I don’t know that I would have anything to say that’s not a platitude, but here are some thoughts.

## Summarise your maths research in one slide, Dan

As part of an upcoming workshop participants were asked to introduce themselves with a one-page slide. I took it as an extreme form of concision: summarise your maths research in one slide, Dan.

## One line Euler line

A fun fact from Euclidean geometry that I thought was a wonderful enough gem to share. It’s standard, but it’s nowhere near any curriculum. I’ll try not to get too snarky about the curriculum.

## From Here to Hensel

Here’s a nice maths problem, which I thought it would be fun to discuss. The question doesn’t involve any advanced concepts, but it leads on to a very nice result called Hensel’s lemma.

## Return of the Euler-Fermat theorem

A long long time ago, in a galaxy far away, I wrote up an account of the Euler-Fermat theorem for school students.

## Sitting out the math wars

Very few professional mathematicians have been involved in the “math wars”, and when they have, they have not always inspired confidence. I wondered why.

## Not human, but inhabited by humans: writing mathematics

Mathematics can be written in many ways. One approach, very popular with professional pure mathematicians, is to write as little as possible. But there should also be others.

## Breakthroughs in primary school arithmetic

Humans have known how to multiply natural numbers for a long time. In primary school you learn how to multiply numbers using an algorithm which is often called long multiplication, but it’s called “long” for a reason! Recently, a new paper purports to give an algorithm to multiply faster.

## From Liouville geometry to contact geometry

(Technical) We’re going to take Liouville structures and move them into 3 dimensions, to obtain contact structures.

## Lovely Liouville geometry

(Technical) I’d like to show you some very nice geometry, involving some vector fields and differential forms.