HEGL offers research projects to students mentored by faculty members. Participating in a project is an opportunity to learn fun mathematics, practice one’s programming skills, and use cool technology!
The output of a project can be one or more of the following:
- A talk at the HEGL Community Seminar.
- A blog entry on this website.
- A computer application, web-based and/or hosted on GitHub.
- A piece of mathematical artwork, such as a 3D printed or hand crafted object.
- A written report, especially if the project is part of a Bachelor or Master thesis.
If you have ideas for new projects, let us know. We will be happy to discuss them with you! To sign up for a project, send us an email!
All academic credits earned through HEGL (Pro)seminars and Student Projects count as Mathematics credits only. In particular, HEGL activities are not part of the Computer Science Handbook, so they cannot count as academic credits towards those degrees.