We have published more than 550 articles so far. To celebrate this, we decided to publish few selected articles from our archive in a single place. We decided to bring out an e-book with 70 selected articles, including some of our exclusive interviews. We are dedicating...

Amalendu Krishna of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai was awarded the Ramanujan Prize for the year 2015 jointly by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Trieste, Italy), International Mathematical Union and Department of Science and Technology (Government of India). Fernando Villegas,...

[caption id="attachment_7804" align="alignright" width="320"] Image Source : Shutterstock[/caption] This is my interview experience at CMI for MSc in Applications of Mathematics. The syllabus for MSc in Applications of Mathematics includes single variable calculus, linear algebra, theory of equations, combinatorics and some other topics from class 12th...

Renowned scientist, science communicator and former editor of “Science Reporter” Biman Basu is a pioneer working in the field of popularising science and scientific temperament across the country. Deeply committed to popularizing science through print and electronic mass media, Mr. Basu is still very much...

[caption id="attachment_7170" align="alignright" width="320"]Prof. Ken Ono Prof. Ken Ono (Image Courtesy: OU Math Club)[/caption]

As part of the National Mathematics Day 2014 on 22nd December, Gonit Sora (http://gonitsora.com) in association with Sciensation Media (Pune) and Gyanome.org organised a mini web conference wherein various eminent mathematicians from India and abroad shared their perspectives on mathematics. For Gonit Sora, Manjil Saikia had a conversation with Prof. Ken Ono which we reproduce here verbatim (except for correction of slight mistakes and eliminating speech pauses, etc). The conversation was transcribed by Kritashri Sukanya and Ananya Guha.

Prof. Ken Ono is the Asa Griggs Chandler Professor of Mathematics at Emory Univesity in the USA. He is a well known number theorist and is recognised through out the world for his work related to the mathematics of Ramanujan. He has held numerous positions earlier and also serves on the editorial boards of numerous reputed journals specialising in number theory. Recently his work on mock theta functions was selected by Discover magazine as the second best scientific work of the year (2014).