I’ve been quiet for a couple of weeks because I am doing some traveling. My first stop was The 2nd Elbe Sandstones Geometry Workshop. This workshop had an interesting location — a mountain in the middle of nowhere in the Czech Republic. 46 more words

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#### Random Stories from IPAM - Part 2

This post is another brief update from the ongoing IPAM semester on Algebraic Techniques for Combinatorial and Computational Geometry.

If you are not in Los Angeles but are interested in these topics, you can now view videos of many of the talks that we had here. 153 more words

#### Random Stories from IPAM - Part1

Since my previous post, I moved from freezing New York to sunny LA. I am participating in a semester on Algebraic Techniques for Combinatorial and Computational Geometry… 498 more words

#### Motives in Paris and Regulators in Barcelona

The Events page has been updated again. Some highlights:

- Copenhagen Topology Conference (Jan 8-10)
- Cohomology of algebraic varieties, Hodge theory, algebraic cycles, motives, in Paris (April 26-30)
- Regulators in Barcelona (July 12-22)

#### More conferences

A few more conferences have been added to the Events page. Some highlights for the coming months:

#### Singapore Math Training Sessions

*(Image courtesy of Indexed.)*

I’ll be presenting “*How to Use Strategies from Singapore Math to Strengthen your Math Instruction*” in Cincinnati on May 13, Atlanta on May 14 and in New Jersey on May 20 & 21, 2009. 65 more words

#### NCTM Takeaways

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Exposition (NCTM) has ended and I wanted to share a few quick items regarding Singapore Math. 363 more words