Teaching

Current Courses

I developed and regularly teach a new undergraduate course, MTH3210-Introduction to Partial Differential Equations and Applications, and three new graduate courses on Applied PDEs, Sobolev Spaces and Inverse Problems for PDEs under the general title MTH6100-Selected Topics on Nonlinear Analysis. I have also significantly modified and regularly teach undergraduate course MTH4201-Models in Applied Mathematics, and four graduate courses MTH5230-Partial Differential Equations, MTH5115-Functional Analysis, MTH5130-Theory of Complex Variables and MTH5420-Theory of Stochastic Processes.

Teaching - Fall 2013

  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210 - Section 1: Syllabus
  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210 - Section E1: Syllabus
  • Undergraduate Research - MTH4990
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Summer 2013

  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210: Syllabus
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Spring 2013

  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210: Syllabus
  • Partial Differential Equations - MTH5230: Syllabus
  • Undergraduate Research - MTH4990
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Summer 2012

  • Applied Statistical Analysis - MTH5401: Syllabus
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Spring 2012

  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210: Syllabus
  • Selected Topics in Nonlinear Analysis: Inverse Problems for PDEs - MTH6100
  • Undergraduate Research - MTH4990
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Fall 2011

  • Introduction to PDEs & Applications - MTH3210: Syllabus
  • Theory of Complex Variables - MTH5130: Syllabus
  • Numerical/Computational Mathematics - MTH6300
  • Undergraduate Research - MTH4990
  • Dissertation - MTH6999

Teaching - Summer 2011

  • Sobolev Spaces - MTH6100 Syllabus
  • Dissertation - MTH6999