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Call for Papers: Graphs, Mappings and Combinatorics at the Minnesota State Fair
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 2:07 am    Post subject: Call for Papers: Graphs, Mappings and Combinatorics at the Minnesota State Fair Reply with quote

Leonardo's Basement (www.leonardosbasement.org) a Minneapolis based
school for Art, Science, Mathematics and Technology has been most
honorably charged with the assignment of "do some math stuff for us" by

the Minnesota State Fair Organizing Committee. To this end we are
issuing a call for papers on the topic of "Graphs, Mappings and
Combinatorics at the Minnesota State Fair". Papers submitted need not

pertain specifically to the Minnesota State Fair but should generally
embrace the topic of a state fair for example:

1 - animal sizes
2 - crowd movement
3 - corndog consumption
4 - are people having fun?
5 - hypotheses on why some amusement rides do not exist
6 - puzzle challenges
7 - puzzle solutions
8 - anything having to do the SOMA Cube Puzzle, because we are making a

huge one (it is kind of how we got the gig)


Dissertations that are tongue in cheek, completely unprovable,
incomprehensible or just plain funny to read out loud, are of course
most welcome. Please submit by August 1, 2006. Selected papers will
be presented on top of the world's largest SOMA Cube Puzzle (assembled
from 4ftx4ftx4ft cubes) on September 4, 2006. Presentation preference
will be shown to participants who:


1 - submit
2 - can show up
3 - have an appetite for the absurd


At this time we are not able to reimburse travel or lodging expenses.
However if you have a truly gonzo mathematics presentation I will be
most encouraged to figure something out.

Please send your submission to my special no spam email:

epvnospam-nospam1@yahoo.com

If you need to snail mail please contact me at the above email address
and I will provide a mailing address.
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