Here are the talks we have so far for MathsJam 2012.

This list should be complete, so if you think you've submitted

a talk and your name isn't here, email MathsJam@solipsys.co.uk

as soon as possible. There will be a short delay between

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Thanks!

In no particular order ...

Adam Atkinson | Forming the Ice at Parties with IPv4 |

Jeremy Renals | Why teens want to learn maths |

Matt Parker | Domino Computing |

Colin | Turing, Colouring, and NP-Complete |

Joel Haddley | Doubling Hypercuboids |

Ben Nuttall | Raspberry Pi - The £30 Computer |

Hugh Hunt | A load of balls |

Martin Whitworth | The game of Dobble |

Phil Harvey | How To Improve Your A Level Results |

Ray Hill | On fair partitions of {1,2,...,n} |

Miles Gould | Classifying Surfaces |

Christopher Hext | Red Letters and Golden Numbers |

David Wilson | What do imaginary roots of quadratics look like? |

Donald Bell | Platonic Skeletons |

Peter Rowlett | Preliminary investigations of a large dataset |

John Read | SURDS! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for ? |

Tarim | Theory of Mind |

Mark Holland | Unexpected expectations in coin tossings. |

Adam Atkinson | Why I like Perl |

James Grime | MathsJam Gets Deranged |

Francis Hunt | Something Interesting |

Micky Bullock | The Swearing Graph |

Ken McKelvie | "Understanding means ......" |

Elizabeth Hind | How to Build a Pyramid |

Geoffrey Morley | How to 'simply' square 'any' rectangle. |

Pat Ashforth | Wears the Maths |

Steve Plummer | What you see isn't necessarily what you get |

Alistair Bird | Rulers, ropes and telescopes |

Phil Ramsden | Controlling the Cost of Loving |

Colin Beveridge | The sum of -4th powers |

Elizabeth A. Williams | Hark, the Mathematicians Sing |

Kathryn Taylor | n interesting things about pi(e) |

Tom Button | Radius of a cube |

Mark Carney | wow-cards |

Mark Carney | universal sentences |

Andrew Jeffrey | Binary and Ternary Magic |

Tiago Hirth | Paradoxes or What we do in Portugal |

Alison Kiddle | n things you can do with a sheet of squared paper |

Clare Sudbery | The Game That Plays Itself |

Colin Graham | Why a capella singers go flat... or not! |

Michael Carding | Barely average wins GOLD |

Selwyn van Zeller | Galois wipes the smile off Kate Middleton |

Tony Mann | Schrodinger's 2-box problem |

Noel-Ann Bradshaw | Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Hex But Were Afraid to Ask |

Clive | 100823 |

Nicholas Jackson | Poincaré dodecahedral space |

Paul Taylor | A note on symmetry |

John Bibby | MathsWorldUK: the new UK Maths Museum |

Christian Perfect | My favourite maths book |

Yuen Ng | Build your own electric motor! |

David Bedford | The ant and the rubber band |

Michael Borcherds | Lobel Frames |

Andrew Taylor | The Duckworth/Lewis Method |

Robin Houston | Asexual rabbits in Lineland |

Robin Houston | Mazes and domino tilings |

Francis Hunt | Needle Cars (was "Something Interesting") - happy to stick with original title if change is a lot of work |

James Eadon | Mathematics puzzles: four colours on a cube |