Book: Vedic Mathematics Inside Out
Author: Chandrahas Halai
Date: 30th April, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM
Venue: Crosswords, Kemps Corner Mumbai
Vedic Mathematics has been in the news over the last few decades with varying claims of its efficiency and utility. In this new book the author explains in a methodical and easy to grasp manner, with sufficient examples, how the sutras of of Vedic maths can be effectively used by students and anyone interested in the subject for developing their calculative acumen.
About the Author
Chandrahas Halai is an engineering consultant with interests in many diverse fields like mathematics, physics, aerospace, mechatronics, and mechanical engineering. Since last 20 years he has been involved in engineering consultancy and for the last 12 years he is involved in computer training and consultancy. In engineering his main area of interest is computer-aided engineering. He has also developed his own FEA, CFD, fatigue & fracture analysis, vibration analysis, structural analysis, and dynamic systems analysis software, design simulation software, CNC controller & fuzzy logic controller while being involved in consultancy and development of CAD, CAM & robotic systems. Additionally he is also into management consultancy – operations research & game theory and gives training on lateral thinking and games of strategy.
Apart from this Chandrahas Halai has been teaching at least 20 different science, mathematics & engineering subjects as visiting faculty and has been a special invitee at various science and engineering colleges to deliver lectures to students and faculty including research institutes like BARC, TIFR, etc. He is also involved in efforts to popularize science and mathematics at schools and colleges.
He is currently writing research papers, books and articles on mathematics, physics, mechanical and structural engineering and computer science.
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