I have taught three courses in the Department of Mathematics at UC Berkeley.
- Spring 2013 – Math 121A: Mathematical Tools for the Physical Sciences
- Spring 2012 – Math 104: Introduction to Analysis
- Spring 2011 – Math 104: Introduction to Analysis
In addition, I lectured Math 126: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations for three weeks to cover Benjamin Stamm's paternity leave. Several homework assignments and solutions about scalar conservation laws and the method of characteristics are available.
I also maintain a list of guest lectures I have given in other courses.
Previous teaching experience
I was involved in teaching for six semesters while I was a graduate student at MIT, being the teaching assistant to a total of seven classes:
- 18.435 Quantum Computation, Fall 2003, Prof. Peter Shor
- 18.336 Numerical Methods of Applied Mathematics II, Spring 2004, Dr. Plamen Koev
- 18.366 Random Walks and Diffusion, Spring 2005, Prof. Martin Bazant
- 18.311 Principles of Applied Mathematics, Spring 2005, Prof. Martin Bazant
- 18.337 Applied Parallel Computation, Spring 2006, Prof. Alan Edelman
- 18.366 Random Walks and Diffusion, Fall 2006, Prof. Martin Bazant
- 18.311 Principles of Applied Mathematics, Spring 2007, Prof. Martin Bazant
Course 18.311 is at the undergraduate level, while the rest are at the graduate level.