### Instructor

**Math 2300: Multivariable Calculus**(Vanderbilt University)

Fall 2017.

**Math 2300: Multivariable Calculus**(Vanderbilt University)

Spring 2017. Website on Blackboard.

**Math 3200: Introduction to Topology**(Vanderbilt University)

Fall 2016. Website on Blackboard.

**Math361: Complex Variables**(UT-Austin)

Spring 2016. The webpage can be found here

**Math392C: Rational Homotopy Theory**(UT-Austin)

Fall 2015. The webpage can be found here

**Math361: Complex Variables**(UT-Austin)

Spring 2015. The webpage can be found here.

**Math408C: Calculus**(UT-Austin)

Fall 2014. The webpage can be found here.

**Math408M: Multivariable Calculus**(UT-Austin)

Spring 2014. The webpage can be found here.

**Math408D: Differential and Integral Calculus II**(UT-Austin)

Fall 2013. The webpage can be found here.

### Teaching Assistant

** Math 1300: Differential Calculus** (Vanderbilt University)

** Math 51 : Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus** (Stanford University)

Introduces linear algebra (vectors, matrices, bases, change of basis) and basic differential multivariable calculus (partial derivatives, chain rule, optimization).

I TAed this course three times as a graduate student : Autumn 2009, Spring 2011, Autumn 2011

### Course Assistant

A course assistant holds six office hours a week, grades homework, tests, and produces homework solutions. The following is a list of courses I've CAed.**Math 52A : Integral Multivariable Calculus**

This covers the basis of integral multivariable calculus and all of the accompanying fun : polar and cylindrical coordinates, Jacobians, etc. I CAed this in Autumn 2008.

**Math 151 : Differential Topology**
An introduction to differential topology. Basically covers Guillemin and Pollack. I CAed this in Spring 2010.

**Math 116: Complex Analysis **

An introduction to complex analysis at the level of Ahlfors. I CAed this in Winter 2011.

**Math 121 : Modern Algebra II : Galois Theory**

A second course in abstract algebra. Fields and Galois theory. The course essentially covers the relevant chapters in Dummit and Foote. I CAed this in Winter 2012