Career in mathematics – Do you like Mathematics? Are you good at solving problems, always interested in brainy substances then you can choose your career in Mathematics?
Let me tell you, most of you are scared of mathematics while few find no access to the career. But those who can, I suggest they should try their career in Mathematics. Few people are found to choose their career but those who have chosen are no doubt are sparking.
Statisticians are required in the world of business, healthcare, finance sectors in wide ranges.
Operations Research Analyst: Prestigious and lucrative career who uses high end or advanced technology to solve problems on online Data, new processes on mathematical problems.
Highly on demand is the financial analysts which are responsible for determining the financial status or the growing investment of any sector.
An excellent career in mathematics who won the Nobel prize in mathematics are:
Akshay Venkatesh who completed his PhD from Princeton University under doctoral advisor Peter Sarnak. An Indo-Australian born in Delhi professor at Stanford University, the only person to win at the age of 12 International Physics Olympiad and the International Mathematical Olympiad, In 2018 he won a medal as in sectors of mathematic analysis and theories.
The youngest mathematician winner of the Salem Prize. Can you imagine he completed his doctorate at the age of 20 and after that he is in the field of research in mathematics? From 2005 to 2006, he was a member, School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study.
- In 2008, SASTRA Ramanujan Prize award to Akshay Venkatesh as the youngest mathematicians of India founded by SASTRA full form Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy
- In 2016 he won the Infosys awards that award the highest monetary awards for scientists and researchers.
- In 2017 the Ostrowski Prize! Well, it is only for the mathematicians judged by the international jury, it carries the award of 100,000 Swiss francs.
In 2014, Maryam Mirzakhani was awarded the Fields Medal, a prestigious award in mathematics. The first woman in the history of mathematics from Iran honoured with this award. In 2004 she was a research fellow at the Clay Mathematics Institute under doctoral advisor Curtis T. McMullen and professor at Stanford University in 2009.
- In 2009 she won the Blumenthal Award (2009) founded by the American Mathematical Society, awarded to the best thesis in the field of mathematics top PhD researchers.
- Satter prize awarded in 2013, for her excellence in the field of Mathematics.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013 and later spread it into the bones and liver caused to her death.
Every year intelligent mathematicians are coming up due to the requirement to the advanced technology. The above success stories of mathematicians are described to explain the scope that is open for you working on different fields beginning from the financial analyst, professor or researcher, so instead of diverting your interests to other subjects find yourself and your career studying mathematics.