Teaching in Previous years


More detailed information about the courses can be found here.


Courses taught at Stanford University:

Winter 2007

  1. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces (graduate, Math 222A)
  2. Computational signal processing and wavelets (graduate, Math 266)

Fall 2006

  1. Linear algebra and calculus of several variables (undergrad, Math 51)

Winter 2005

  1. Partial differential equations II (graduate, Math 220B)
  2. Math biology (graduate, Math 224)

Fall 2004

  1. Numerical analysis (undergrad, Math 118)
  2. Computational signal processing and wavelets (graduate, Math 266)
  3. The mathematics of fractals (continuing studies, Math 06)

Winter 2004

  1. Partial differential equations II (graduate, Math 220B)
  2. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces (graduate, Math 222A)

Fall 2003

  1. Linear algebra and calculus of several variables (undergrad, Math 51)
  2. The mathematics of fractals (sophomore seminar, Math 90Q)

Winter 2003

  1. Computational signal processing and wavelets (graduate, Math 266)
  2. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos (Math 135)

Fall 2002

  1. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces (graduate, Math 222A)
  2. Real Analysis (graduate, Math 205A)

Winter 2002

  1. Computational signal processing and wavelets (graduate, Math 266)
  2. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos (Math 135)

Fall 2001

  1. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces (graduate, Math 222A)
  2. Partial differential equations (Math 131)

Winter 2001

  1. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces II (graduate, Math 222B)
  2. Linear Algebra (Math 103)

Fall 2000

  1. Computational methods for fronts, waves, and interfaces (graduate, Math 222A)
  2. Complex analysis (Math 106
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