Imran Anwar's articles Mathematics Where do Two Parallel Lines Meet? Geometry is one of the ancient branches of mathematics, yet it is the most advanced branch today. The perceptive growth of geometry provided the foundation to many scientific theories and discoveries. Euclid in Alexandria wrote Elements, a mathematical exposition (comprised on 13 volumes) in 300 BC. Euclid’s Elements has been referred as the most successful […] Written by Imran Anwar 2019-01-312019-02-04 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked Mathematics News Sir Michael Atiyah: A Great Sovereign of the Mathematical Empire (1929 – 2019) On January 11, 2019 Michael Atiyah passed away at the age of 89. He was a British-Lebanese mathematician, his mother was Scottish and his father a Lebanese Orthodox Christian. There is no doubt that he was one of the greatest and most innovative mathematicians of the 20th century. He introduced numerous new concepts and theories, […] Written by Imran Anwar 2019-01-122019-01-14 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked Mathematics What is it like being a Mathematician? World of a Mathematician! Mathematics is a subject that everyone comes across in his/her early school days. Mathematics courses are usually loaded with enticing topics and challenging problems. As a student, I always took mathematics like a game that starts with easy levels and progressively gets tougher. I was always curious and impressed with my mathematics teachers and thought […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-09-202019-09-29 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked Mathematics Surfaces in Geometry Geometry is considered as an indigenous branch of mathematics that evolved in the Greeks Hellenistic period, as a practical way for dealing with lengths, areas, and volumes. By the 3rd century BC, Euclid gave an axiomatic frame to study geometry, namely the Euclidean Geometry. Euclid’s work set a standard for many centuries to follow. René […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-06-112018-06-12 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked Featured Mathematics Robert Langlands: 2018 Abel Prize winner and Revolutionary Mathematician Any Mathematician’s brilliance is exhibited by his/her exceptional theories crammed with theorems having deep insights and enticing conjectures. But the brilliance of the great Canadian mathematician Robert Langlands is his program. This short article explores the life and work of Robert Langlands. He received the most prestigious award in mathematics, Abel Prize, in 2018 due […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-04-082018-04-08 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked

Mathematics Where do Two Parallel Lines Meet? Geometry is one of the ancient branches of mathematics, yet it is the most advanced branch today. The perceptive growth of geometry provided the foundation to many scientific theories and discoveries. Euclid in Alexandria wrote Elements, a mathematical exposition (comprised on 13 volumes) in 300 BC. Euclid’s Elements has been referred as the most successful […] Written by Imran Anwar 2019-01-312019-02-04 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked

Mathematics News Sir Michael Atiyah: A Great Sovereign of the Mathematical Empire (1929 – 2019) On January 11, 2019 Michael Atiyah passed away at the age of 89. He was a British-Lebanese mathematician, his mother was Scottish and his father a Lebanese Orthodox Christian. There is no doubt that he was one of the greatest and most innovative mathematicians of the 20th century. He introduced numerous new concepts and theories, […] Written by Imran Anwar 2019-01-122019-01-14 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked

Mathematics What is it like being a Mathematician? World of a Mathematician! Mathematics is a subject that everyone comes across in his/her early school days. Mathematics courses are usually loaded with enticing topics and challenging problems. As a student, I always took mathematics like a game that starts with easy levels and progressively gets tougher. I was always curious and impressed with my mathematics teachers and thought […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-09-202019-09-29 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked

Mathematics Surfaces in Geometry Geometry is considered as an indigenous branch of mathematics that evolved in the Greeks Hellenistic period, as a practical way for dealing with lengths, areas, and volumes. By the 3rd century BC, Euclid gave an axiomatic frame to study geometry, namely the Euclidean Geometry. Euclid’s work set a standard for many centuries to follow. René […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-06-112018-06-12 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked

Featured Mathematics Robert Langlands: 2018 Abel Prize winner and Revolutionary Mathematician Any Mathematician’s brilliance is exhibited by his/her exceptional theories crammed with theorems having deep insights and enticing conjectures. But the brilliance of the great Canadian mathematician Robert Langlands is his program. This short article explores the life and work of Robert Langlands. He received the most prestigious award in mathematics, Abel Prize, in 2018 due […] Written by Imran Anwar 2018-04-082018-04-08 Saving Bookmark this article Bookmarked