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The orbifold S2/O, where O is the orientation-preserving octahedral group; made with Mathematica 11.

The orbifold <b>S</b><sup>2</sup>/O, where O is the orientation-preserving octahedral group; made with Mathematica 11.

Courses that I'm teaching in Fall 2017:

Analysis I (MATH 3001)
Differential Geometry 2 (MATH 6240)

A list of important links:

I have taught the following courses:

Single Variable Calculus

  • MATH 2300 - Calculus 2 (Fall 2015, University of Colorado Boulder)
    (honors section)

  • MATH 221 - Calculus I (Fall 2014, University of Illinois)
    (large lecture, 250+ students)

  • MAT137 - Calculus! (Fall 2011, University of Toronto at Mississauga)
    (advanced, proof-based course, continued into a second semester)

Multi-Variable Calculus

  • MATH 2400 - Calculus III (Spring 2016, Fall 2016, University of Colorado Boulder)

  • MATH 241 - Calculus III [Mathematica] (Spring 2013, Spring 2014, University of Illinois)
    (Mathematica lessons designed to replace half of the lectures)

  • MAT235 - Calculus II (Summer 2011, Summer 2012, University of Toronto)

  • MAT237 - Multivariable Calculus (Summer 2010, University of Toronto)
    (advanced, proof-based course)

This orbifold is (diffeomorphic to) R3/Ih, where Ih is the full icosahedral group; made with Mathematica 11.
This orbifold is (diffeomorphic to) <b>R</b><sup>3</sup>/I<sub>h</sub>, where I<sub>h</sub> is the full icosahedral group; made with Mathematica 11.

Linear Algebra

  • MATH 415 - Applied Linear Algebra [Mathematica] (Fall 2012, Spring 2013, University of Illinois)
    (Mathematica lessons designed to replace 2/3 of the lectures)

Analysis I

Ordinary Differential Equations

Graduate Topology

Graduate Differential Geometry