Converging Matherticles

Mathematical Reflections Volume II

by Satish C. Bhatnagar



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/4/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 254
ISBN : 9781490757308
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 254
ISBN : 9781490757315

About the Book

Amazing experience. You are adventurous. Keep up your thoughts and observations. Your second-hand experiences are edifying. Robert W Moore, Emeritus UNLV Professor of Management (# 13) Your reflections always awe me. Thank you. Rohani, PhD, Professor in Malaysia (# 20) Satish, you have a special relationship with your students, which is heartening to see! All the best. George Varughese, Emeritus professor, UK and the Author of Crest of the Peacock (# 35) Thanks for sending your good valuable notes from time to time. My colleagues and I all relish the humor of your mathematics. Man Mohan Sharma, Ramjas College, Delhi University (#36) Thanks Satish – beautifully written – no one could have said it better. Allan Ackerman, Professor of Computer Science, College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas (#51) There is no doubt your own life (intellectually and otherwise) has been enriched by your dedication to writing. …….Also, I believe when any of us enjoy something so much as you enjoy writing, we can live longer and healthier lives. Amritjit Singh, Langston Hughes Professor of English, Ohio University, Athens (# 70)

About the Author

Satish C. Bhatnagar has been professor at UNLV since 1974. In 1961, he started his teaching career in India - in the colleges at Bathinda, Shimla, Kurukshetra, and Patiala. In 1968, he joined Indiana University, Bloomington for an American PhD. A one-year visiting position at UNLV brought him to Las Vegas, which has now become a home of his extended family. Annual overseas trips, long walks and yogercises keep him oxygenated for Reflections on varied aspects of life. The Reflections are independent and easily digestible! His interests in mathematics, history, literature, philosophy and religion go back to his college days in India, but nurtured in the US.