Events Calendar

28 November 2020 - 28 November 2022
  • Public Lecture
    11 March 2021 08:00am - 11 March 2021 05:00pm
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    14th March each year is the date chosen to celebrate the International Day of Mathematics (IDM). The date is chosen for this worldwide celebration is due to many countries commemorate Pi (π) Day on that date as they write the date as 3/14 and it is a fact that the value of (π) is approximately 3.14.

    The International Day of Mathematics project is led by the International Mathematical Union with the support of numerous international and regional organizations from all over the world resulting in the proclamation of the date at the 40th session of UNESCO General Conference held on November 26, 2019. Thus, the first International Day of Mathematics was launched and celebrated worldwide on March 14, 2020.

    This year, the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology through their Mathematical-based undergraduate programme, the Computational Science Programme will also join in the celebration by organizing some talks and forum. As this year the date falls on Sunday, the faculty will have the event on the 15th March 2021 virtually via the Webex platform at 1400 hrs (GMT + 8). The event will see two speakers namely Associate Professor Dr Norma Alias from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia who will share ...