# Teaching

## Current Course

In the Spring of 2018 I am teaching the graduate class Math 5984 (19956), Intro to Harmonic Analysis, at Virginia Tech.

## Office Hours

Wednesdays 2:30 to 3:30 PM in McBryde 452 and by appointment.

## Teaching Experience at Virginia Tech

- Instructor - Lectured to 25 to 35 students 2 times a week for 75 minutes.
- Calculus of Several Variables (Fall 2016, Fall 2017)

## Teaching Experience at Williams College

- Instructor - Lectured to 15 to 45 students 3 times a week for 50 minutes or 2 times for 75 minutes.
- Harmonic Analysis (Spring 2016)
- Partial Differential Equations (Spring 2015)
- Applied Real Analysis (Spring 2016)
- Differential Equations (Spring 2015)
- Calculus II (Fall 2014)
- Calculus I (Fall 2015)

- Instructor - Lectured and supervised individual projects during Winter Study.
- Wavelets and Image Processing (January 2016)

- Colloquia Advised
- Math Madness: Ranking NCAA Basketball Teams, N. Feshbach (Spring 2016)
- Gomory-Hu Trees and Their Applications, D. Timilsina (Winter Study 2016)
- Tetris is Hard, A. Savery (Winter Study 2016)
- Density Estimation with Orthogonal Series, M. Radford (Winter Study 2016)

## Teaching Experience at the University of Rochester

- Instructor - Lectured to 70 to 125 students 3 times a week for 50 minutes or 2 times for 75 minutes.
- Linear Algebra with Differential Equations (Fall 2011, Spring 2013, Fall 2013)
- Calculus II (Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2014)

- Instructor - Lectured to 10 to 55 students 3 times a week for 50 minutes or 2 times for 75 minutes.
- Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations (Fall 2011)
- Combinatorics (Spring 2012, Fall 2013)
- Functions of a Real Variable (Fall 2012)
- Introduction to Mathematical Models in the Life Sciences (Spring 2013, Spring 2014)

- Undergraduate Independent Studies Advised
- Introduction to PDEs and their application to mass transfer, Z. Deng (Spring 2014)
- The Four Color Theorem, C. Fredrickson (Fall 2013)
- Dynamics of Zombies, A. Murray (Spring 2013)
- Betting and the Kelly Criterion, N. Benjamin (Fall 2012)
- Applications of the Radon Transform, J. Rowan (Fall 2012)

## Teaching Experience at Cornell University

- Instructor - Lectured to 25 to 30 students 3 times a week for 50 minutes.
- Calculus II for Engineers (Fall 2009)
- Calculus II (Spring 2009)

- Assistant to the course coordinator - Helped coordinate up to 10 instructors, 7 teaching assistants and 7 course assistants in courses that had up to 500 students in total. Helped write exams and administer exams, maintained the course website and dealt with all special requests from students, for example due to illnesses, sports etc.
- Multi-variable Calculus (Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007)
- Calculus II for Engineers (Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
- Calculus I (Spring 2011)

- Teaching assistant - Ran two recitation sections for 25 to 30 students each, two times a week for 50 minutes and graded homework.
- Multi-variable Calculus (Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007, Spring 2007, Fall 2006)

## Teaching Experience at the University of Iceland

- Teaching assistant - Ran one recitation section for 10 to 15 students, two times a week for 50 minutes and graded homework.
- Real Analysis (Fall 2004)