**Institute for Mathematical Science
Stony Brook University
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I had the opportunity to be an instructor for several undergraduate and graduate classes at Cornell University and at Stony Brook University:

**MAT 555:**(Stony Brook University, Spring 2015)*Introduction to Dynamical Systems***MAT 303:**(Stony Brook University, Fall 2016)*Calculus IV - Differential Equations with Applications***MAT 331:**(Stony Brook, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2017)*Computer Assisted Mathematical Problem Solving***MAT 131:**(Stony Brook University, Spring 2014)*Calculus I***MAT 126:**(Stony Brook University, Fall 2013, Spring 2016)*Calculus B***Math 2940:**(Cornell University, Summer 2014)*Linear Algebra for Engineers***Math 1350:**(Cornell University, Summer 2011, Summer 2012)*The Art of Secret Writing - Cryptography***Math 1110:**(Cornell University, Fall 2009, Fall 2011)*Calculus I*

I have also been a teaching assistant at Cornell University for the following courses:

**Math 6120:**(Spring 2011)*Complex Analysis***Math 4310:**(Fall 2007, Fall 2012)*Linear Algebra***Math 2940:**(Spring 2008, Spring 2009)*Linear Algebra for Engineers***Math 4330:**(Fall 2008)*Honnors Linear Algebra***Math 4030:**(Spring 2009)*History of Mathematics*

At Cornell University, I have developed some projects for MEC (Math Explorer Club):

- R. Radu, R. Tanase,
, 2009 (Highly cited web page).*Mathematics of Web Search* - R. Tanase,
, 2009.*Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé games (Logics)*

Last updated December 2016