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Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab

Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab

The WXML is a group of mathematical explorers, with faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, and community members coming together for a journey of discovery. We showcase mathematics as a creative discipline, via experimental, computational, and especially visual mathematics. Visit our website for additional information.

## Past Events

- WXML poster session -
- WXML Poster Session -
- WXML poster session -
- Density of small-cancellation group presentations (Michal Ferov, University of Newcastle (Australia)) -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Open House -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Final Meeting -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Mid-quarter Meeting -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Open House -
- WXML Final Meeting (WXML) -
- WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
- WXML Mid-Quarter Meeting (WXML) -
- Seattle Math Club - , , ,
- WXML Opening Meeting (WXML) -
- WXML Math Teacher Circle (Middle) -
- WXML Math Teacher Circle (Elementary) -
- Geometry Labs United 2017 - , , ,
- How to Become a Liberated Mathematician in 13 Painful Years (Piper Harron, Hawaii) -
- Triangular Numbers and an interesting Equilibrium. (Mel Currie, NSA) -
- A brief introduction to spectral graph theory (John Urschel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) -