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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in the math dept. at U of T. Aside from doing research in the field of algebraic geometry (a branch of geometry that has applications in the physics of string theory), I also teach some of the more popular courses on campus in calculus, linear algebra, cryptography and stats.
I have always had a passion for mathematics, and have made it my job to share that passion to students. I am confident we will be able to work through whatever problems you may have
If you'd like to know a little more about me, feel free to check out my website **Web Address Removed**
I have taught the the following classes at U of T:
mata35: calculus for business
mata36: calculus for life sciences
mata23: linear algebra
mata24: advanced linear algebra
matc32: graph theory
Before coming to U of T, I earned my Ph.D. in algebraic geometry at UHasselt in Belgium. where I TA'd about 4 courses/semester in diverse disciplines for 6 years
My research has led me to travel around the world: I worked at UC Berkeley, Stanford, Paris, Edinburgh, Japan, Germany, where I collaborated and perfect the art of talking about math
I usually offer a first reduced introductory session, just to assess the needs of the student and whether we are potentially a good fit.
If this is indeed the case, I usually like to design a bespoke "plan of attack": I adapt course content and delivery style in order to ensure the student both meets their goals and understands the material in an optimal way
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- University of Hasselt (2015) - Ph.D. (Doctorate) (✔ On File)
- University of Antwerp (2009) - Ms.c. in pure mathematics (Masters) (✔ On File)
- University of Antwerp (2004) - Bs.c. in mathematics (Bachelors) (✔ On File)