Sudoku workshop


Associate Professor Helmer Aslaksen graduated from the University of Oslo and completed his PhD at the University of California, Berkeley. The Associate Professor has been with the Department of Mathematics at the NUS since 1989. He has also been a plenary speaker for the Mathematical Association of America.


Sudoku, or Su-doku, is a Japanese fun puzzle game. It uses numbers, but no mathematics is needed, and that is why it is so popular with fans from all age groups. Find out what everybody is talking about and join this exciting 21st century world phenomenon!


  • Introduction
  • Rules
  • History of Sudoku
  • Different Techniques and Strategies to Approach Different Puzzles
  • Solution by “Logic”


This workshop will be most useful for (lower and upper) secondary and JC teachers.


24 June 06, 2:30 pm – 5:00pm


Toa Payoh Safra Club

Registration Fee

$3 (With valid Student Pass)
$6 (Public)

(Includes tea break & hands-on practice)