The man behind the famed Super 30, Anand Kumar is all set to deliver lectures in Germany at technical universities. On 30th November and 1st December, he will also hold an interaction with the students at the Centre of Mathematics in the University. The welcome speech would be made by the Minister of state, Dr. Eve-Maria Stange who will welcome Kumar at the Technical Universities. Kumar will likewise visit the Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments (Mathematischer-Physikalischer Salon) in the Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden.
Technical University, Dresden, is one of the oldest universities in Germany where the lecture will be held by many such as the protectors of the universities in Saxony, Deans of the Mathematics Departments, representatives of other universities, students etc.
Kumar will be accompanied by Dr. Kuhme, Head of the University Department of the State Ministry of Saxony for Science and Culture on his arrival. He will be staying at the Max-Planck Institute guest house which is well known for its research in life, natural, the social and human sciences.
Kumar will also interact with Indian as well as the German students at the Technical University of Chemnitz. He will stop by to visit the Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments (Mathematischer-Physikalischer Salon) in the Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden Centre for Mathematics at the final stretch of his visit.
In the month of October, France invited Anand to give a speech to students at the famous ESSEC school and watched the screening of the film "The Big Day", directed by the a renowned French director Pascal Plisson which involved an inspiring journey of a Super 30 student.
Previously, he visited USA as he was invited to MIT, Harvard and Stanford to deliver lectures. Many filmmakers around the world have made films on the Super 30. Al Jazeera was the first followed by the Discovery channel. Japanese TV as well as a British filmmaker came to create films on the Super 30.
During his visit to Germany, Kumar explained that it was a huge motivation for him as well as how good it felt that a small enterprise like Super 30 was appreciated by so many across the globe.
"It is an honour to speak before knowledgeable people of one of the developed countries of the world. Being from Bihar, I feel proud and hope such motivations will give me strength to keep doing what I have been doing with greater zeal," he opined.