Hi! I'm an instructor at UC Riverside in mathematics working on my Ph.D. I'm passionate about mathematics, and I love teaching in the hopes that you will find yourself enjoying the subject as much as I do. My goal is to take a socratic method toward problem-solving, guiding students toward the right answer through questions so as to impart a deeper understanding of the subject.
Thru Wyzant, I have tutored and guided research projects for upper-division undergraduates, fellow graduate...
Hi! I'm an instructor at UC Riverside in mathematics working on my Ph.D. I'm passionate about mathematics, and I love teaching in the hopes that you will find yourself enjoying the subject as much as I do. My goal is to take a socratic method toward problem-solving, guiding students toward the right answer through questions so as to impart a deeper understanding of the subject.
Thru Wyzant, I have tutored and guided research projects for upper-division undergraduates, fellow graduate students, and independent researchers on the following topics: Probability theory and calculus-based statistics, real analysis, linear algebra, numerical analysis, category theory, topology, number theory, combinatorics, graph theory, set theory and foundations of mathematics, discrete math, and calculus.
Outside of Wyzant, I have over two years of experience at my university teaching classes on college algebra, precalculus, first-year calculus, calculus-based probability and statistics, numerical analysis, polynomials and number systems, and differential geometry. Lastly, I take phone calls from my fiancee's family and my cousin asking for help on their math homework, and from my mother asking me about math for her art projects.
At the graduate level, I have completed a year-long sequence in abstract algebra; a course in homological algebra; and a year-long sequence in applied math consisting of probability theory, numerical analysis, and other methods. I am currently enrolled in a pair of year-long sequences in topology and real analysis, and a pair of courses in algebraic geometry. Currently, I research a categorical approach toward understanding the composition of classical physical systems with the goal of creating a more generalized mathematical framework for understanding physics as a whole.
If you'd like to have my expertise in improving your mathematical literacy, please reach out to me!