Applying Mathematical Arts

How can math explain everyday things like spider webs and flowers? What do the Golden Ratio and the Circle of Fifths have to do with naturally occurring patterns, breathtaking architecture, and the composition of majestic symphonies? Find out by exploring non-Euclidean geometry, tessellations, Platonic solids, and more. Discover how photogrammetry is used to reconstruct crime scenes and decipher satellite data. Dive into the mesmerizing work of M.C. Escher. Use the Fibonacci numbers to explain nature. Learn how designers, architects, and engineers use mathematical principles to create their designs.

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Term 2 (July 7–27)
Wake Forest University, NC
Summer Studies Program: 
Center Math