The #mathflash project is the latest idea of the Mathematics Center to show the activity and creativity of students that can help others achieve learning outcomes in the field of mathematics.
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Mathematics on undergraduate level is taught in English in several fields of study:
The Mathematics portal has been designed and is being constantly developed by employees of the Mathematics Teaching and Distance Learning Center and the Language Center at the Gdańsk Tech.
Virtual Math Lab
Virtual Math Lab is a set of applications designed to support teaching and learning of exact sciences. It originated as a tool for increasing learning efficiency and for making it more attractive, helping students to understand mathematical ideas and their applications.
Math vocabulary is usually difficult at first, if english is not your first language. In this section you will find lots of recordings of math terms and phrases,
and for polish speaking students also translations, that will help you master english maths vocabulary.
Math games :)
Maths is not only about solving equations. Every now and then you may want to have a bit of fun with math games, or even laugh at a joke or two.
In the near future, this section will allow testing oneself using two kinds of on-line resources. One of these are Java applets concerning various algebraic algorithms - determinants, matrix inverses, systems of equations and many more. Another set of exercises is given using WebMathematica, a set of on-line tools allowing to draw function graphs, integrate functions and many more.
The collection of materials available here is a combination of scripts and sets of problems, along with apps and animations prepared by our teachers, as well as usefull external resources. We collected them here with the goal of aiding your study of mathematics.
The "Mathematics" portal has been designed and is being constantly developed by employees of the Mathematics Center and the Language Centre at the Gdańsk University of Technology.
From the 2016/2017 academic year, first-year students take part in tests (so-called eTests) checking knowledge of the basics of mathematics, which is necessary in education in science and technology. The test score is part of the subject grade. eTests are carried out on the university's e-learning platform and are held in the multimedia laboratories of the NanoB / CNMiKnO building (building No. 18 on the campus map).