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In-Person Live Outdoor Tour (Fall–Winter 2021)
Prof. Loh's city-to-city outdoor public math talk tour is back. These fun events sought to inspire students to see math from a different angle and to embrace challenge, while also sharing educational strategies with parents.
Tentative tour stops are listed below, and will be confirmed based upon expected attendance. Once an event has a link, it is confirmed. If you live near one of these tentative tour stops, and would like to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know any local groups or organizations which would be interested in bringing their community to the event, they will be acknowledged at the event.
At these events, personal digital devices (phones, tablets) will be used to access the screen, via the button below, after joining the local WiFi hotspot with password 12345678. The address that this button goes to is http://10.11.0.1
For several years Po-Shen Loh routinely traveled the country (and world) on a weekly basis, giving math talks in different cities to increase interest and ability in math. When COVID-19 made it difficult to host in-person events, he launched a YouTube Live math show, Ask Math Anything, with Po-Shen Loh, in which he interactively answers math questions asked in real-time via YouTube Live.
Due to YouTube's legal restrictions regarding real-time chat, active participation in all live streams is meant for people 13 years of age or older.
This button to join the active live stream will be updated 15 minutes before the stream start time, and all streams will also appear at that time on our Official YouTube Channel.
If you are unable to join the YouTube streams (for example, if your country blocks YouTube), you are welcome to join this alternate Zoom link. Po-Shen Loh will not be actively paying attention to the Zoom link, but it will stream his session. This Zoom link will be activated for all of the live streams advertised on this page, except for the Carnegie Mellon University classes.
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Summer 2021 In-Person Live Outdoor Tour (preserved for reference)
Since the COVID situation significantly improved in the USA over Summer 2021, Prof. Loh conducted a city-to-city math tour, holding outdoor public math talks through late June, July, and August. These fun events sought to inspire students to see math from a different angle and to embrace challenge, while also sharing educational strategies with parents.