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CS Prof Dr. Robert Bridson

CS's Christopher Batty and Prof. Robert Bridson's paper Computational Physics in Film was published in December 2010's edition of Science. (Full version available to the UBC community and other paid subscribers.)

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Distinguished Lecture Series: Algorithms Meet Art, Puzzles, and Magic - Erik Demaine

Date: 
Wednesday, January 20, 2010 | 3:30pm
Location: 
DMP110

When I was six years old, my father Martin Demaine and I designed and made puzzles as the Erik and Dad Puzzle Company, which distributed to toy stores across Canada. So began our journey into the interactions between algorithms and the arts (here, puzzle design). More and more, we find that our mathematical research and artistic projects converge, with the artistic side inspiring the mathematical side and vice versa. Mathematics itself is an art form, and through other media such as sculpture, puzzles, and magic, the beauty of mathematics can be brought to a wider audience.

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