2013 2014


  • Katja Fält (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
    Labyrinths in the Nordic Countries - Art, History, and Culture
    [slideshow] [comments to the slideshow] [video]
  • Robert Fathauer (USA)
    Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science
  • Kristóf Fenyvesi (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
    The Experience Workshop MathArt Movement: Experience-centered Education of Mathematics through Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities
    [paper] [video]
  • Miklós Hoffmann (Eszterházy Károly College, Hungary)
    How sharp is a curve - differential geometry in primary and secondary schools
  • Slavik Jablan (ICT College of Vocational Studies, Serbia)
    Modularity in Art
  • Ruth Mateus-Berr (University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria)
    Art & Design Mathers
    [slideshow] [video]
  • Ljiljana Radovic (MISANU, Serbia)
    Workshop on mirror curves
    [slideshow] [appendix1] [appendix2] [video]
  • Lóránt Réz (Eszterházy Károly College, Hungary)
    The music of the spheres on the front of the Gesú Nuovo in Naples
    [résumé] [video]
  • Rinus Roelofs (WENK, Belgium)
    The interesting side of polyhedra
  • Ilona Téglási (Eszterházy Károly College, Hungary)
    Developing visual logic and problemsolving by logical games and toys
  • Timo Tossavainen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
    On perpendicularity
    [slideshow] [video]
    Three theories and a teachnig model
  • Andrea Solazzo (Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, Belgium)
    Architecture and geometry
  • Ildikó Szabó (Experience Workshop Math-Art Movement, Hungary)
    Mathematical Body Building with ZOMETOOL and Countless Challenges to Brainy Builders with JOVO
  • Sunčica Zdravković, Đurđica Takači (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
    Mathematical modeling in education
    [slideshow] [video]