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save the date, march 1, 2014
Come tour the Mars Space Flight Facility and see: Images "Live from Mars"; a full-scale model of the Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity; hallways lined with spectacular Mars images. You will also have a chance to talk with scientists currently studying Mars for the latest information.
Presented by the School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences and the Mathematical, Computational & Modeling Sciences Center.
Experience the artistic side of mathematics and the wonders that can be created. Join the School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences to create math artwork in our outdoor studio space. From tessellations to string "theory," paper sculpture and more.
Tyler Mall directly in front of PSA 116 and PSA 118.
Did you know there is a strong correlation between engaging in music and improved academic performance? It’s true! Some studies have shown that drumming can actually improve your academic abilities. Additionally, there are a number of mathematical principles that can be taught through the art of percussion. Whether you channel your inner Travis Barker, Phil Collins, or The Muppets’ Animal it’s all about having fun while learning.
Zone 3 | Bateman Physical Sciences A-wing; Wexler Courtyard
Ever wonder about the math behind juggling? Check out our juggling demos and learn how to juggle too!
Join the School of International Letters and Cultures for a mini language lesson.
Be part of a demonstration where you can use EEG brain signals to move the mouse on your computer screen.
First we record examples of your EEG signals when you imagine moving your arm up.
Then we record your EEG signals when you imagine moving your arm down.
We then assign each EEG recording to a particular mouse movement.
With a little practice, you can learn to move the cursor up and down on your computer screen!
With pens or pixels—how do you like to write? Add to community writing projects on a chalkboard or a Twitter backchannel. Facilitated by members of English's Writing Programs, where: “writing takes place.”
Come take part in the solar energy revolution and work alongside the scientists and engineers of ASU’s Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technology lab to explore the science behind solar energy! At this booth families will be able to watch a solar powered chain reaction machine in action.
Zone 3 | ECG 140 eSpace