My talk at Big MathsJam 2022: five talks about trains
A talk about Hamiltonian graphs, leading to the Herschel graph.
I've made another baby, so it's time for another talk about baby maths. Each Peach Pear Plum is a classic picture book for babies, with a beautifully simple rhyming scheme. But I've always wished it was more complete. Join me for an Eulerian tour through fantasy land!
A talk given at EAMS 2020. Presented both as a video and a series of slides with accompanying transcript.
You can impose on Sudoku puzzles a physical system which works surprisingly well. It has phase transitions, and when you reduce the heat it settles into a solved state!
About the Big Internet Math-Off, a competition I ran on The Aperiodical. Given at Talking Maths in Public.
My 5-minute talk at the big MathsJam conference this weekend was about some stacking cups that my daughter is too young to appreciate. Here’s the really quick version, in just over a minute: …
Clever Hans was a famous horse who could answer maths questions. I made my own.
A talk about calculating π, given at Durham University for π day 2016. Contains lots of animations.
A talk about the stuff I was looking at in my aborted PhD.
A talk about zero-knowledge protocols, given at Newcastle's postgraduate forum.
About the 'Princess in a castle' puzzle.
A talk about some physical mathematical objects, given at Newcastle's postgraduate forum.
A talk about Turing completeness, given at Newcastle's postgraduate forum.