The Lab will have a physical room at Heidelberg university (to be announced soon), conceived as a discussion space and workspace. It will be equipped with cutting-edge technology, including work stations, a supercomputer, a 3D printer, a presentation space, books, a coffee machine, and more.
The Lab will be staffed by one or two student workers and will be open to the community at fixed hours that will be announced here.
Location and opening hours
The location of the Lab and the opening hours will be announced here soon.
The list of equipment available at the Lab will be announced here soon.
Here are listed some nice books related to experimental mathematics and visualization. Some of them will be available at the Lab:
- Opt Art: From Mathematical Optimization to Visual Design by Robert Bosch (see talk at Google).
- Generative Art: A Practical Guide Using Processing by Matt Pearson.
- Effective Computational Geometry for Curves and Surfaces (Mathematics and Visualization) by Jean-Daniel Boissonnat.
- Mathematics and Art: A Cultural History by Lynn Gamwell.
- Math Art: Truth, Beauty, and Equations by Stephen Ornes.
- Computational Drawing: From Foundational Exercises to Theories of Representation by Carl Lostritto.
- Lumen Naturae: visions of the abstract in art and mathematics by Matilde Marcolli.
- The Seduction of Curves: The Lines of Beauty That Connect Mathematics, Art, and the Nude by Allan McRobie.
- Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing by Henry Segerman.