## Teaching history

Classes at NYU:

- S09: Scientific Computing
- F08: High Performance Scientific Computing (with Marsha Berger)
- S08: Honors Calculus II
- F07: Theory of Probability
- S07: Honors Calculus II
- F06: Math Patterns in Nature

Classes at Berkeley:

- F05: CS 164: Compilers and Programming Languages (with Richard Fateman)
- F01: CS 267: Applications of Parallel Computers (with Kathy Yelick)

Introductory presentations:

- Keeping It (Approximately) Real: some puzzles about accuracy of computations, presented at the cSplash festival for high school students, April 2009

Undergrad research students at NYU:

- Jiexun Xu - Fast linear dependency discovery for computer network tomography
- Daniel Parry (summer 08) - Bounds on biased and unbiased random walks (see also this version in the Rose-Hulman Undergrad Math Journal, 10 (1), 2009)
- Iva Vukicevic (summer 08) - Error bounds and estimates for a discrete sine-Gordon model