Research and teaching in Applied Mathematics

- General duties: holding tutorials/workshops for
undergraduate mathematics courses at level 1 (class size: 10-15) & 2 (classs size:
30-40), providing support for the lectures and weekly assignments including assessment.
Where noted below, also delivering lectures (class size 150-200). List of courses:

- MATH1010 Mathematics 1, MATH2365 Vector Calculus, MATH2640
Introduction to Optimisation, MATH1400 Modelling with Differential Equations (Module
manager: lectures, tutorials, and assessment)

- MATH1050 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis (Lectures +
tutorials), MATH2365 Vector Calculus, MATH1012 Mathematics 2, MATH1400 Modelling with
Differential Equations, MATH1510 Financial Mathematics, MATH2391 Nonlinear Differential
Equations, MATH3001 Project in Mathematics (final year project supervision)

- MATH1012 Mathematics 2, MATH1400 Modelling with
Differential Equations, MATH2391 Nonlinear Differential Equations

- MATH1050 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis

- MATH1050 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis, MATH1400
Modelling with Differential Equations

- MATH1050 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis, MATH1010
Mathematics 1 (comprising calculus and linear algebra)

- MATH1050 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis, MATH3458
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (level 3; exercise class support)

- Providing one-to-one and small-group assistance at the Skills@Library drop-in service (3hrs/week), primarily for level 0 and 1 undergraduates from mathematics, engineering, and business/finance, but open to all students from disciplines with a numerate aspect.