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Mariam Mourtada

“Mathematics, to me is the air I breathe.”
Malabika's Biography

Dr. Mourtada obtained her PhD in Mathematics in 2013 from the University of Toronto. She is passionate about Analytic Number Theory, and contributed significantly through her thesis to the field of logarithmic derivatives of L-Functions.

She co-authored in renown international journals such as the International Journal of Number Theory and is actively involved in research projects at the Math department, University of Toronto, under a Mitacs postdoctoral fellowship.

She enjoys teaching and instilling the love of Math in her students. She is interested in sharpening her industrial competency by learning programming and modelling techniques.

I learned how to get a good life-work balance.

Challenge. I always feel satisfied and motivated on days where I am working on solving a hard problem.

Never let anybody diminish your mathematical skills. If you love it go for it.

My father had an important role in planting and nurturing the love of learning in my early years. I also credit my PhD advisor for pushing me to always try and never give up.

In my first undergrad year, I discovered that deep attachment to mathematics, and since then I wanted to be a researcher and a teacher of Mathematics.

Never let anybody diminish your mathematical skills. If you love it go for it.

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