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It is no secret that I like mathematics. It is generally known that most of the maths that I’m really into would fall under the heading of “pure [more...]

It is no secret that I like mathematics. It is generally known that most of the maths that I’m really into would fall under the heading of “pure [more...]

I once read somewhere that if you took a race-ready rally car, and its street-legal equivalent (say a regular Subaru WRX), swapped the tyres, then drove both of them on a [more...]

It is a fairly well-known truism that time seems to pass at a slower rate for children than it does for adults. One day, not long ago, I was pondering the unusual behaviour [more...]

Let’s say you’re a government minister, and you’ve been tasked with the job of controlling the population. There’s one catch – in the country [more...]

Remember remember the third of November My Thompson’s Group thesis was due I look through the pieces of my Thompson’s Group thesis And still haven’t got a [more...]

Every year about 90 countries send teams of their six best high school students to participate in the International Mathematical Olympiad, a grueling mathematics competition [more...]

620-311 Metric Spaces is a third-year mathematics subject at the University of Melbourne taught by Kris Wysocki. The Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) conducts surveys [more...]

This is the speech that I delivered when I ran for the position of president of the Melbourne University Mathematics and Statistics Society (MUMS). I was unsuccessful. I was, [more...]

This poem was written for the Melbourne University Mathematics and Statistic Society’s magazine, Paradox. It is about an experience that I experienced as a first-year [more...]