Conway's Tiling Groups

To give a detailed proof on Conway’s results regarding the tiling of a chessboard using domino pieces, where the diagonally opposite corner pieces are removed. I will also explore another of Conway’s results, and a few other tiling problems (once inspiration strikes).

Grace Klimek

La Trobe University

Grace is a second-year Mathematics student at La Trobe University. She is passionate about learning, and about setting an example for young women interested in STEM. Grace is particularly interested in studying Group Theory, with aspirations to teach Maths at a tertiary level.

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