Winners of the 2021 Mathstory Competition

First Place

Deepa Selvamuthu Raja

Swinburne University of Technology (Sarawak)

Deepa is currently pursuing Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical). She has been fascinated by Mathematics since the moment she was introduced to it as she believes it allows her to decipher the universe in a whole new perspective. She is eager to uncover more mathematical theories and concepts as maths is inevitable!

Second Place

Wang Cheong Hii and Natalie Tham

Swinburne University of Technology (Sarawak)

Wang and Natalie are studying Foundation degree in Engineering.

Mathematics is one of Wang’s favourite subjects since he considers it fascinating. He believes Mathematics is important in our daily lives and he applies it all the time. Natalie likes Mathematics because she finds interesting how there could be many solutions to solve a particular equation, and how one develops critical thinking skills through it.

Third Place

Kyran Benedict Soriano

University of Arizona

Kyran (Kai) studies Mathematics and Physics. He started to get interested in Mathematics as a way to complement his Physics knowledge. He is interested in Mathematics Education, Mathematical Physics, and Analysis and its applications.

We acknowledge with gratitude the judges of the 2021 competition:
  • Assoc. Prof. Clare Dyson
  • Dr. Bettina Pfaendner
  • Dr. Louise Olsen
We also acknowledge the support and sponsorship of the School of Science, Computing and Engineering Technologies.

Winners of the 2020 Mathstory Competition

First place

Anita Sharma

Swinburne University of Technology

Second place

Sania Mahajan

Swinburne University of Technology

Third place

William Owen

Swinburne University of Technology

We acknowledge with gratitude the judges of the 2020 competition:

  • Assoc. Prof. Clare Dyson¬†
  • Dr. Tim Kitchen
  • Dr. Nathan Clisby

We also acknowledge the support and sponsorship of Adobe through the Innovation Grant “Digital storytelling to communicate the relevance of mathematics”.