##### February 1, 2018

##### 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

## How Does Math Make Up the Code Behind Physics' Natural Laws of Our Universe?

Physics studies the natural laws of our universe. Mathematics is a language to describe physics laws at the most fundamental level – the laws of numbers. Great scientific advancement often demands that physicists and mathematicians work hand in hand.

**NASA Scientist, Dr. Yu**, will present an interactive talk intended for middle school student and older. High school students and college students can contact us to find out how to receive community service hours for attending this lecture.

##### JANUARY 25, 2018

##### 4:00PM - 5:00PM EST

## SPECIAL ONLINE AMC 10 PREP SESSION WITH RUTH ESTABROOK

This is an online class to practice problems encountered on AMC10/12.

Classes are free but you must have a completed student registration form and RSVP on Eventbrite to attend. If you have not done so yet, complete student registration here –

https://goo.gl/jKDM9Q

##### JANUARY 18, 2018

##### 7:00PM - 8:00PM EST

## MOEMS (Mathematical Olympiad for Elementary & Middle School)

**For Whom: 4-6th grade & 6-8th grade level**

##### November 14, 2017

##### 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST

##### Winter Park Library 460 E. New England Ave Winter Park

## AMC 8 (American Math Competition)

**What is AMC 8?**

The AMC 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills. The AMC 8 provides an opportunity for middle school students to develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics that can assist in future careers. Students apply classroom skills to unique problem-solving challenges in a low-stress and friendly environment.

If your school does not offer the AMC -8 competition, you can register to take the test with Orlando Math Circle.

##### November 11, 2017

##### 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM EST

##### Chickasaw Branch Library

## Live Math Problem Solving Class

We will be working on a few interesting problems together. One has to do with baking brownies. We might even have brownies to help you visualize and experience the difficulties of cutting a cake sheet in half. There will be obstacles and you will work together to solve the Brownie Problem.

At the end of the class we will go over a couple of AMC 8 Problems. Bring an AMC 8 problem you want to solve together in a group.

##### November 9, 2017

##### 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

## Online Problem Solving for Girls

### Free Teacher Workshop with Dr. PO-Shen Loh

Dr.Po-Shen Loh: National coach of the USA Math Olympiad Team,

ranked #1 in the world 2015 & 2016, founder of Expii

Topic: Inspiring teachers to bring majority of

students to a math level currently attained by top 1%.

Food and prize raffle!

### November 5, 2017

### Cypress Room, 3rd Flr. Orange County Public Library 101 East Central Blvd. Orlando, Florida 32801

### Maker Faire Orlando

### October 22, 2017

### Central Florida Fairgrounds & Expo Halls

### Maker Faire Orlando

### October 21, 2017

### Central Florida Fairgrounds & Expo Halls

### Math Festival to Celebrate Global Math Week

Come to experience the mind blowing math activity the whole world is talking about! You will learn about Exploding Dots and get a chance to play with math! Everyone is welcome!!

Children will get to experience math the way they have never done so in class: “exploding dots“ through a variety of creative methods our students have already discovered, “walking the plane” to experience coordinates, building a giant fractal and more!

### October 17, 2017

### Rosen JCC: Jewish Community Center of Southwest Orlando 11184 South Apopka Vineland Road

### Developing Extreme Math Talent, Talk & Workshop with Dr. Loh

Dr. Po-Shen Loh, National Coach of the USA Math Olympiad Team, ranked #1 in the world 2015 & 2016, was scheduled to give a presentation to the Florida Association for the Gifted before Hurricane Irma cancelled the conference. But Developing Extreme Math Talent can’t be stopped by extreme weather, and Dr. Po-Shen Loh will join Orlando Math Circle this Saturday, September 16, to share his vision for bringing the majority of Americans to a math level currently attained only by the top 1%.

After his talk on Developing Extreme Math Talent, Po will host a special problem-solving workshop for students as a preview for the upcoming Who Wants to Be a Mathematician contest.

### September 16, 2017

### Lake Highland Preparatory School 901 Highland Avenue Orlando, FL 32803

### Math Circle Sessions

Free teacher guided Math Circle for 4, 5, & 6th graders. Tackle a problem solving set and learn about the mathematical mindset that will help you persevere with future problems. Learn how to play games to exercise your mathematical thinking. Must complete student registration form before attending class.

### July 6 - July 27, 2017

### 531 Versailles Drive, suite 102 Maitland, Florida 32751

### Summer Book Club

Free teacher guided mathematical book club for Tweens. Make discoveries with Orlando Math Circle for 4 consecutive Wednesdays as we guide you on this adventure in words and numbers. Lost in Lexicon was chosen as summer reading for the National Museum of Mathematics Book Club.

New students must complete student registration form before attending class.

### July 5 - July 26, 2017

### 531 Versailles Drive, suite 102 Maitland, Florida 32751

### May Guest Speaker - Dr. PO-Shen Loh

Orlando Math Circle presented a talk about "Math and Creativity" by Dr. Po-Shen Loh.

Po-Shen Loh is a math enthusiast and evangelist, operating across the entire mathematical spectrum from original research to mass education. He is a math professor at Carnegie Mellon University, where he researches topics in combinatorics, probability, and computer science. He also works with Mathematical Association of America as the national coach of the USA Math Olympiad team. He extends his activity to the global mainstream through the new educational technology platform Expii.com, delivering free creative math puzzles and personalized math practice on every Internet device.

### May 13, 2017

###
Lake Highland Preparatory School

901 Highland Avenue Orlando, FL 32803

### Math and Gardening

Learn about different patterns and relationships in special triangles:

Sierpinski Triiangle Fractal, Sierpinski Tetrahedron & Pascal's Triangle

### April 24 , 2017

###
Tim McDermott Tutoring & Test Prep

531 Versailles Drive #102 Maitland

### Elementary Math Circle Session

Learn about different patterns and relationships in special triangles:

Sierpinski Triiangle Fractal, Sierpinski Tetrahedron & Pascal's Triangle

### March 27, 2017

###
Tim McDermott Tutoring & Test Prep

531 Versailles Drive #102 Maitland

### Guest Speaker - Dr. Jami Valentine

One of the ways OMC engages students in mathematics is by bringing guest speakers to discuss math-related careers and projects to the students. On March 18th, Dr. Jami Valentine, a physicist who works for the US Patent and Trademark office, gave a talk to the Meadowbrook Middle School students. Dr. Valentine earned a master’s degree at Brown University, then went to Johns Hopkins University, where she studied the spin properties of rare earth metals under Professor C.L. Chien. In 2006 Jami became the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in physics from Johns Hopkins University.

### March 18, 2017

### Orlando Science Center

### Math Kangaroo -2017

XXth International Math Kangaroo Competition was held on March 16, 2017. Math Kangaroo questions emphasize logic, critical reasoning and creative problem solving. OMC is proud to be the first center to bring this special event to Orlando. We hope that everyone had a great time. We look forward to reaching more students in 2018.

### March 16, 2017

### Orlando Science Center

### Orlando Math Circle: Class About Fractals

Discover the world of fractals and learn how to make one of your own - the Sierpinski triangle. Orlando Math Circle will be collecting the unique fractal triangles you make at the end of the class and using the triangles to assemble a giant fractal at the end of May. Connect to our community through mathematics and art by participating in the Trianglethon 2017!