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The Mason Experimental Geometry Lab's experimental approach to pure and applied mathematics leverages visualization and computation to build a better understanding of cutting-edge mathematics and develop new conjectures and theorems.
Faculty and students in the lab work together using a range of tools including parallel computing, 3D printing, virtual reality simulations, and interactive mathematics demonstrations.
Students are encouraged to join the lab early on, and learn how to conduct research and use technology through immersion in active projects, with support from their faculty mentors and the MEGL community.
Stepping outside the lab, we share our approach with thousands of K-12 students in the Fairfax community, by providing small-group activities that emphasize curiosity and exploration in the study of mathematics.
We are part of the Geometry Labs United network.
President Washington met with the College of Science for the first time on November 4.
On behalf of the Mathematics Department, MEGL Director Anton Lukyanenko presented President Washington with a 3D-printed mathematical sculpture designed by MEGL students Quincy Frias and Marvin Castellon.
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