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Marta Walczak – on mathematics, programming and doing jigsaw puzzles
Marta Walczak is a student at the University of Gdańsk’s Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics.
She graduated from the 3rd Secondary School in Gdańsk, the so-called Topolówka, where she was in a maths, physics and informatics class. She has always been interested in mathematics and for this reason chose it as a course of study at the university.
In the first year she discovered a talent in herself, or even a passion, for programming, and consequently took up another course of study, i.e. informatics. She is now studying both courses simultaneously: mathematics in the first year of second-cycle studies and informatics in the final year of first-cycle studies.
Although studying occupies a great deal of her time, Marta always manages to find some time for her favourite pastime – reading books (especially sci-fi). Any time she has a longer break from her studies, she meets up with her friends. She is really fond of doing jigsaw puzzles and she is quite good at it, with her relatives calling her “a jigsaw machine”. She also likes drawing, mainly in a digital form with the help of a graphics tablet.