Tutor Since: November 2017
Last Online: May 30th 8:57pm (EDT)
Completed: 355 sessions
Mathematics has been something that I wanted to do since my childhood. As a young student I participated in mathematics competitions all the way to the federal level. But besides solving mathematical problems in competitions, my attention was caught by topics in mathematics that were not taught in schools and which in their appearance were more advanced and theory related. An opportunity to meet mathematics on a more advanced level than the one presented in high school was given to me by Science Center, a one of a kind facility aimed at working with talented high school students interested in sciences. In Science Center I took part in many mathematics programs several times during 2004-2006.
I continued working in Science Center, but now as a teaching assistant and seminar organizer. My duties are giving lectures and supervising talented young mathematicians in their work.
After finishing high school, a natural choice was to continue my math education which I did by entering the Faculty of Mathematics (Department for pure mathematics). I gained my BSc degree in 2011. At the same faculty I have also finished my master studies in 2014 at the Department of Algebra and Logic. The title of my master thesis was "Riemann hypothesis for elliptic curves over finite fields".
Now, I am a PhD student on Department of Algebra and Logic on Faculty of Mathematics, and my field od interest is Number Theory. Also, I taught Mathematical analysis at the university level, so I can help you with calculus and theory of functions of one or several real variables.