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Emma Haruka Iwao is a Japanese computer scientist from Osaka and currently works for Google (U.S.A.) as Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform. Recently her team at Google broke the world record for the calculation of the most accurate value of pi.
She will visit Canadian Academy on December 9th, 2019. CA students will have an opportunity to learn about her life as a software engineer and how her childhood dream has come true.
- 14:25-15:15 Auditorium
Presentation for CA students (Grades 3-5 classes, selected groups of secondary school)
- 15:30-17:00 Atrium - open to the public
Coding Workshop by CA Tech Helpers, 8x9 Programming School, Tech Kids School
- 17:10-17:50 Atrium - open to the public
Meet & Greet Emma
- 18:00-19:15 Auditorium - open to the public. The talk is suitable for high school and adults.
Emma's Talk: Pi is a special mathematical number that begins with 3.14 and goes forever. They calculated 31.4 trillion digits of pi using computers and broke the world record. Calculating pi was a childhood dream that she never thought would come true. In this talk, you will learn how the dream came true 20 years later. She will also share her story about life as a software engineer at a technology company.
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