The Bridges Organization
The Bridges Organization oversees the annual Bridges conference on mathematical connections in art, music, architecture, education, and culture. Since 1998, Bridges has traveled to North America, Europe, and Asia, and has attracted participants from over thirty countries. The conference features invited speakers, full and short paper presentations, educational workshops, a juried art exhibition, and arts performance events.
On this site, you will find information about the organization, our upcoming conferences, archives of information from previous years, and many other resources of interest to the Bridges community.
In 2016, we lost the founder and president of the Bridges Organization, Reza Sarhangi. Reza devoted his life to building the conference and its community. We invite you to read more about the loss of this inspiring person, and to consider donating to two memorial funds that have been launched in his name.
Bridges 2017 in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
We are delighted to announce that the Bridges 2017 conference will be held at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 27–31 July 2017. Please watch our promotional video, and share it with anyone who might enjoy the conference.
Reports on Bridges conferences
- Kristóf Fenyvesi's article in Mathematical Intelligencer about the history of Bridges.
- American Mathematical Society reports on Bridges 2015, Bridges 2012, Bridges 2011, Bridges 2010, and Bridges 2009.
- Mathematical Association of America report on Bridges 2012.
- Scientific American report on Bridges 2012.
- Voice of America report on Bridges 2012.
Stay in touch
To contact the Bridges organization, please send email to email@example.com.
If you wish to receive announcements regarding the Bridges organization and its conferences, please join our mailing list by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the mailing list web page.
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