About

 

I am an Instructor in the Mathematics Department at CU. My research interest is in dynamical systems and their applications to neuroscience. My work spans from theoretical models of learning and memory to data-driven approaches to psychiatric illness, from studying complexity in polynomial families to understanding complex computational networks in the brain.

I am the faculty advisor of the Campus Initiative at CU, and some of my off-duty activities are fueled by UNICEF goals. Feel free to visit our student club page, if you would like to know how you can get involved.

Teaching

 

This semester I am teaching Math 1110 (Mathematics for Elementary Educators), Sections 1 and 2, which meet MWF, 9-9:50am and 10-10:50am in MATH 170.

Availability

 

I have office hours on WF, 11-1pm. If you need to see me at any other time, let me know, and we can set up an appointment.