FD 2019 – Project Guidelines

January 15, 2019

Dear all, the attached document gives you the guidelines for the project.

In short :

1- Find and agree on an interesting topic about Graph Theory,

–> Link for groups composition and topic selection –> (coming soon)

2- Make an experience out of it, to be shared with everyone taking part in the project : it can be a video, a play, a presentation, a poster… or a 3D video game ! (watch the time though ^^)… but in any case, it has to involve the audience and be interactive !

3- Enjoy meeting and collaborating with new people from a different country !

We hope this project will bring you the best, both regarding maths knowledge and self-confidence in English.

The FD 2018 team.

Link to the workplan –> (coming soon)


Project Groups

January 15, 2019

Lost ? Here you will find the compositions of groups and topics for the FD 2019 project :

(coming soon !)

For group working and sharing, please post in your group category :).


Welcome everyone !

January 15, 2019

Welcome to FD 2019 project ! The now 9-year old scientific collaboration between Naestved and Poitiers is now ready for a new round !

You are all very welcome to get in touch with eachother, either within the “Home” category or in your own group category. The groups list will be soon shared on this blog along with the project sheet.

May you enjoy collaborating, learning a bit of maths and english and getting new friends from abroad !

For the FD 2019 project team,

Xavier