y comprensible, y arrojan luz sobre los temas de actualidad en la comunidad matemática a cualquiera que esté interesado en la matemática contemporánea.

Las instantáneas están escritas por verdaderos expertos en sus campos. En el Instituto de...Leer más

5 Jul. 2015

We are very happy to share the good news with you!

At the opening of the Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE) exhibition in Heidelberg today, a new collaboration project was announced:...Leer más

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