A Maths Communication Conference
Every two years in the UK · Next event 2019
Talking Maths in Public is a conference for people who work in, or otherwise participate in, communicating mathematics to the public. It is a chance for us to get together and participate in workshops, share ideas and get to know each other. The event includes workshops provided by expert guests, discussions on varied topics, networking sessions and chances to share ideas and showcase projects.
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The first Talking Maths in Public Conference took place at the University of Bath on Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd September 2017.
The event was kindly supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the London Mathematical Society, the University of Bath, and in smaller part by Maths Inspiration, Think Maths, the University of Leeds and the Royal Institution.
Presenter skills (with science communicator James Soper)
Freelance skills (with freelance project manager Rachel Mason)
Accessibility (with maths communicator Alison Kiddle)
Comedy (with presenter, comedian and author Timandra Harkness)
Maths outreach at science festivals and events
Digital outreach including YouTube and podcasting
Presentation hacks to improve the quality of presentations
Maths outreach to primary age groups
The relationship between outreach and education
Diversity in maths outreach
The event was compered and hosted by Stand-up Mathematician Matt Parker.
TMIP has a Code of Conduct (PDF), which we hope all attendees can read and follow. We will update this if needed before the 2019 event.