The Deciphers STEM
TheDeciphers - eLearning website is a 'Peer to Peer Learning' initiative by Kautilya Katariya for students around the world who are looking to do some exceptional work, breaking boundaries and connecting with other students in the UK and globally to discuss and solve STEM problems.
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Kautilya Katariya holds the Guinness world record title for 'Youngest computer Programmer' at the age of 6 and passed UK GCSE Maths at the age of 8 with the highest possible grade 9/A*. Kautilya is a computing explorer and problem solver, a certified Microsoft Technology Associate and IBM AI professional. He was a guest speaker at the World Government Summit Dubai, Gitex Global, Europython, Malaysia Tech Month, and Geekly.
Kautilya’s initiative focuses on subjects like Mathematics, Physics and Computing to encourage students to engage in live discussions about different subjects and concepts, share ideas and different approaches to solve problems.
The goals of his initiative are:
- Explore the world of mathematics, Physics and computing by providing a platform for live sessions and a set of challenges that are designed to stretch brains and broaden horizons.
- To connect 'Young Passionate Minds' around the world to become stronger and grow together and solve problems of the subject and world by breaking the physical boundaries by providing this online platform to use for free.
Here you will have live discussions, videos and materials that are accessible to all right through to Secondary School, GCSE, A level, and University students. It's free and anyone can sign up, so please spread the word among your friends, family and classmates, so that you can connect, share ideas and help each other to brainstorm and solve problems together. It could be your homework problem (!) or any Maths, Computing or Physics problem you are trying to solve.