Radu Sorici’s talk on the “The Mathematics of Computer Science” that kicked off our 2011 fall semester was very popular and we had many requests for copies of his slides.

Posted in math circle, meeting, resources, tagged algorithms, computer science, math circle, Radu Sorici on October 9, 2011| Leave a Comment »

Radu Sorici’s talk on the “The Mathematics of Computer Science” that kicked off our 2011 fall semester was very popular and we had many requests for copies of his slides.

Posted in math circle, meeting, tagged computer science, counting principles, graph theory, logic notation, math circle, methods of proof, Radu Sorici, sets on September 9, 2011| 2 Comments »

Metroplex Math Circle will start its 2011-12 sessions with our own Radu Sorici! This session should be very interesting for students beginning to work on computer programming or accomplished coders who want a better understanding of the mathematical principles behind their work.

In this session Radu will discuss some elementary mathematics that are useful for computer science. Some of the topics covered: logic notation, methods of proof, sets, graph theory, counting principles, etc. In addition, we will look at some real world applications of the topics discussed.

Posted in resources, tagged algebraic inequalities, AM-GM Inequality, Bernoulli Inequality, Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality, Hӧlder Inequality, proof by cauchy, Radu Sorici, rearrangement inequality on February 23, 2011| Leave a Comment »

By popular demand here are the slides from Radu Sorici’s excellent lecture on Algebraic Inequalities. This was great preparation for those students taking the AMC 10 and 12 test today. Best of luck to everyone.

Posted in meeting, resources, tagged magic square, Radu Sorici on October 7, 2010| Leave a Comment »

Radu Sorici, our October 2nd speaker was good enough to provide us with the slides from his excellent presentation.

Posted in meeting, tagged AwesomeMath, magic square, Mathematical Reflections, Radu Sorici on September 27, 2010| 1 Comment »

**Radu Sorici** is a senior at UTD with a double major: Mathematics and Computer Science. He has been a participant in the international math competitions. Radu works closely with Dr. Andreescu on several projects, including AwesomeMath and the online journal Mathematical Reflections.

Magic Squares are a well-known but endlessly fascinating form of number puzzle. This should be a very accessible lecture for all students.

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