July 16-17, 2020:
The third bi-annual GLU conference will be held at ICERM in Providence, RI. Support is provided by the George Mason University and ICERM.
GLU hosted a session at the Joint Mathematics Meeting on “Geometry Labs United: Research, Visualization, and Outreach“. The session featured talks by representatives of each lab, as well as a panel on starting and running a lab. Slides from the presentations are available below.
- Geometry Labs United: Welcome and Overview
- The near-peer mathematical mentoring cycle: studying the impacts of outreach
- 3D Printing for outreach at the UIC Mathematical Computing Laboratory
- Rice Geometry Lab
- LoG(M): making connection and community natural at Michigan
- Mathways: building a pipeline to undergraduate research in the Illinois Geometry Lab
- Dynamics on the Character Variety of the Fricke Spaces of Surfaces on Two Generators
- An Overview of the University of Kentucky Math Lab
- Mason Experimental Geometry Lab: Overview and Community Engagement
- Labs: The I-Center at Kansas State University, 12 years of trans-generational math research
- Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab (WXML)
For additional information on starting a lab, please see the Mason Experimental Geometry Lab “Start Your Own Lab” and FAQ.
GLU was featured in the AMS Notices article “Geometry Labs United: An Invitation“. If you are interested in starting a lab or joining our network, please take a look at the FAQ and send us an email at email@example.com.
The second bi-annual GLU conference was held at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, in August 2019.
The first GLU conference was held at the University of Illinois in Urbana, IL, August 28-30, 2015. (Conference website no longer available.)
Read about the Geometry Labs in a Scientific American column “Deep Spaces: Geometry Labs Bring Beautiful Math to the Masses“.