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Edmund Harriss

University of Arkansas
Edmund Harriss is a mathematician and mathematical artist, driven by a passion to communicate the beauty and utility of mathematical thinking beyond the discipline. In particular his work builds stronger bridges between research, theory, practice and pedagogy for the use of digital tools and CNC machines in formal and informal settings. His mathematical research is in discrete geometry studying the structure of tilings and patterns, themes that also influence his artwork. Beyond mathematics he has applied these ideas to the study of 2d crystals such as Graphene; this work appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. His research has also appeared in Nature and the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. He published two bestselling coloring books of images drawn from across mathematics and his artwork has been commissioned by several universities including Oklahoma State University, Aix Marseille University and Imperial College in London.

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