Category Archives: Art

To cheer you up in difficult times 18: Beautiful drawings by Neta Kalai for my book: “Gina Says”

In 2009 I wrote a book “Gina Says” that appeared here on the blog, about the adventures of “Gina” in the blogsphere. In 2017 the book (edited and shortened a little) appeared in “world scientific.” The most important additions were … Continue reading

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To cheer you up in difficult times 16: Optimism, two quotes

A timely quote “If there’s so much shit around, there has to be a pony somewhere.” Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things and Give me a couple of years free from other duties, and I shall complete the task … Continue reading

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Alef Corner: Math Collaboration

Another artistic view by Alef on mathematical collaboration.   Other Alef’s corner posts

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Alef’s Corner: Math Collaboration 2

Other Alef’s corner posts

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Alef’s corner: Bicycles and the Art of Planar Random Maps

The artist behind Alef’s corner has a few mathematical designs and here are two new ones. (See Alef’s  website offering over 100 T-shirt designs.)   which was used for the official T-shirt for Jean-François Le Gall’s birthday conference. See also … Continue reading

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Alef’s Corner: T-Shirts

The artist behind Alef’s corner has now a website offering over 100 T-shirt designs. In addition to a few pictures related to  mathematics there are many in a few other categories: “Jazz,” “Urban,” “Nature,” “Signature design,” and “Sea”. Here are … Continue reading

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Alef’s Corner: Garbanzo Poisson process

Alef’s previous corner: There is still a small gap in the proof.  

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Alef’s Corner: There is Still a Small Gap in the Proof

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The World of Michael Burt: When Architecture, Mathematics, and Art meet.

  This remarkable 3D geometric object tiles space! It is related to a theory of “spacial networks” extensively studied by Michael Burt and a few of his students. The network associated to this object is described in the picture below. … Continue reading

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Updates (belated) Between New Haven, Jerusalem, and Tel-Aviv

This is a (very much) belated update post from the beginning of March (2016). New Haven I spent six weeks in February (2016) in New Haven. It was very nice to get back to Yale after more than two years. Here … Continue reading

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