Online Vedic Mathematics Conference
14th - 15th March 2015
Day 2: Vedic Mathematics Research
Outlines of Research Papers to be presented at the Bangkok Conference in July 2015
This will be for about 60 minutes and each speaker will be answering questions from participants..
Paper Title Author Mathematical The Magic of the last digit Robert McNeil UK Swami Tirtha’s 'Crowning Gem’ Kenneth Williams UK An Investigation into the Working of the Ekadhikena Purvena Sutra, and how it can be used to identify Prime Numbers Marianne Fletcher South Africa TBC A much needed innovation in geometry Andrew Nicholas UK Vyashti Samashti – A sutra from Sankaracarya Bharati Krishna Tirtha James Glover UK A grammar for mathematics James Glover UK
Dissemination Vedic Maths as a Pedagogic Tool JG / KW UK A pathway for people with perceived learning difficulties to embrace and succeed with studies in Vedic Mathematics Vera Stevens Australia Challenges to assimilating Vedic Math in the math classroom Swati Dave USA Adapting Vedic Mathematics in modern technology and learning analytics: enhancing creativity and efficiency in math Lokesh Tayal Singapore Teaching Calculus Kenneth Williams UK Multiplication techniques: Ancient Indian methods vis-à-vis Vedic Maths methods of Tirthaji Arvind Prasad Australia Knowledge management and its perspectives with reference to Vedic/Ancient Indian Mathematics Prof. P.K. Srivathsa India