Mind and Shape in Tübingen
MIND AND SHAPE is a permanent exhibition at the University of Tübingen. It gives an insight into the world of mathematical thought, showing historic mathematical models, portraits of the most influencing mathematicians in Tübingen and a touch screen station.
Mathematics students of the University of Tübingen guide school classes and other interested groups through the exhibition upon request. They were trained to explain the exhibits and communicate the beauty of mathematics in a workshop by JProf. Carla Cederbaum and Sophia Jahns.
If you are interested in a guided visit, please contact email@example.com
Members of the local committee
From left to right: Prof. Frank Loose, Sophia Jahns, JProf. Carla Cederbaum, Dr. Gerhard Betsch, Julian Windmöller
The start screen of the virtual station
Menü der IMAGINARY Touchscreen-Station
Touchscreen with the Snapshot Slider and the IMAGINARY exhibits
Posters explaining the virtual exhibits
From left to right: JProf. Carla Cederbaum (training of the guides), Armin Fabian, Anja Fetzer, Yannic Senkel, Sophia Jahns (training of the guides), Markus Wolff, Penelope Gehring, Tuan-Fi Kevin Nguyen, Oliver Schön