## Teaching

## Algebra

- What is algebraic thinking?
- The empowering quadratic
- Breaking the rule - the imaginary unit
- $e^{\pi i}+1=0$, what does this mean?

## Discrete Mathematics

## Programming

## Mathematics chapter for a Liberal Arts Reader

Due to the rapid changes in our technological societies the aims of teaching and the teaching process itself need to be rethought again and again. The response is twofold: 1. *fast moving, rapidly deployed courses* and 2. *focusing on core knowledge versus ephemeral ideas and technologies*. The challenge is that these two requirements might be in conflict.

Currently I teach at Akita International University.

## Courses I designed

**Igo Math - Natural and Artifical Intelligence and the Game of Go**MAT230 Course Information.**Poetry of Programming - puzzle based introduction to functional programming**(MAT245). Course Information.**Mathematics for the digital world**(MAT240 Mathematics behind the technological society). Syllabus

## More traditional courses

**Calculus**(MAT250) Single variable calculus up to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Syllabus**College Algebra**(MAT150) From set theory up to $e^{\pi i}+1=0$.**Statistics**(MAT200)

## Previous courses

Social Web Analytics

Computational Complexity

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Calculus

Semigroup Theory, Representation Theory (graduate courses)

at Eszterházy Károly University

Formal Languages and Automata

Linear Algebra

Programming (C#)

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Operating Systems, Shell Programming

$\LaTeX$

at University of Hertfordshire

supervising MSc projects in Computer Science

Artificial Life (guest lecture)

- Programming (C, Java)