# Course Information

## Current Courses

Note: my course web pages are generally restricted to enrolled students.

## Previous Courses

In the past at UMaine I've taught MAT 232 (Intro to Principles of Statistical Inference), MAT 262 (Linear Algebra), MAT 401 (Capstone course), MAT 451 (Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems), MAT 486/586 (Biological Modeling and Simulation), MAT 487 (Numerical Analysis), and various independent-study MAT 400 (Topics in Mathematics) courses. Here is a schedule of previous courses I've taught:

## Fall 2016

- MAT258: Introduction to Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
- MAT259: Differential Equations

## Spring 2016

- I was on sabbatical, and did not teach any courses

## Fall 2015

- MAT262: Linear Algebra
- MAT486/586: Biological Modeling and Simulation

## Spring 2015

- MAT262: Linear Algebra
- MAT487: Numerical Analysis

## Fall 2014

- MAT262: Linear Algebra
- I worked with a couple of classes at Bangor High School's STEM Academy again in lieu of a second course

## Spring 2014

- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT 486/586 Biological Modeling and Simulation

## Fall 2013

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

## Spring 2013

- I was working with my research group and grant-related
activities, and did not teach any courses on the UMaine campus.
However, I participated regularly in the
**Technology and Engineering I: Matlab and Analysis**course at Bangor High School's STEM Academy from January through June.

## Fall 2012

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

## Spring 2012

- MAT262: Linear Algebra
- MAT400/500: Modeling and Simulation

## Fall 2011

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

## Spring 2011

- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT487, Numerical Analysis

## Fall 2010

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

## Spring 2010

- MAT400, Modeling and Simulation

## Fall 2009

- I was working with my research group and grant-related activities, and did not teach any courses

## Spring 2009

- I was on sabbatical, and did not teach any regular courses (though I did teach an independent-study MAT400 course)

## Fall 2008

- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT487, Numerical Analysis

### Summer 2008

- I was an instructor/mentor at the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute.

### Spring 2008

- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT451, Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems

### Fall 2007

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)
- MAT400, Advanced Linear Algebra
- Here is a list of errata I found
in the textbook,
**Applied Linear Algebra**by Olver and Shakiban (Pearson / Prentice Hall, 2006). The authors have now included these errors in their own list (with acknowledgment), but I'll leave my document here for historical purposes.

- Here is a list of errata I found
in the textbook,

### Summer 2007

- I was an instructor/mentor at the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute.

### Spring 2007

- MAT 400, Topics in Math: Modeling and Simulation, mainly population and epidemiological modeling (including spatial stochastic models in discrete and continuous time), and writing simulations in Matlab and R.
- MAT262 (Linear Algebra).

### Fall 2006

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

### Summer 2006

- I was an instructor/mentor at the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute.

### Spring 2006

- MAT262, Linear Algebra

### Fall 2005

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)

### Spring 2005

- MAT401, Capstone Course in Mathematics.

### Fall 2004

- MAT262, Linear Algebra (2 sections)
- MAT400, Topics in Math: Epidemiological Models
- MAT487, Numerical Analysis

### Spring 2004

- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT400, Topics in Mathematics: Complex Adaptive Systems
- MAT401, Capstone Course in Mathematics

### Fall 2003

- MAT232, Principles of Statistical Inference
- MAT262, Linear Algebra
- MAT400, Topics in Mathematics: Spatial Population Models

### Spring 2003

- MAT232, Principles of Statistical Inference (2 sections)
- MAT400, Topics in Mathematics: Cellular Automata Modeling

### Fall 2002

- MAT262, Linear Algebra

### Earlier

- I taught BTRY101 and BTRY102, a sequence called "Intro to Biometry" at Cornell during Fall 2000 through Spring 2002. Here is some information about those two courses (mainly of historical interest now).