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SATURDAY

SESSION 1a : 14:15

1 : Colin and others : Welcome to MathsJam X!
2 : Adam Townsend : Mathematical socks: A review
3 : Belgin Seymenoglu : Math Blaster
4 : Daniele Aurelio : The actual Library of Babel
5 : Rachel Wright : A problem of (inadvertent) pattern making
6 : Adam Atkinson : Roman Mathematics
7 : Geoff Morley : Neosemimagic Tilings
8 : Laurence O'Toole : Predicting Groupthink - A Magic Trick

SESSION 1b : 15:30

1 : Peter Rowlett : #tmwyk
2 : Tony Mann : A curious magic square trick
3 : Mark Fisher : Mersenne and Cole
4 : Eva Lesny : How many are in a few?
5 : David Mitchell : The Brothers Fibonacci; Etiam mingens mathematicae memini!
6 : Claire Cohen : Exploring shapes with Curvahedra
7 : Alaric Stephen : Rational Origami
8 : James Grime : S.O.X.

SESSION 1c 16:35

1 : Tom Button : Is the mathematical mind flat?
2 : Sam Hartburn : (Not) Squaring the Circle
3 : Alexander Bolton : Factor Graphs and Unsupervised Joke Generation
4 : Jonathan Welton : Domino Knights and Patios
5 : Martin Chlond : The Travelling Salesman Problem: A couple of whimsical applications (Part 2)
6 : Alistair Bird : The Bottle Imp
7 : Karen Hancock : How many ways to turn a corner?
8 : Yuen Ng : Moving on from Napier's bones...

SESSION 1d : 17:45

1 : Katie Steckles : Monthly MathsJams
2 : Rob Eastaway : Jardin's Principle
3 : Hannah Gray : Escher in the Palace
4 : Gavan Fantom : What if numbers could have negative digits?
5 : Martin Whitworth : Sums of powers
6 : Elaine Smith : Chinese Take-Away!
7 : Various : Activity Elevator Pitches (two slots)

SUNDAY

SESSION 2a : 09:00

1 : Colin Wright : 70 vs 100
2 : Matthew Scroggs : Why and how I wrote a LaTeX package
3 : Pat Ashforth : Using maths without knowing it
4 : Matt Peperell : An unexpected use for the fibonacci sequence
5 : Isabel Coelho : The Mirror Reversal Problem

SESSION 2b : 09:55

1 : Hugh Hunt : Nodes of vibration of a bending beam
2 : Alison Eves : Florence Nightingale: the compassionate statistician
3 : Andrew Taylor : The "Belt Trick" Spinor
4 : Christian Lawson-Perfect : Baked Sudoku
5 : Miguel Gonçalves : From a new deck to Si Stebbins
6 : Stefania Delprete : Why the music staff is not really mathematically correct?

SESSION 2c : 10:50

1 : Scott Elliott : Modulating secondary waves into screw threads
2 : Sydney Weaver : Permutations of the Cube
3 : Miles Gould : Quantum computing in perspective
4 : Zoe Griffiths : Two thousand and nineteen
5 : Luna Kirkby : Cursed Regular Expressions
6 : Lucy Rycroft-Smith : Ten New Maths Jokes

SESSION 2d : 11:45

1 : Various : Competition Results!
2 : Alison Kiddle : Adventures with Dodecahedra
3 : Tarim : Horseshoe Orbits
4 : Louise Mabbs : Circling the Square & my Mathematical Magic progressions
5 : Gordon Hayes : How to Avoid a Hangover Using Maths

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