I am interested in teaching undergraduate probability and stochastic processes for engineers, a course on numerical and algorithmic optimization, and developing a special topics course about scalable nonparametric methods in supervised and reinforcement learning based on my doctoral research. A summary of my previous teaching experience is below.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
I was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering for the following courses
- ESE 224: Signal and Information Processing, Spring 2015
- ESE 605: Modern Convex Optimization, Spring 2014.
- ESE 301: Engineering Probability, Fall 2013
I also have completed a Teaching Certification from the Penn Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).
I am interested in teaching undergraduate probability, calculus, optimization, linear algebra, and developing a special topics course about my doctoral research in the future. I also have a CTL Certification.
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
In the Mathematics Department, I was a tutor and grader for
- Math 132: Calculus II
- Math 233: Calculus III
- Math 309: Matrix Algebra
- Math 318: Calculus of Several
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