Celebrating the Ein Stein
This weekend on Sunday at 12 noon ET (Atlanta time*), we will host a Zoom session (at a new URL, see below) to celebrate this week’s extraordinary announcement by David Smith, Joseph Samuel Myers, Craig S. Kaplan, and Chaim Goodman-Strauss of the discovery of an aperiodic monotile: a single tile which (along with its mirror image) tiles the infinite 2D plane aperiodically.
The session will be recorded, and we may later post edited highlights on the G4G YouTube channel.
Participants will need the meeting ID and passcode if they join directly from Zoom, without using the link. People will be able to see each other if they have webcams. Share screen will also be available.
Here are the connection details:
- Topic: G4G Meeting
- Time: Sunday, March 26 at 12 noon ET (Atlanta time)
- Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/
88016774684?pwd= YUJPdGNubUxPUXhObk1QaGFYVDgydz 09
- Meeting ID: 880 1677 4684
- Passcode: MathFun
It is helpful to have Zoom installed.
There are apps for Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android.
We hope that our guests this Sunday will include:
- Chaim Goodman-Strauss
- Doris Schattschneider
- Robert Fathauer
- Marjorie Senechal
MoMath, where Chaim currently works, is hosting a special online session about it this Saturday at 3pm ET (Atlanta / New York time)
New G4G Video on our Channel
We’ve uploaded a new video on our YouTube channel “Ars Combinatoria – David Singmaster“ from the 1980s. Thanks to Michele Emme for making this available!
Instead of our usual Saturday Gathertown social, this weekend on Sunday at 12 noon ET (Atlanta Local Time), we will host a Zoom session (at a new URL, see below) to celebrate this week’s extraordinary announcement by David Smith, Joseph Samuel Myers, Craig S. Kaplan, and Chaim Goodman-Strauss.