T.V. Raman: Blind engineer and Mathematician

T.V. Raman, blind engineer currently with Google, was asked to write an article describing what it is like to be a mathematician who cannot see. the article, thinking of Mathematics, and a commentary written to address subsequent questions, can be found online. The author hopes that it encourages blind math students and serves as a resource for their teachers.

"The world is too full of factors to discourage students who cannot see from pursuing a career in science and math."

Click this link to read thinking of Mathematics from http://emacspeak.sourceforge.net/raman/publications/thinking-of-math/.

Comments

Hamlet said…
I am a blind boy age 16 years old and really like technology. I am very interested in connecting with Mr. Raman. I attend Union City HIgh School in Union City, NJ and have lots of technological support.
It would be cool to chat with someone who shares teh same interests and has become so successful.

Thanks you
Hamlet
hamlet.diaz@gmail.com
Hamlet said…
I am a blind boy age 16 years old and really like technology. I am very interested in connecting with Mr. Raman. I attend Union City HIgh School in Union City, NJ and have lots of technological support.
It would be cool to chat with someone who shares teh same interests and has become so successful.

Thanks you
Hamlet
hamlet.diaz@gmail.com

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