History of Ramanujam And His Contributions


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History of Ramanujam And His Contributions

  1. 1.  Born 22 December 1887 Erode, Madras Presidency Died 26 April 1920 (aged 32) Chetput,Madras Presidency
  2. 2. o Father : Kuppuswamy Srinivasa Iyengar, a clerical assistant (Gumastha) to a cloth merchanto Mother: Komalatammal, was a housewife
  3. 3. • By age 12,he mastered an advanced trigonometry book written by S.L. Loney by himself.• After his graduation from high school,he could not get a degree from both colleges he entered at different times(Government College,Pachaiyappa’s College) due to his unwillingness about subjects except mathematics and he could not enter any university• He has become seriously ill from time to time and they took so much time to be recovered.
  4. 4. ADULTHOOD „ He was married with a nine year old girl named Janaki Annal when he was 22 but he did not live with his wife till she was 12.„ Despite the fact that he was not educated well, he was known to the university mathematicians by his works and growing fame in Madras.„Ramanujan has been publishing his works with the help of peoplewho admired his talent in Journal of Indian Mathematical Society
  5. 5. ADULTHOOD „He got a temporary job in Madras Accountant General’soffice,after that he was accepted as a clerk in Chief Accountant of the Madras Port Trust. He did easily what he was given and he spent his spare time with mathematical research,which his boss encouraged him about. „ Since he has showed his supernatural talent by himself,again people around him tried to connect him with big English matematicians .About Ramanujan G.H. Hardy thought at first it could be fraud because most of Ramanujan’s works were impossible to believe.But eventually,they were convinced and interested in his talent.
  6. 6. TO ENGLAND He was invited England to improve his works by G.H. Hardy and J.E. Littlewood,who were two of big mathematicans at this time.
  7. 7. He was elected tothe LondonMathematicalSociety and hebecame a Fellowof the RoyalSociety.
  8. 8. What hedid???
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  11. 11.  He was a religious man.He often said, People said that he also had an obsession about vegetarian food.
  12. 12.  Hardy and Littlewood had so many troubles while they have been educating him.Once Littlewood said about it, “it was extremely difficult because every time some matter, which it was thought that Ramanujan needed to know, was mentioned, Ramanujans response was an avalanche of original ideas which made it almost impossible for Littlewood to persist in his original intention.”
  13. 13.  Ramanujans home state of Tamil Nadu celebrates 22 December (Ramanujans birthday) as State IT Day, memorializing both the man and his achievements, as a native of Tamil Nadu. A stamp picturing Ramanujan was released by the Government of India in 1962 – the 75th anniversary of Ramanujans birth – commemorating his achievements in the field of number theory, and a new design was issued on December 26, 2011, by the India Post
  14. 14.  On the 125th anniversary of his birth, the Government of India declared that Ramanujans birthday (22 December) should be celebrated every year as NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY, and also declared 2012 the NATIONAL MATHEMATICAL YEAR.
  15. 15. Presentation By Vamshi TG C Bhupender Julian JacobMirza Jameel Baig Bala Praveen