So Lucky To Be in Love with Mathematics!

11 August, 2022 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | No Comments | Filed in: It's about Math.

I was so lucky that I fell in love with mathematics in my early teen ages; not only because mathematics is a tremendous field of intellectual activity in which it could feed the mathematician’s mind for a lifelong, but also because I have had this chance to work and actually live with great people those • Read More »

Theoretical mathematics or pure mathematics, which is correct?

6 August, 2022 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | No Comments | Filed in: It's about Math.

We say “theoretical physics” and we say “pure mathematics”. Why is it correct to say theoretical physics but it’s not correct to say theoretical mathematics? The answer is clear, although it might not be that clear for some people! We have theoretical physics because we have experimental physics too! The first study things based on • Read More »

Math is easy!

3 August, 2022 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | No Comments | Filed in: It's about Math.

Math is easy. That’s very easy. It’s not difficult at all. If you are not good at math, it’s because you don’t spend enough time on practicing and solving math problems. Math is not just like you read two – three paragraphs of some chapter of a math book and boom! You learn the whole • Read More »

3 reasons why kids are bad at mathematics

29 September, 2019 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | No Comments | Filed in: It's about Math.

Why kids are bad at mathematics?

why kids are bad at mathematics depends on different variables. in this article I am about to share some the most important reasons why kids are bad at mathematics. People are more confident to say they hate mathematics rather to say they are bad at it. I am not about to say they don’t learn • Read More »

Why Math is not Science!

6 July, 2019 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | Comments Off on Why Math is not Science! | Filed in: It's about Math.

Math is not Science

Why Math is not Science? Math is not Science! really? I read this article one year ago. It includes so many valuable points about the identity of Mathematics. I have been experiencing since I was a math student at high school to answer this question: do math stems from physics and engineering or vice versa, • Read More »

If politicians were mathematicians

11 August, 2018 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | 2 Comments | Filed in: It's about Math.

I found this post from 2010! still interesting and looks like an open problem. If politicians were mathematicians Before I start, let me get one thing over and done with: I fully admit that professional mathematicians are as capable as anyone else of making stupid collective decisions. But I don’t want to imagine what the world • Read More »

Math is everywhere, is it not?

11 August, 2018 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | 1 Comment | Filed in: It's about Math.

What I have seen whole during my life is this fact that Math appears everywhere. You could find its footprint in every new revolutionary discover or invention in any branch of human’s thought.  Some are confused why math dose present in every aspect of our life, is it a trick? is it a misunderstanding? or • Read More »

Talitha M. Washington

20 July, 2018 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | 1 Comment | Filed in: It's about Math.

Talitha M. Washington

This article has been chosen from: Mathematically Gifted and Black Dr. Talitha M. Washington is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Howard University in Washington, DC, and is currently on detail as a Program Officer at the National Science Foundation. Prior to coming to Howard, she was an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University • Read More »

The Fields Medal should return to its roots

10 July, 2018 | By Esmaeil ASLANI DIRANLOU | 1 Comment | Filed in: It's about Math.

Like Olympic medals and World Cup trophies, the best-known prizes in mathematics come around only every four years. Already, maths departments around the world are buzzing with speculation: 2018 is a Fields Medal year. While looking forward to this year’s announcement, I’ve been looking backwards with an even keener interest. In long-overlooked archives, I’ve found • Read More »