Join Ben Orlin, math educator and author of *Math with Bad Drawings*, as he discusses how seemingly useless bits of pure mathematics often find surprising applications. How is it that, from knot theory to meta-logic to higher-dimensional geometry, the math that sounds the most fanciful turns out to be the most useful?

Tickets are available online via the registration link below. If available, tickets at the door may incur an additional charge.

When

October 19, 2018 6:00 pm
through
7:30 pm

Location

National Museum of Mathematics

11 E. 26th St.

New York, NY 10010

United States

11 E. 26th St.

New York, NY 10010

United States

Contact

Event Fee(s)

Event Fee | $ 12.00 |