- M 430: Mathematical Biology, Spring 2016
- M 545: Partial Differential Equations II, Spring 2016
- M 544: Partial Differential Equations I, Fall 2015
- M 585: Functional Analysis II, Spring 2015
- M 181Q: Honors Calculus I, Fall 2014
- M 584: Functional Analysis I, Fall 2014
- Math 134: Linear and Nonlinear Systems of Differential Equations, UCLA, Winter 2014
- Math 142: Mathematical Modeling, UCLA, Fall 2013
- Math 32B: Calculus of Several Variables, UCLA, Winter 2013
- Math 142: Mathematical Modeling, UCLA, Fall 2012
- Math 142: Mathematical Modeling, UCLA, Spring 2012
- Math 31B: Integration and Infinite Series, UCLA, Fall 2011
- Teaching Assistant, Brown University, AM65: Essential Statistics, Instructor: S.Geman, Spring 2009
- Teaching Assistant, Brown University, AM36: Methods of Applied Mathematics II, Instructor: S.Gottlieb, Spring 2007
In 2013, I co-advised an REU group with James von Brecht of four undergraduate students at UCLA as part of the California Research Training Program in Computational and Applied Mathematics. The crime modeling group members were, from left to right, Beatrice Siercke (UCLA), myself, James von Brecht (UCLA), Kun Dong (UCLA), Matthew Wilber (Harvey Mudd), and Yunbai Cao (UCLA). We used stochastic differential equations to model the seasonal variations in crime. A journal article has been submitted.
During the summer of 2012, I co-advised an REU group of three undergraduate students at UCLA as part of the California Research Training Program in Computational and Applied Mathematics. The crime modeling group members were, from left to right in the picture, Daniel Yazdi (UCLA), Jonah Breslau (Pomona), myself, Sorathan Chaturapruek (Harvey Mudd), and Professor Theodore Kolokolnikov (Dalhousie). We studied a crime hotspot model where the criminals moved according to a Levy flight instead of a random walk. The work from this program has been published in the SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics and has been featured in a SIAM Nugget.