I have obtained a wide range of pedagogic experience by teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Germany, the USA and the UK. I consider teaching as an integral part of my work: experiences in teaching enhance my views in research, and conversely, new approaches in research lead to more meaningful teaching. My teaching expertise lies in the area of geometry and visualisation but I also made significant contributions to the curriculum of the Calculus and Analysis stream.
In teaching, student engagement is essential to student success. To facilitate discovery-lead learning, I developed modules to include substantial project work and innovative use of technology for visualisation of mathematical concepts. I received a certificate of recognition for the quality of my application for FHEA through the PEERS Experiential Route.
Lectures: Calculus and Analysis I (MA1012), Geometry and Visualisation (MA3152), Curves and Surfaces (MA3152), Proofs and Number Systems (MA1103), Complex Analysis (MA3121), Minimal surfaces (MA7155)
Projects: M. Pirashvili (Quaternionic Holomorphic Geometry), J. Habdank (Minimal surfaces and finite elements), Pearce Dedmon (Visualisation of Wente tori and touch screen viewer)