TEACHING



This semester (Fall 2017), I am teaching Cryptology (MATH 14b). Detailed information for this course is available on LATTE (login required). The course syllabus can be found here. Funding for MATH 14b was generously provided by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences through the University Prize Instructorship.

  • Office: Goldsmith 113
  • Office Hours:
    • Wednesdays 2:00 PM–3:00 PM, and
    • Fridays 11:00 AM–12:00 PM

I am also mentoring a high school student, Richard Zhou, as part of the MIT PRIMES program. We are working on a research project on the topic of permutation pattern avoidance.

Previous Semesters:
  • Spring 2017: TA for Explorations in Mathematics: A Course for Educators (MATH 3a)
  • Fall 2016: TA for Introduction to Proofs (MATH 23b)
  • Summer 2016: Instructor for Introduction to Probability and Statistics (MATH 8a)
  • Spring 2016: Instructor for Techniques of Calculus (a) (MATH 10a)
  • Fall 2015: Instructor for Techniques of Calculus (a) (MATH 10a)
  • Summer 2015: Instructor for Linear Algebra (MATH 298a)
    • Special independent study course for M.A.T. student.
  • Spring 2015: Instructor for Techniques of Calculus (b) (MATH 10b)
  • Fall 2014: Instructor for Techniques of Calculus (b) (MATH 10b)
  • Spring 2014: TA for Multivariable Calculus (MATH 20a)
  • Fall 2013: TA for Applied Linear Algebra (MATH 15a)