I have gained an international experience of teaching a variety of classes to a diverse population in the Florida State University (USA), University of Utah (USA), University of Colorado, Boulder (USA), Adelaide University (Australia) and IIIT-Delhi (India). While I have taught college algebra, trigonometry, calculus series and differential equations and linear algebra in large lecture halls, I have also supervised a research study course to a small group of talented students. Overall, I found teaching to be a rewarding work that has pushed me to think broadly and deeply about mathematics, people, and myself. The overarching highlights of my teaching philosophy are:

  • Make learning accessible via practical examples
  • Developing writing and presentation skills
  • Effective lecture preparation via gradual buildup of concepts
  • Technology aided instruction (e.g., MATLAB, MAPLE)
  • Handling student diversity, language barrier

Courses taught in IIIT Delhi, India

  • Variational Calculus
  • Integral Transforms
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Vector Calculus: Calculus III
  • Real Analysis

NPTEL Courses

  • Integral Transforms and Fractional Calculus: Jan, 2019 – present (Weblink)
  • Calculus of Variations and their Applications in Control Theory and Nanomechanics: Jan, 2020 – present (Weblink)

Courses taught in Adelaide University, Australia

  • Optimization and linear programming
  • Applied Methods in Biology

Courses taught in University of Colorado, USA

  • Differential Equations and Linear Algebra

Courses taught in University of Utah, USA

  • Multivariate Calculus

Courses taught in Florida State University, USA

  • Calculus II for engineers
  • Analytical Trigonometry
  • College Algebra