Devendra Kapadia has been a kernel developer at Wolfram Research since 2004. His development work has centered around Wolfram Language functions for solving differential equations, computing derivatives and integrals, and other areas of calculus. He has delivered several successful online seminars on college calculus and other themes related to his development work since 2007.
Devendra’s research interests include partial differential equations, differential geometry and mathematical physics. He is also deeply interested in education and taught mathematics at the high-school and college level for more than 10 years before joining Wolfram Research. He enjoys writing blog posts to convey his mathematical ideas and is actively involved in developing courses for teaching mathematics using the Wolfram Language.
Wolfram Research, Inc., Champaign, Illinois
B. Sc. in Mathematics, University of Mumbai
M. Sc. in Mathematics, University of Mumbai
M. Sc. (by Research) in Mathematics, University of Oxford
Ph. D. in Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh
English, Gujarati, Hindi
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