Maths communicators: assemble! It’s that time again, when everyone’s favourite biannual maths communication conference happens (every two years, in case you weren’t sure). Talking Maths in Public is a conference for people who work in, or otherwise participate in, communicating mathematics to the public.
The event runs from 31st August – 2nd September 2023, and will take place at in the Herschel building at Newcastle University, and online. Sessions will include keynotes on science communication research and communicating maths online, a workshop on audience research, panels on Maths that Moves and Everyday Maths, as well as discussion sessions, skills workshops, networking and lightning talks – and the whole event costs £125 (day rates and bursaries available).
If you’re a maths or maths-adjacent communicator, we can recommend the event highly as a chance to meet other people who talk, write, blog, make videos, draw, sing or otherwise share their love of maths, and to pick up some new ideas and skills too. We’ll all be there! Details and booking are on the programme page at talkingmathsinpublic.uk/programme, and previous events have all sold out so don’t miss your chance!