NPO Mathematics Cafe
[11/19-20] Kumamoto Math Autumn Festival [Online / Tsutaya Bookstore Kumamoto Sannenzaka B1 Event Space]
Both adults and children! Let’s make autumn feel familiar with mathematics!
NPO Mathematics Cafe will hold a mathematics festival from Kumamoto that can be enjoyed by elementary school students and adults on November 19th (Sat) and 20th (Sun).
It will be a full two days, including online lectures by researchers from Kumamoto University and Kyushu University, where you can experience mathematics that is familiar to you, online workshops on origami and math games, and biblio battles!
This autumn, we will hold an event in Kumamoto where both adults and children can feel mathematics familiar to them, and revitalize the culture of enjoying mathematics in the Kyushu region!
What kind of impression do you have when you hear the word
“mathematics”? “Is it an image of a study that is a little
inaccessible and separate from our daily lives?” Or is it like a difficult puzzle involving numbers?
In fact, mathematics is also active in unexpected places in our lives, such as thermal power plants and game AI (artificial intelligence). At this event, researchers who are conducting unique research will introduce how mathematics is used in society. We also have fun origami workshops and shape games.
We will provide opportunities to rediscover the appeal of mathematics to a wide range of people, including those who are deciding on a career path, parents who are interested in education, and those who have not touched mathematics for a long time.
▼ Click here for details and application (Opening on Wednesday, October 19) https://kumamoto.mathcafe.net
* Deadline: November 19, 2022 (Sat) 9:59
[Date and Time] November 19, 2022, 10:00-19:00, November 20, 10:00-18:00 [Place] Tsutaya Bookstore Kumamoto Sannenzaka B1 event space/online timetable
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*Contents are subject to change.
Supporting organizations (in alphabetical order)
Mathematics Girls, Mathematical Society of Japan
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