Polynomiography is algorithmic visualization in solving polynomial equations. It finds applications in education, science and art.
Polynomiography has received national and international recognition and media attention, from New Jersey media to international media in Spain, Finland, Italy and more, such as: the Star-Ledger, New Jersey Savvy Living Magazine, Princeton Packet, the Science News, DISCOVER Magazine, Tiede (science magazine) of Finland, and Muy Interesante (popular magazine) of Spain. Polynomiography artworks have been exhibited nationally and internationally in such venues as a traveling art-math exhibition initiated at the Henri Poincare Institute in Paris, traveling to other cities in France and Greece; SIGGRAPH Art Gallery, Los Angeles; Tokyo, as well as at Rutgers and around New Jersey. The artworks have appeared on the cover of publications such as Computer Graphics Quarterly, Princeton University Press, art-math conference proceedings, magazines, and more.
Bahman Kalantari is a Professor of Computer Science at the Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University. Kalantari is the inventor of the field of Polynomiography and its software. He lives and works in New Jersey, United States and has given presentations of Polynomiography in U.S.A, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Poland, Belgium, and Iran.
Thursday, January 3, 2013 – 5-6 PM