(a complete list will be announced later)
- Chaim Goodman-Strauss,
(University of Arkansas) mathematician,
geometer and graphic artist, coauthor of The Symmetries of
Things with John H. Conway and Heidi Burgiel.
- Rinus Roelofs,
mathematical sculptor, designer of real and
virtual structures inspired by Leonardo da Vinci and
- Doris Schattschneider,
author of M.C. Escher: Visions
Symmetry (Abrams), M.C.
Escher Kaleidocycles (Pomegranate),
and editor of M.C. Escher's Legacy
- Carlo H. Sequin,
(U.C. Berkeley) designer of geometrical
sculptures, mathematical models, toys, puzzles, buildings,
and integrated circuits.
- Dick Termes,
internationally acclaimed painter who uses six-point perspective to
bring the surrounding world to the surface of a "Termesphere".
- Dmitri Tymoczko,
(Princeton University) composer and music
theorist. His article "The Geometry of Musical Chords" was
the first music theory article ever published by Science.