A more complete list of courses I have taught can be found on

**my CV**.

- Fall 2020: MAC 2313 (Calculus III)
- Fall 2020: MAC 2233 (Business Calculus)
- Spring 2020: MAA 4200 (Modern Analysis) Using the the textbook "Understanding Analysis" by Stephen Abbott.
- Fall 2019: MAP 3305 (Engineering Mathematics) I am using the free Diffy Qs textbook by Jiri Lebl.
- Fall 2019: MAS2302 (Matrix Theory) I am using the free Linear Algebra textbook by Jim Hefferon.
- Spring 2019 (parental leave)
- Fall 2018: MAP3305 (Engineering Mathematics)
- Fall 2018: MAC 2311 (Calculus I) as course coordinator.
- Spring 2018: MAP4913 (Industrial Problems in Applied Math)
A radical project-oriented course
where students work in teams to solve
**real problems from industry**(provided by external industrial partners). Here is the course page, which lists course materials including a project summary. - Spring 2018: MAC 2311 (Calculus I) as course coordinator.
- Fall 2017: MAP 6345 (Theory of PDE) using the textbook by S. Salsa.
- Fall 2017: MAC 2311 (Calculus I) as course coordinator.
- Spring 2017: MAA 5229 (Introductory Analysis II). This is the second semester of the Analysis sequence taken by graduate students to prepare for the qualifying exam.
- Spring 2017: MAC 2313 (Calculus III)
- Fall 2016: MAA 5228 (Introductory Analysis I). This is the first semester of the Analysis sequence taken by graduate students to prepare for the qualifying exam.
- Fall 2016: MAC 2312 (Calculus II)
- Spring 2016: MAT 4930, Industrial Problems in Applied Math.
This was a radical new course that had
students work in teams to solve
**real problems from industry**(provided by external industrial partners). The course will run again in Spring 2017 (this time taught by Dr. Necibe Tuncer with industry problems provided by the Moffitt cancer research center). - Spring 2016: MAA 5105 (Multivariable Analysis) using the textbook "Differential Topology" by Guillemin and Pollack.
- Fall 2015: MAP 6345 (Partial Differential Equations)
- Fall 2015: MAP 3305 (Engineering Mathematics)
- Spring 2015: I taught MAA 4200 (Modern Analysis) using the textbook "Understanding Analysis" by Stephen Abbott.
- Spring 2015: I ran a graduate seminar course in Analytic Combinatorics using (mainly) the textbook "Analytic Combinatorics" by Flajolet and Sedgewick.
We covered enumeration of combinatorial structures using generating functions,
asymptotics using Complex Analysis, and statistical limit laws based on multi-variate asymptotics.
- Fall 2014: I taught MAP 6336 (Ordinary Differential Equations).