I’ve just given a talk at Newcastle’s maths & stats Postgraduate Forum about zeroknowledge protocols. I don’t know very much about them but it’s an interesting topic and something fairly accessible to an audience of nonpure mathematicians.
I used deck.js, along with the Computer Modern web fonts and MathJax, to make the slides. I think it looks pretty nice! I’ve also uploaded my template deck, in case you want to build on it for your own presentations. It’s a bit big because it contains all the files needed to display the Computer Modern fonts on any browser.
Great slides! Thanks for the template. Will the deck run “offline”? That is, did you include MathJax in the template? I guess I could go look…
October 24, 2012 @ 11:27 pm
No, it loads MathJax from the CDN. Unzipping MathJax on windows take 20 minutes, so I didn’t bother.
October 25, 2012 @ 8:51 am
