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Hypothesis is a NYC based gaming company that brings together artists, educators, mathematicians, scientists, software developers, and other visionaries and doers. Together, we create games that invite imaginative thinking about unsolved puzzles.

Hypothesis games are for people who aren’t afraid of a challenge. Playing our games is like entering a surrealist universe full of intellectual and philosophical questions. An important mission underlies our game design principles: to take information that has only been known to elite academic groups, and make it fun to explore for anyone who is curious. Because we are a small group of friends who come from a variety of different perspectives, we accomplish this more fluidly than is typically possible for rigid institutions.

We hope you have as much fun as we do!

Hypothesis es una empresa de juegos ubicada en New York. En esta empresa se reúnen artistas, científicos, desarrolladores de software, educadores, matemáticos, y otros visionarios y hacedores para crear juegos que animan la imaginación para pensar en rompecabezas no resueltas.

Los juegos de Hypothesis son para ellos que no tienen miedo de los retos. Jugar estos juegos es entrar en un universo surrealista lleno de preguntas intelectuales y filosóficas. Todos están diseñados con la misma meta importantísima: sacar información que antes sólo conocían grupos académicos de élite y presentarla de una manera divertida a todos los que tengan curiosidad por conocerla. Como un pequeño grupo de amigos con perspectivas muy distintas logramos nuestra meta con más fluidez que sea posible en las instituciones rígidas.

¡Esperamos que tengas tanta diversión como nosotros!

© 2020 Hypothesis LLC

Developing Projects

Gardens of Danu

A video game that takes place on the moons of our solar system, where players’ learning is compared to artificial intelligence as they interact with a race of playful but passive-agressive aliens called The Liralunes — a collaboration with software developer Michael Adams, featuring dolls by Tracy Pecarina of 2Ts in a Pod, and music by Dylan Sparrow. Join the mailing list to receive announcements about online playtesting events to be scheduled for 2021.


A children’s picture book in which two characters test the boundaries of logic in an attempt to “Think about nothing”, aimed at imaginative readers, ages 8-11 — a collaboration with Dennis Ryan.


A dark magic-themed tabletop board game featuring an original game mechanic based on concepts from geometric group theory. This is a long-term pet project of Hypothesis Director Joe Quinn, which he is play testing in confidence with small groups of friends. It will be scaled up and released publicly once it’s ready. Details will be posted here when available.

Proyectos en Desarrollo

Jardines de Danu

Un videojuego que tiene lugar en las lunas de nuestro Sistema Solar, en donde el aprendizaje de los jugadores se compara con la inteligencia artificial mientras que interactúan con una raza de alienígenas lúcidos y pasivo-agresivos se llaman Los Liralunes — un colaboración con Michael Adams, que presenta las muñecas de Tracy Ryan de 2Ts in a Pod, y la música de Dylan Sparrow. Únete a nuestra lista de correo para noticias sobre pruebas del juego en linea, que tendrán lugar en 2021.

Atención educatores: se presentará virtualmente un prototipo de este juego a la LIMAÇON (the Long Island Math Conference) el 12 de marzo, 2021.


Un libro de ilustraciones en el que dos personajes prueban los límites de la lógica en el intento de "Pensar en nada," dirigido a lectores de 8 a 11 años con mucha imaginación — un colaboración con Dennis Ryan


Un juego de mesa tenebroso sobre mágica, que incorpora un conjunto de mecanismos originales creados usando la teoría geométrica de grupos. Este es un proyecto de largo plazo del Director de Hypothesis, Joe Quinn, que está probando en privado con grupos pequeños de amigos. Será apliado y dado a conocer públicamente cuando sea listo, y los detalles se publicarán aquí.


A Hypothesis Voyage is a virtual play testing session, conducted live over video chat. These involve interactive digital content, and sometimes common household materials. They give you a glimpse of our games in development, and your feedback helps us continue making them awesome. Sessions are held in both English and Spanish.

Forms to sign up for Voyages will appear on this page. To get notified when we’re booking a new Voyage, sign our mailing list. The intended ages, prerequisites, etc, vary by session and are specified in the invitations.

Past Voyages

Note: in the entries below, the language is fixed to agree with the language of the session.


Un Viaje de Hypothesis es una prueba de juego virtual, hecho por videocharlas. Estos incluyen contenido interactivo digital, y a veces usan materiales comunes en la casa. Te permiten echar un visto a nuestros juegos en desarrollo, y tu comentario nos ayuda seguir haciendo contenido genial. Las sesiones se llevan a cabo en inglés y en español.

Viajes Anteriores

Nota: el texto sobre Viajes específicas es fijado para corresponder con la idioma de la sesió descrito.

2020.11.6 — Viernes Sin Cargo: Maker vs Breaker (esp)

Con participantes de México, exploramos la historia del teorema de cuatro colores. Entonces, enfocamos en un juego desarrollado para hacer más acesible los principios involucrados, y que tiene sus propios problemas no resueltas.

2020.10.10, at Ohio State University BAMM — Pipes and Pentagrams (eng)

For middle and high school students. Division is probably the least popular topic in grade school. Topology can be pretty hard too. But put them together and you get an awesome all-ages game that gets us thinking about one of the most important theorems in graph theory. This also resulted in some awesome post-session worksheets created in collaboration with BAMM.

2020.10.2 — Free Fridays: Maker vs Breaker (eng)

In a fun evening with fellow educators from Italy and the US, we explored the story of The Four Color Theorem, and how we use that as a source for games that teach math as a developing process. We shared methods for online engagement and how we are all rising to the challenge of online teaching, including methods that work better online than they do in the classroom.

2020.9.11, at Ohio State University BAMM — When the Maker Wins (eng)

For faculty and graduate students of the math department. We discussed the roll of artificial intelligence in mathematics, and Thurston’s notion of what constitutes a proof, focusing on the example of the Four Color Theorem. We explored a game invented in the late 80s in order to study that theorem, and played it against each other on our interactive boards via Google Docs. Finally we talked about some open problems related to the game.

2020.9.4 — Viernes Sin Cargo: El Problema de Futurama (esp)

Con una audencia de edades mezcladas de los EEUU, Francia y México. Conductor Doctor Roldan compartrió unas diapositivas nuevas y chidos para introducir el problema. Doctor Quinn mangó tableros interactivos por Google Docs. Había varias soluciones y ideas interesantes sobre el problema y pensamos en visitarla de nuevo en la futura.

2020.8.7 — Free Fridays: The Futurama Problem (eng)

Conductor Doctor Quinn came into this Voyage ready with brand new interactive virtual game boards and more (soon to be regular staples of our Voyages). But the weather was not on our side! Power outages across the northeastern US prevented many from joining, and thus we embarked with just one brave pilot, Luis, who solved The Futurama Problem all on his own!

2020.6.5 — Viernes Sin Cargo: Paradromia (esp)

Viaje de Hypothesis número cuatro, y el primero en español. Gracias a nuestros amigos de Matemorfosis y de Music Math, había mucha interés de México — ¡tuvimos 46 solicitantes para solo 16 asientos! Los pilotos exploraron patrones aritméticas en anules paradrómicas, y también algo de topología, y nos divertimos mucho.

2020.5.2 — Free Fridays: Heads, Tails, Tricks (eng)

The third Hypothesis Voyage was piloted by Juniper and Toby, and new pilots Mason and Kartik. Our pilots solved a coin tossing paradox, then pushed into some tougher territory where the problem got a little too hard for us. Nonetheless, we learned a lot about using trees to analyze games and probabilities, which apply to a broad range of scenarios.

2020.4.24 — Free Fridays: Paradromia (eng)

The second Hypothesis Voyage featured two pilots: Juniper and Toby, and was extremely successful. They conducted paper cutting experiments to study arithmetic patterns in paradromic rings. This lead us unexpectedly into some knot theory and some really fun visual thinking. According to their dad, our pilots continued their experiments for the next week, decorating the house with Möbius strips and other paradromic rings.

2020.4.3 — Free Fridays: Square Deal (eng)

First Hypothesis Voyage ever! Thanks to pilots Ben, Johnny, Juniper and Toby for getting this space ship off the ground. They solved a card game (meaning, figured out how to win the game no matter what the opponent does), then learned how to use the same principle to perform an impressive magic trick. Thanks to parents Jason and Curtis for the great feedback and for helping to make this happen!


A Hypothesis Expedition is a multi-part virtual course developed and taught by Dr Joe Quinn. These are extracurricular enrichment courses on graduate level content, made accessible for the high school level, which lay the foundation for the type of math studied by mathematicians. We focus on philosophical questions that stir the imagination and evoke critical thinking about ultimate reality. This provides the motivation necessary for taking on the relevant sophisticated theory. These courses are not accredited by a government institution nor do they provide institutional credits. Students are expected to be interested in the subject matter for their own intellectual curiosity.


Un Expedición de Hypothesis es un curso que consiste de un serie de clase virtuales in cual que participantes cavan profudamente en un concepto avancado bajo de la direcció de Dr Joe Quinn. El contenido es extraescolar y de nivel posgrado, hecho accesible para nivel preparatoria. Enfocamos en preguntas filosóficas que dan alas a la imaginación y se hacen reflexionar criticamente en la realidad última. Esto proporciona la motivación necesaria para asumir la teoría sofisticada relevante. Se espera que estudientes sean interesados en los temas por su propia curiosidad intelectual.

Estes cursillos sólo están disponibles en inglés. Para estudiantes cuya primera idioma no es inglés, cabe señalar que hay una opción abajo de pedir apoyo lingüístico en español.

Now accepting applications for 2021!

2021 Program Offerings

Two Expedition courses are being be offered for winter/spring 2021, in the form of 1-week immersion courses. The Shape of Space, running from February 15th to 19th, is an exploration into the shape and curvature of the physical universe. Infinity, running from March 29 to April 2, is a study of infinite sizes and the outer limits of logic. To get started signing up, fill out and submit the Interest Form (about halfway down this page).


While these are the first ever Hypothesis Expeditions, Dr Quinn is a leading developer of enrichment curricula on these topics, starting with his work with middle and high school students as a grad student at the City University of New York (CUNY). He taught and wrote a new curriculum for the course Paradoxes and Infinities at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY), which they’ve been using internationally since 2016. He conceived of, wrote, and teaches the new high school program course Geometric Topology: a Tool for Modeling the Universe, for Columbia University. He’s refined the content into shorter and more adaptable versions through various other programs such as Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics, in NYC.

Here are some things folks have said about Dr Quinn’s related courses:

“To say I enjoyed this program is an understatement. It was genuinely incredible. I feel like it taught me to think in a whole new and different way.”
— Caleb, former Columbia student

“We got to learn about concepts and ways of thinking that we wouldn’t learn anywhere else.”
— Yuki, former CTY student

“Joe is able to see the world from the perspective of those with little to no mathematical comfort. He can break down the basics and present them in ways that struggling students can understand and use.”
— Alex Ott, Associate Dean, CUNY

“It’s hard to make things like ... the fundamental theorem of algebra fun for a 14-year-old in the middle of his or her summer vacation, but Joe can and has. He is an exceptional educator and I cannot recommend him highly enough.”
— Joshu Fisher, Program Manager, CTY


  • Each course runs Monday through Friday, 4 hours per day, broken into two sessions: 9:30 - 11:30 am and 1:30 - 3:30 pm. Each session has a short break in the middle.
  • In class, students will engage in worksheets, games, and discussions, and attend short lectures accompanied by drawings and animations. Sessions will be recorded and made available for students to watch as desired.
  • Offline activities will take about 1 hour per evening (more if desired), and include creating/exploring models using everyday materials, in addition to readings and computational experiments.
  • Students will receive individual feedback on their work throughout the course, and a personalized evaluation letter from Dr Quinn after completion, including recommendations for further pursuit of their mathematical interests.


  • Curiosity about the course subject
  • Familiarity with algebra (at least HS algebra 1, or the equivalent)
  • Time to commit to the course (20 hours scheduled online, at least 5 hours offline)
  • A laptop or computer with a webcam, mic, and stable internet connection

Program Cost

  • $436 per student per course
  • Please budget an additional $50 for textbooks from 3rd parties (ebook formats available).
  • A package with the materials for the course will be sent by mail* and is included in the fee.

*For students within the continental United States.

Financial Aid

Depending on funding from donors, there may be availability for some scholarship students. If requesting this, please indicate so in the “Other questions and comments” box.

Interest Form

If you’d like to be considered for an Expedition, please fill out and submit the form below. You will receive an email reply within two weeks, and consultations will be set up over Zoom to see if it’s a good fit. Please get your form in as soon as possible to help us coordinate.

Which of the following courses is the student interested in? (select all that apply)
The Shape of Space [ALREADY BOOKED]
Is the universe finite or infinite? Does it have a boundary? What does it mean to ask if the universe is “flat” or “curved”? Does the universe have a shape, and what might it be? What is topology, and how is it used to study these things? Recommended for visual thinkers having some experience with geometry.

Would you be interested in a private or very small group setting, at a higher cost?

Would you prefer a class with Spanish language support?

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Past Projects

2020 September-December — Expedition

Conceived, wrote, and taught the online Saturday enrichment course The Shape of the Universe for BEAM Next.

2020 July-August — curriculum design and online teaching*

Developed and taught the new course Geometric Topology: A Tool for Modeling the Universe for Columbia University’s Online Summer Programs for High School Students.

2020 June-July — online teaching*

Taught the course Thinking and Problem Solving: A New Look at Mathematics for Columbia University’s Online Summer Programs for High School Students.

2020 May — curriculum design*

Conceived and wrote the new course Geometric Topology: A Tool for Modeling the Universe for Columbia University’s Online Summer Programs for High School Students.

2020 April — curriculum design

Wrote a set of lesson plans for BEAM.

Hypothesis filed its articles of organization with the State of New York on April 1, 2020.

* The items marked with an asterisk were independent projects by Dr Joe Quinn, sole owner of Hypothesis LLC.

Proyectos Anteriores

2020 septiembre-diciembre — Expedición

Concebir, escribir, y enseñar el curso de enriquemiento The Shape of the Universe para BEAM Next.

2020 julio-agosto — desarrollo del plan de estudios y enseñanza en línea*

Desarollar y enseñar el curso nuevo Geometric Topology: A Tool for Modeling the Universe de la Universidad de Columbia, Programa en Línea del Verano para Estudiantes de la Preparatoria.

2020 junio-julio — enseñanza en línea*

Enseñar el curso Thinking and Problem Solving: A New Look at Mathematics de la Universidad de Columbia, Programa en Línea del Verano para Estudiantes de la Preparatoria.

2020 May — desarrollo del plan de estudios*

Concebir y escribir el curso nuevo Geometric Topology: A Tool for Modeling the Universe de la Universidad de Columbia, Programa en Línea del Verano para Estudiantes de la Preparatoria.

2020 abril — desarrollo del plan de estudios

Escribir un conjunto de propuestas didacticas para BEAM.

Hypothesis depositó sus artículos de organización en el estado de Nueva York en el 1 de abril, 2020.

* Last partidas marcadas con un asterisco fueron proyectos independientes del Dr Joe Quinn, el único dueño de Hypothesis LLC.


Dennis Ryan

Visual Artist

Dennis has a unique vision and ability to communicate emotion through exquisite control of a wide variety of media. He works in creative and decorative painting as well as fine art. Samples of his work and info for contracting his unparalleled craftsmanship can be found at his website ( Dennis holds a BA in painting from SUNY New Paltz, and has worked with architects, designers and decorators, specializing in faux finishes, color design, Tromp l’ceil, gilding, ornamental painting, murals, and more.

Dylan Sparrow


Dylan is a NYC based visual artist, musician and writer with an enthralling style that is at once nostalgic and futuristic. His newest digital book, The Dujodians, was released in late 2020 through Tsundoku Books via his website ( and explores the pathology of conservatism. His hobbies are street hiking, making mixtapes, and playing Quarth. Dylan holds a BA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts and an MA in Teaching of Writing from LIU Brooklyn.

Érika Roldán Roa

Mathematician, Co-Founder of Hypothesis *

Érika works in the fields of stochastic topology, topological and geometric data analysis, extremal combinatorics, and recreational mathematics. She accompanies her research with gamification and visualization technology, with a passion for bringing people of all ages and backgrounds into the fray. She recently founded BAMM at Ohio State University, and co-founded Matemorfosis and Music-Math. Like Hypothesis, these projects promote and increase public awareness and enjoyment of mathematics and its applications. Within Hypothesis, she volunteers developing and implementing content. Érika holds a Ph.D. in probability and statistics from CIMAT Guanajuato, and has held various teaching and research positions, working for Universidad Juarez del Estado de Durango, ICERM (Brown University), CIMAT Guanajuato, and Ohio State University. She is currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow under the EuroTechPostdoc program hosted by the Technical University of Munich and the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. She receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 754462.

Joe Quinn

Director & Co-Founder of Hypothesis *

Joe used to think that math was boring and antithetical to creativity. He loves surrealism and used to approach work as something disconnected from his interests. That changed when he encountered some fringe math topics that piqued his curiosity, setting him on a path to a BA/MA in math from Hunter College (2010), to a PhD in topology from the Graduate Center, CUNY (2016), to a research postdoc at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM, 2016-2018) yielding publications on non-Euclidean 3-manifolds. As his knowledge grew, he practiced sharing it with others who might feel estranged from academia like he had. He tutored (2007-2010) and then lectured (2010-2014) at Hunter College while piloting outreach presentations in the area. He taught and developed enrichment curricula for grades 7-10 at Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (2014-2015) and undergrads at Bronx Community College (2014-2016). He led workshops in Spanish at the doctoral level at UNAM (2016-2018) and for grades 5-12 at Matemorfosis CIMAT. From 2018 to 2019, he developed most of the extracurricular content for grades 3-12 for the National Museum of Mathematics and advocated for more inclusive practices there. He continues to teach and write for Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics and Columbia University’s Summer Immersion Programs for HS students. His career goal is to bridge the gap between the math research community and the rest of the world for the benefit of both parties.

Katrina Colletti

Data Analyst

Katrina is a brilliant and detail oriented creator who spends her time pursuing interests such as teaching, scientific research, animal care and rescue, making math fun for the general public, data science for social good, and advocating that everyone looks like a scientist. Most of her science research pursuits have centered around theoretical and experimental high energy physics. Katrina holds an MS in Physics from Texas A&M University. During her time there she was part of the SuperCDMS Collaboration, an experiment aiming to discover and understand the particle nature of dark matter.

Marcel Alexander

Marketing Coordinator

Marcel is known by many for his charismatic, generous and bright approach to life and to the popularization of science. He has been studying innovative marketing techniques since he was a high school student, working in everything from door-to-door sales to online marketing strategies. In his free time, he enjoys sci fi, hanging out with his friends, and composing music. Marcel holds a BA in Classical Composition from Purchase College, and studied orchestration under the tutelage of Richard Milan Simons in Westchester County, NY.

Michael Adams

Software Engineer

Michael is a software engineer based in New York City with a striking skill and passion for outreach mathematics. Before turning to coding, he served for three years in the Peace Corps teaching math in a rural primary school in South Africa. While there, he also helped set up a science centre in the village before spending a year as the Mathematics Program Coordinator at the Unizulu Science Centre in Richards Bay. When he’s not coding or math-ing, he enjoys biking, rock climbing and reading. Michael holds a BA in Mathematics from Bucknell University.

Sylvia Miles


Sylvia is a long time lover of and successful advocate for math and education. As a teacher, she taught math to all ages, from first grade through college calculus. She currently works as a CPA in sunny Southern California, where you can find her hiking or playing math games with her nephew. Sylvia holds a BS in Mathematical and Computational Sciences from Stanford University, and an MEd in Secondary Education and Teaching from UCLA.

Tracy Pecarina

Visual Artist

Tracy is known by many for the beautiful original paintings, drawings, and dolls she creates as presents for her friends’ birthdays. She now forms one half of the mother-daughter art and woven wares team 2 Ts in a Pod (, based in Pawling, New York. Therein, she works with repurposed and up-cycled yarns and fabrics to create one-of-a-kind dolls, each with their own unique names, stories, and personalities, all looking to find their rightful adoptive homes. Tracy holds a BA in Communications from SUNY New Paltz.

* Hypothesis is a single-member LLC owned and directed by Joe Quinn, founded by Érika Roldán Roa and Joe Quinn, and which works alongside various like-minded artists, contractors, and volunteers.


Dennis Ryan

Artista Visual

Dennis tiene una visión única y la capacidad de comunicar emociones por su control exquisito de una amplia variedad de medios. El trabaja en la pintura decorativa y creativa, y en bellas artes. Muestras de sus obras y información sobre contratar a su artesanía magnífica se puede encontrar a su sitio web ( Dennis tiene una licenciatura en pintura de SUNY New Paltz y ha trabajado con arquitectos, diseñadores y decoradores, especializado en acabados falsos, diseño de colores, Tromp l’ceil, dorados, pintura ornamental, murales y más.

Dylan Sparrow


Dylan es un artista visual, músico, y escritor con base en NYC, con un estilo cautivador que es al mismo tiempo nostálgico y futuristo. Su libro digital más reciente, The Dujodians, se publicaró en 2020 a través de Tsundoku Books por su sitio web ( y explora la patología de conservatismo. Sus pasatiempos son senderismo urbano, hacer mixtapes, y jugar a Quarth. Dylan tiene un licenciatura en Ilustración de School of Visual Arts y una maestría en Enseñanza de la Escritura de LIU Brooklyn.

Érika Roldán Roa

Matemática, Cofundadora de Hypothesis *

Érika trabaja en el área de topología estocástica, análisis topológico y geométrico de datos, combinatoria extrema y matemáticas recreativas. Acompaña su investigación con tecnología de visualización y ludificación, con la pasión de hacer accesible el gozo de las matemáticas a personas de todas las edades y orígenes. Recientemente fundó BAMM en Ohio State University y también ha sido cofundadora de Matemorfosis y Music-Math. Al igual que Hypothesis, estos proyectos también tienen como objetivo el promover para todo el público el conocimiento de las matemáticas y sus aplicaciones. Actualmente, en Hypothesis, es voluntaria en el desarrollo de contenidos. Érika tiene un Doctorado en probabilidad y estadística del CIMAT Guanajuato y h a ocupado varios puestos de enseñanza e investigación: en la Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, ICERM (Brown University), CIMAT Guanajuato y Ohio State University. Actualmente tiene un Fellowship de Marie Skłodowska-Curie en el marco del programa EuroTechPostdoc en la Universidad Técnica de Munich y la École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Recibe financiación del programa de investigación e innovación Horizonte 2020 de la Unión Europea en el marco del acuerdo de subvención Marie Skłodowska-Curie N° 754462.

Joe Quinn

Director & Cofundador de Hypothesis *

Cuando era más joven Joe pensaba que las matemáticas eran aburridas y algo antitético a la creatividad. Ama el surrealismo y abordaba su trabajo como algo desconectado de sus intereses. Esta idea se cambió cuando descubrió unos temas matemáticos marginales que despertaron su curiosidad llevándose en camino para licenciatura y maestría de Hunter College, Doctorado en topología del Graduate Center, CUNY (2016), y puesto como Investigador Postdoctoral en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM, 2016-2018) con publicaciones en el campo de 3-variedades no euclideanos. Como crecía su conocimiento él practicaba compartiéndolo con otros que podrían sentirse alejados del mundo académico como él se había sentido. El dio conferencias en Hunter College (2014) mientras que estaba realizando las presentaciones de divulgación. Él enseñó y desarrolló cursos extracurriculares en el Centro para Jóvenes Talentosos de Johns Hopkins para los alumnos de grados 7-12 y alumnos de Bronx Community College (2014-2016). También dirigió talleres en español para los alumnos de doctorado en UNAM (2016-2018) y para los alumnos de grados 5-12 en Matemorfosis CIMAT. Desde 2018 hasta 2019 desarrolló la mayor parte de los contenidos extracurriculares para grados 3-12 al Museo Nacional de Matemáticas y abogó por prácticas más inclusivas allí. Actualmente él enseña y escribe para Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics y el programa de inmersión de verano para grados 9-10 de Columbia University. La meta de su carrera es tender un puente entre la comunidad de investigadores matemáticos y el resto del mundo en beneficio de los dos.

Katrina Colletti

Analista de Datos

Katrina es una creadora brillante y detallista quien pasa su tiempo realizando aficiones como enseñar, investigación científica, rescatar y cuidar animales, mejorar el aspecto público de las matemáticas, ciencia de datos para al bienestar social, y abocar que cada quien se ve como científico. La mayoría de sus investigaciones científicas han tenido que ver con la física de altas energías, tanto teórica como experimental. Katrina tiene una maestría en las físicas de la Universidad de Texas A&M. Mientras que estaba allí, ella fue parte de la Colaboración SuperCDMS, un experimento con el propósito de descubrir y entender la naturaleza particulada de la material oscura.

Marcel Alexander

Coordinador de Mercadeo

Marcel es bien conocido por su enfoque carismático, generoso y lúcido a la vida y a la divulgación de las sciencias. Él ha estudiado maneras innovadoras de mercadotecnia desde la preparatoria, trabajando en todo desde venta a domicilio hasta estrategías de venter en linea. En su tiempo libre, disfrute la ciencia ficción, gastar tiempo con sus amigos, y componer música. Marcel tiene licenciatura en Componer Clásico de Purchase College, y estudió orquestación bajo de la tutela de Richard Milton Simons en Westchester County, NY.

Michael Adams

Educador y Ingeniero de Software

Michael es ingeniero de software afincado en Nueva York con impresionante capaz y pasión por divulgación de las matemáticas. Antes de interesarse en la codificación, sirvió por tres años en el Cuerpo de Paz como maestro de las matemáticas en una escuela primaria en Sudáfrica. Mientras que estaba allí, él ayudó a montar un centre de las ciencias en la aldea antes de dedicar un año como Coordinador del Programa de Matemáticas del Centro de las Ciencias de Unizulu, en Richards Bay. Cuando no está escribiendo código o explorando las matemáticas, le gusta andar en bicicleta, escalar rocas, y leer. Michael tiene una licenciatura en matemáticas de la Universidad de Bucknell.

Sylvia Miles


Sylvia es una amante de y promotor exitosa de las matemáticas y la educación. Como profesora, ella enseñaba las matemáticas a gente de todas las edades, desde primer grado hasta calculo de nivel universidad. Actualmente, ella trabaja como Contable Pública en el sur de California, donde se la puede encontrar haciendo senderismo o jugando juegos matemáticos con su sobrino. Sylvia tiene una licenciatura en Ciencias Matemáticas y Computacionales de la Universidad de Stanford, y una maestría en Educación Secundaria de UCLA.

Tracy Ryan

Artista Visual

Tracy es conocida de muchas personas por sus dibujos, pinturas, y muñecas hermosas y originales, cuales que ella hace como regalos para los cumpleaños de sus amigos. Ahora, como la mitad del equipo de madre e hija se llama 2 Ts in a Pod (, que vende arte y tejidos, y que tiene su sede en Pawling, New York. Así, ella trabaja con hilos y tejidos readaptados y upcycled para crear muñecas, cada una con su único forma, nombre, historia, y personalidad, y cada uno esperando su hogar adoptivo legítimo. Tracy tiene una licenciatura en comunicación de SUNY New Paltz.

* Hypothesis es una LLC de un solo miembro, propiedad de y dirigido por Joe Quinn, fundado de Érika Roldán Roa y Joe Quinn, que trabaja junto a varios artistas, contratadores, y voluntarios afínes.


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Agradecemos y apreciamos mucho cualquier donación. Con su ayuda, nos esforzamos por proporcionar acceso económico a nuestro contenido a tantas personas como sea posible.

Past Donations

2021 February 11 — $100 USD

2020 December 8 — $700 USD

2020 October 28 — $100 USD — “Looking forward to seeing your initiative grow. It’s needed.”

Donaciones Anteriores

2021 febrero 11 — $100 USD

2020 diciembre 8 — $700 USD

2020 octubre 28 — $100 USD — “Looking forward to seeing your initiative grow. It’s needed.”