### Henry Segerman

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Henry Segerman

Works at Oklahoma State University College of Arts and Sciences

Attended University of Oxford

Lives in Stillwater, OK

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Research related construction.

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+Allen Knutson Haven't heard of it.

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Advance copy of my book arrived today! 3dprintmath.com

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Awesome!

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An alternative to Sicherman dice: another way to generate the distribution of the sum of two ordinary six-sided dice.

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I just uploaded the 3D models from the Tilings and Curvature chapter of my book Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing to Thingiverse.

A Thingiverse Collection named: 4_tilings_and_curvature

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Dear everyone!

We are very proud to present our latest project (to be):

Fractal Rock 2016

http://fractalrock2016.com/

A huge collaboration project with Pooja Shah.

for which we are currently raising the final funds.

Please support and share if you can!

Many thanks in advance!

We are very proud to present our latest project (to be):

Fractal Rock 2016

http://fractalrock2016.com/

A huge collaboration project with Pooja Shah.

for which we are currently raising the final funds.

Please support and share if you can!

Many thanks in advance!

Fractal Rock shares an artistic perspective on math through a climbable sculpture for BM 2016. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!

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In Which the Viewer Travels into the Mirror World by the Use of a Portal.

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I now know how to make animations in Rhino Grasshopper, thanks to +David Bachman's workshop at ICERM #IllustratingMath!

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+Heidi Burgiel Rotating things in S^3 should work, but I don't know of a real-life physical way to do it.

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These look like juggling passing patterns, with five jugglers wandering around.

Animation by twocubes showing the roots of the polynomials x⁵ + tx + 1, x⁵ + tx² + 1, x⁵ + tx³ + 1, and x⁵ + tx⁴ + 1 as t varies along a circle around 0 in the complex plane (with radius 1 and 2).

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Souichiro Ikebe has produced a website with a mind-boggling number of phase portraits/visualizations of functions on the complex plane.

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/

**Real Analytic Eisenstein series**:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_110.html#section070

If you or someone you know researches Maass forms, they need to see this.

**animation of Eisenstein series /with continuously varying weight/**:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/gazou_spec110/110move_0010.gif

**Analytic Continuations (numerical) of a number of chaotic systems including Duffing, Van Der Pol**:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_340.html#section030

**Painleve transcendents**: http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_320.html#section010

**The prime and Fibonacci zeta functions**:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_030.html#section010

**It looks like the roots/poles of the Fibonacci zeta function have something to do with a lattice: ****http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/gazou_spec030/030_1030.png**** ***

**A whole section on q-series: **

**http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub2_qspec_010.html**

**M******* notebooks (which we will hopefully translate into arb/sage/what have you): http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub4_math_010.html

*Abelian and Riemann theta functions: http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_360.html#section010 *

Functions sharing the symmetries of hyperbolic honeycombs:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_120.html#section040

tagging +Richard Green, +Tom Cuchta, +Evelyn Lamb, +John Baez, +William Stein, +Susan Donovan, +Refurio Anachro, +Fredrik Johansson. +Roice Nelson, +Blake Courter, +Vladimir Bulatov

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_110.html#section070

If you or someone you know researches Maass forms, they need to see this.

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/gazou_spec110/110move_0010.gif

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_340.html#section030

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_030.html#section010

*Abelian and Riemann theta functions: http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_360.html#section010 *

Functions sharing the symmetries of hyperbolic honeycombs:

http://math-functions-1.watson.jp/sub1_spec_120.html#section040

tagging +Richard Green, +Tom Cuchta, +Evelyn Lamb, +John Baez, +William Stein, +Susan Donovan, +Refurio Anachro, +Fredrik Johansson. +Roice Nelson, +Blake Courter, +Vladimir Bulatov

数学の特殊関数を詳細なグラフで視覚化。複素変数の場合を中心に約9000個のグラフを掲載。主要な特殊関数をほとんど網羅するほか、視覚化が珍しい関数のグラフも掲載しています。Mathematicaによるコードもダウンロード可能。数学公式、諸性質についての簡単な概説付き。

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Latest blog post!

In this post I discuss a significant obstacle to producing art with 3D-Printing: scale vs economics.

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Scale - and organizing the logistics required for scale - kind of segregated to distinguish "true" artists.

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A spiral staircase Droste effect spherical video, with Chris Hughes and Alexa Meade at http://funhouse.house.

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That's suuuuper trippy! Awesome :)

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Playing with mirrors and varieties of kaleidoscope, with Alexa Meade at http://funhouse.house.

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Work

Occupation

Mathematician

Employment

- Oklahoma State University College of Arts and SciencesAssistant Professor, 2013 - present
- The University of MelbourneResearch Fellow, 2010 - 2013
- The University of Texas at AustinLecturer, 2007 - 2010

Places

Currently

Stillwater, OK

Previously

Melbourne, Australia - Austin, TX - Palo Alto, CA - Stanford, CA - Oxford, UK - Manchester, UK

Story

Tagline

segerman.org

Introduction

Mathematician, working mostly in 3-dimensional geometry and topology, and mathematical artist, working mostly in 3D printing.

Education

- University of OxfordMathematics, 1997 - 2001
- Stanford UniversityMathematics, 2001 - 2007

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Gender

Male