We are very excited at the response being received for papers to be presented at SymmAdelaide 2016.
Those advised so far include:
William Huff (Honorary President of the International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry, USA) – In praise of doing what Nature itself cannot.
Denes Nagy – Symmetry: Art & Science – A Journey through five continents with ten congresses.
Ioannis Vandoulakis – Styles of Mathematical Thinking: Is it a matter of Societal Symmetry & Harmony?
Michael Burt (former Dean of Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at Technion Israel Institute of Technology) – New Frontiers in Structural Morphology.
Lynn Arnold AO (Hon Rev, President of Australian Branch of the International Society for Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry) – A Tale of Two Symmetries: A Reflection on the Planning Visions of William Light’s Adelaide and James Oglethorpe’s Savannah.
Ghil’ad Zuckermann (Keynote Orator, University of Adelaide, Australia) – One New Word, Two Mirroring Parents: Symmetry, Serendipity, Semantics and Sound-Shift.
Marcello Costa (Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science) – Symmetry as reciprocal responsibility in carer-patient relationship.
Richard Keao NeSmith (formerly of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) – Hawaiian Duality: My Funny Mirror Not So Funny.
Miroslav Brada – Symmetry in Cognition and its reflection in Society.
Ted Goranson & Beth Cardier (Chairperson of the Oversight Committee / Advisory Board Member of the International Society for Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry) – An unreasonable effectiveness: Husimi & Exploratory Origami – http://www.tedgoranson.com and http://www.bethcardier.com
Don Hopgood – Symmetry, Social Harmony & Jazz
Shozo Isihara (Saitama Prefectural University, Japan) – Origami-Models of Paul Schatz Tetrahedra: a new way of making Chiral Shapes by means of Science Origami
Patricia Muñoz (Universi ty of Buenos Aires, Argentina) – From Research to Applications: Non-uniform deformation of the plane
Jeff Nicholas – Symmetry, Enlightenment and Social Harmony in the Streets of Colonial Adelaide.
Janusz Rębielak (Tadeusz Kościuszko University of Technology, Poland) – Symmetric forms applied in architectonic and engineering design
Antonia Redondo Buitrago (IES Bachiller Sabuco, Spain) – Nonagons on Spanish Medieval Carpentry
Masaharu Tanemura – Areal Random Sequential Packings
Dmitry Weise – The Projection of the Medeleev’s Periodic Law on the motif of ethnic ornament
Takashi Yoshino (Tokyo University, Japan) – Axisymmetric flow around a hypersphere in a 4-dimensional space.
Rob Amery (University of Adelaide) – Symmetry & Complementarity in several lesser-known languages: Kaurna and three languages from Indonesia.
Iman Bahramali – Symmetry, Infinity and Social Life.
Tatiana Bonch-Osmolovskaya – Poetry Reading – poems with Mathematics.
Claudio Guerri – The Semiotic Nonagon: A machine to think
Akio Hizume – My Quasi-Periodic Architectural Attempts
Ritsuko Izuhara – Symmetrical and Three-dimensional properties of the Diagrams in the Edo Period
Stanislaw Jurczakiewicz – Symmetry in Tension-Strut Systems for Small Retractable Roofs
Takeo Matsumoto & Masaharu Tanemura – Dense Ellipses Packings & p2gg-4c 1(II) Packing
Patrick McCartney – Utopian Symmetries: Reflections on myth-making, nation-building and future worlds
Keisuke Miyamoto & Yoshinori Teshima – A New 3D Combination Puzzle Based on the Rhombicosidodecahedron
Moreton Moore & Yoshinori Teshima – Intersecting Cylinders: A Class of Symmetrical Solids
Riichirou Negishi – Novel Method to determine Parastichies through Simulation
Felix Patrikeeff – Asymmetry of Ideology
Wendy Sarkissian – Reconciling asymmetry between activism and consultancy
Paul Scott – Cathedrals and Symmetry
Horacio Wainhaus – Ars Heuristica
Tang Xiaoxiang & Cheng Chunjiao – The Symmetrical Beauty: A Unique Perspective of Lingnan Architectural Aesthetics.
Tang Xiaoxiang & Feng Nan – The Symmetry & Asymmetry in the Urban Planning of Dongjing City in the Northern Song Dynasty
Junichi Yananose – Workshop: Making Juno’s Spinner – Dodecahedron
Dawid Zajac – Dendron Forms as an Inspiration of New Urbanism