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How not to be a one-trick pony

Splitting Bandwidth Between Different Areas of Math

The job of a researcher — in any discipline — comes down to advancing the state of human knowledge. The capacity in which this knowledge is used can vary wildly depending on the subject matter and the motivation for carrying out the research in the first place. This is part of the reason why entrepreneurship contests are so well-received; they push the creative envelope by placing difficult constraints on teams of innovators, financial or otherwise. All that being said, sometimes people…

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Joshua Siktar

Joshua Siktar

Math PhD Student University of Tennessee | Academic Sales Engineer | Writer, Educator, Researcher

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