Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar
Maximizing your KSU Math potential
Nick Taluja, Sequans
A degree in Mathematics provides a solid foundation for excellence throughout your career. Every job function today requires the use of mathematics. It is the people who are able to understand, analyze and apply complex information that are the most successful. However, to expand one’s ability to be noticed for first time employment, a solid foundation in mathematics, complemented by additional coursework, will open many doors. We will discuss areas that can help students maximize their time at KSU to enhance their potential.
Nick Taluja took his time learning all Kansas State University had to offer with multiple degrees; M.S. EE ’96, B.S. Computer Engineering ’94, and B.S. Mathematics ’94. Leading a sales and support team at Sequans, a French company working on 5G/4G wireless semiconductor solutions, Nick spends most of his time on planes, trains and automobiles traveling the world. Since graduating from Kansas State University, Nick has lived in Asia and Europe for several years, but has always called the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex his home where he started with Texas Instruments right after graduation. Nick is the coauthor of 3 patents in the field of NFC used on all cellular phones today for payment applications and continues to work on searching for the equation that will help him monetize these.
Monday, November 30 at 1:30pm