## Lët'z box counting!

Compute the border of our country, Luxembourg, using the box-counting method

Nature is full of shapes and patterns. **Look at petals of flowers, the patterns on butterfly wings
butterflies, the spirals of fossils.**
Can you recognize a repetition of patterns or a symmetry between patterns?
Mathematical tools are particularly well-suited to describing
these patterns. And the world of maths also has its own objects, just as proudly displaying
its own patterns, repetitions of patterns on several scales, or repetitions of patterns
by symmetry.
Let's dive into the our small math gallery, created in the framework of our Experimental Mathematics Lab at the University of Luxembourg, and explore the amazing shapes,
patterns, symmetry, and self-similarity that we've got to offer!

Compute the border of our country, Luxembourg, using the box-counting method

Making use of algebra to visualize mysterious patterns

Playing with Newton fractals to produce colorful pictures

Oscillations can provide wonderful shapes.

Discover our mathematical researchers and students who contributed and created this small mathematical math gallery!