IN RETROSPECT ……………” MATH TALK ___#3



”Mathematics


EDS Meet a Mathematician Guest Series Session #3

In Retrospect……

Sad Merchant – Problem Solving Session We believe that the series of discussions ( ” Mathematics ) that EDS has organized for the benefit of students is providing a great opportunity for them to get first-hand interaction with Mathematicians of repute.
  • It not only is an opportunity to learn the art of mathematics, but also an opportunity to get to know its impact and applications in different areas of learning.
  • A window to see what future holds for you, the aspiring mathematicians.
  • An opportunity to motivate and guide yourself …to mould your own career path.
  • To think differently.
  • To think out of the box.

  • It’s heartening to see the willingness of the mathematicians – the experts in the profession – to come forward – to share their experiences, to motivate; to guide the students.
    Our last guest, Prof Gajath has shared with us his feedback and made a few suggestions for the benefit of students as follows.
    ….here are some excerpts – in own words of Prof Gajath:
    “ They all want to know quick ways to become researchers 😊. One participant asked about practising Olympiad type problems and here is one good source:Unfortunately, Purdue has stopped posting problems as of 2019, but the archive is still thereand it contains a lot of great problems.I also maintain such a web site for the university I work:Everybody is welcome to submit solutions. ”

    IN RETROSPECT ……………” MATH TALK ___#3



    ”Mathematics


    EDS Meet a Mathematician Guest Series Session #3

    In Retrospect……

    Sad Merchant – Problem Solving Session We believe that the series of discussions ( ” Mathematics ) that EDS has organized for the benefit of students is providing a great opportunity for them to get first-hand interaction with Mathematicians of repute.
  • It not only is an opportunity to learn the art of mathematics, but also an opportunity to get to know its impact and applications in different areas of learning.
  • A window to see what future holds for you, the aspiring mathematicians.
  • An opportunity to motivate and guide yourself …to mould your own career path.
  • To think differently.
  • To think out of the box.

  • It’s heartening to see the willingness of the mathematicians – the experts in the profession – to come forward – to share their experiences, to motivate; to guide the students.
    Our last guest, Prof Gajath has shared with us his feedback and made a few suggestions for the benefit of students as follows.
    ….here are some excerpts – in own words of Prof Gajath:
    “ They all want to know quick ways to become researchers 😊. One participant asked about practising Olympiad type problems and here is one good source:Unfortunately, Purdue has stopped posting problems as of 2019, but the archive is still thereand it contains a lot of great problems.I also maintain such a web site for the university I work:Everybody is welcome to submit solutions. ”
    Sri Lanka Olympiad Mathematics Foundation

    IN RETROSPECT ……………” MATH TALK ___#3



    ”Mathematics


    EDS Meet a Mathematician Guest Series Session #3

    In Retrospect……

    Sad Merchant – Problem Solving Session We believe that the series of discussions ( ” Mathematics ) that EDS has organized for the benefit of students is providing a great opportunity for them to get first-hand interaction with Mathematicians of repute.
  • It not only is an opportunity to learn the art of mathematics, but also an opportunity to get to know its impact and applications in different areas of learning.
  • A window to see what future holds for you, the aspiring mathematicians.
  • An opportunity to motivate and guide yourself …to mould your own career path.
  • To think differently.
  • To think out of the box.

  • It’s heartening to see the willingness of the mathematicians – the experts in the profession – to come forward – to share their experiences, to motivate; to guide the students.
    Our last guest, Prof Gajath has shared with us his feedback and made a few suggestions for the benefit of students as follows.
    ….here are some excerpts – in own words of Prof Gajath:
    “ They all want to know quick ways to become researchers 😊. One participant asked about practising Olympiad type problems and here is one good source:Unfortunately, Purdue has stopped posting problems as of 2019, but the archive is still thereand it contains a lot of great problems.I also maintain such a web site for the university I work:Everybody is welcome to submit solutions. ”