Department of Mathematics

American Mathematical Society Einstein Public Lecture

"Fun With Fonts: Mathematical Typography," Erik Demaine, a professor of computer science at MIT.

In this lecture, Demaine will speak about typefonts that he and his father, Martin, have designed. The typefonts are based on mathematical theorems and open problems Demaine is well-known for his significant results, such as a proof of the fold-and-cut theorem, as well as for his legendary curiosity and infectious enthusiasm. Both of these traits, along with his ingenious mind, have led him to tackle and solve problems in diverse areas of mathematics and computer science.

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