Teaching

During the 2017-18 academic year, I am teaching 62:498 Advanced Topics in Mathematics (Fall 2017) and 62:292 Linear Algebra II (Winter 2018).  This teaching reduction is thanks to my Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Quantum Information Theory (2017-2022). In the past, I have taught anywhere from four to six courses per academic year, including:

  • 62:171 Introduction to Statistics, Winter 2017, Winter 2016, Winter 2015, Winter 2014
  • 62:181 Calculus I, Winter 2016, Winter 2015, Winter 2014
  • 62:261 Introduction to Set Theory and Logic, Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013
  • 62:252 Applied Linear Algebra, Winter 2017, Winter 2016, Winter 2015, Winter 2014
  • 62:272 Applied Statistics, Winter 2017
  • 62:292 Linear Algebra II, Winter 2018
  • 62:486 Topology, Fall 2013
  • 62:498 Advanced Topics in Mathematics, Fall 2015, Fall 2014

If you are an undergraduate student looking for research opportunities, you may wish to consider an NSERC USRA, which allows you to gain experience in research in mathematics over the summer (see me for more details). If you’re not sure what research in mathematics even is, this is a surprisingly accurate article.