Saturday, January 23, 2010

Aku nak jadi apa nanti?


Hmm..soalan ni sejak dari cfsiium lagi dah bersarang kat kepalaku..nak kerja apa kalau ambil matematik?

Soalan tu juga la yang selalu orang tanya..mak,ayah,adik,mak cik,pak cik,kawan,cikgu..tapi pelik.Pensyarah kat uia tak de pulak nak tanya student drg..hmm

Setelah meng'google',terjumpa satu website ni.

"Have you ever wondered what a mathematician working in industry or the government does all day?"

walaupun rasanya website dari US,tak salah rasanya kalau kita tgk.Mana tau kerja-kerja ni available jugak ke kat Malaysia ni..atau boleh jadi pencetus idea korang nak kerja apa nanti lepas grad atau menjadi petunjuk korang nak amik concentration apa nanti waktu 3rd year.

Dereje Agonafer, Senior Engineer, IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY
Although trained as an engineer, Dereje spends most of his time using numerical analysis to solve complex heat transfer problems. He has some good advice for those in the mathematical sciences interested in working in an interdisciplinary industrial environment.His advice to students in the mathematical sciences is to obtain the fundamentals offered in college and to broaden their knowledge base by attending seminars and lectures. He also encourages participation in activities that are multidisciplinary. “Industry focuses a lot on team work, and the student that attempts to bridge gaps by being broad will have an advantage. For example, a student in applied mathematics should try to take courses in engineering so one can better appreciate the use of mathematics from an engineer's perspective. Also, a student in numerical methods, should take courses in computer science in such topics as "Graphical User Interfaces" so one can write an effective program if needed. This will give the math student a chance to be a leader of a team to develop software -- a team including engineers and computer scientists -- rather than be a follower.” Posted October 1998

James G. Batterson, Head, Dynamics and Control Branch, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Mathematical modeling of aerospace vehicles is just one of the tasks Jim's division is responsible for accomplishing. Although established mathematics plays a central role in his work, he finds that his broad background in mathematics allows for "new" discoveries in applications to aeronautics. Posted April 1999

Joel E. Dendy, Jr., Deputy Group Leader, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM
As deputy leader of Mathematical Modeling and Analysis group, Joel develops new algorithms for the efficient numerical solution of partial differential equations. Posted July 1997

Ni cuma 3 orang je.Selebihnya korang boleh tgk sendiri kat sini.

Semoga bakal-bakal mathematician tidak putus harapan utk belajar matematik!

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