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Senegalese creates software to “simplify” maths

At 25, Michel Seck already teaches mathematics at the Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar.

His specialties: coding, cryptology, algebra and applications.

But that’s not what makes him the most famous. The young doctoral student designed SimulaMath, a simulation and computation software that decomplexes the teaching of mathematics.

Analysis, linear algebra, number theory, 2D and 3D graphs, probability, statistics, arithmetic networks, error correction codes … Its advanced calculator covers almost all domains.

It is tailor-made for high school students and higher education students.

Simula is free and its designer ensures that it will remain so.



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