I taught APMA 0350: Applied Ordinary Differential Equations at Brown University for the 2018 Summer session.
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I was a teaching assistant
for Summer@ICERM 2017 on
Topological Data Analysis.
- Summer@ICERM 2017 was an 8-week program that brought together undergraduate students across the United States and from around the world to learn about Topological Data Analysis (TDA).
- The first four weeks of this program consisted of intensive course work on various topics in TDA such as simplicial homology, persistent homology, computational topology, metric geometry and stability, and time series analysis. During this time I offered a bootcamp on persistent homology. Some of my notes are available here.
- In the last four weeks of the program the students worked in small groups (2-4 students per group) on open research questions in TDA and related fields. During this time I worked closely with 3 undergraduates, Erin Bugbee, Claire Savard and Jonathan Weisskoff, and the head faculty advisor Katherine Kinnaird (pictured top left) on a project that involved using methodes from topological data analysis to address music-based tasks.
I was a teaching assistant for APMA 0350: Applied Ordinary Differential Equations at Brown University for the 2017 Spring semester.
I was a teaching assistant for APMA 0350: Applied Ordinary Differential Equations at Brown University for the 2016 Fall semester.
Other Teaching Experiences
- Calculus Workshop Tutor, College of the Holy Cross. 2012-2015.
- Grader for MATH 2410: Multivariable Calculus, College of the Holy Cross. Fall 2012.
- Noyce Scholar, High School Summer Teacher, Nativity School of Worcester. Summer 2012.