Celebration of Mind at Stanford
485 Lasuen Mall
1:30 pm–4:30 pm
The program consists of short talks in recreational mathematics, magic, art and puzzles presented in Cubberley Auditorium (directions and parking information below), followed by engaging activities in the Cubberley Lobby.
- John Edmark, Artist
- Ravi Fernando, Cuber and Juggler
- Lucas Garron, Speed Cuber
- Melinda Green, Puzzle Designer
- Andrea Hawksley, Mathematical Artist
- Scott Kim, Puzzle Master
- Alexa Meade, Artist
- Mark Mitton, Magician
- Hector Rosario, Julia Robinson Math Festival
- Henry Segerman, Mathematician and Artist
- Scott Vorthmann, Zometool Expert, Creater of vZome
- Sydney Weaver, Speed Cuber
About Celebration of Mind
Martin Gardner is known for inspirational writing in mathematics and science, as well as for the classic Lewis Carroll reference The Annotated Alice. His column, Mathematical Games, ran in Scientific American from the 1950s through the 1980s, and inspired many people through the intersections of mathematics with art, music, puzzles, and games. Even those who don’t recognize his name may be familiar with ideas he helped popularize, from the work of M.C. Escher to flexagons and Conway's Game of Life. In order to commemorate his accomplishments and spirit, Celebrations of Mind events are held all across the globe, often on or around Gardner's birthday, October 21.
This event is co-sponsored by Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies and the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival, and is organized by Stan Isaacs and Rick Sommer.
Directions and Parking
next to the clock tower at the intersection Escondido Mall and Lasuen Mall. Parking is free on campus on weekends. Park either on the main Oval, or the Memorial Lot just north of the Memorial Hall on Memorial Way, or South of the campus union at Mayfield Ave.
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