Teaching


In USA.
At Iowa State University:
 Fall 2018: MATH 655 Partial Differential Equations I
(Graduate Class, 20 students). MATH 207 Matrices and Linear
Algebra (40 students).
 Spring 2018: MATH 680E Advanced Topics in Differential
Equations: Regularity Theory for Elliptic PDEs (Graduate
Topics Class, 10 students).
 Fall 2017: MATH 166 Calculus II (40 students). MATH 590
Regularity theory for elliptic equations (Graduate Reading
Course).
 Spring 2017: MATH 520 Methods of Applied Mathematics II
(Graduate Class, 10 students).
 Fall 2016: MATH 519 Methods of Applied Mathematics I
(Graduate Class, 15 students). MATH 590 Fourier Analysis
(Graduate Reading Course).
 Spring 2016: MATH 385 Introduction to Partial
Differential Equations (35 students).
 Fall 2015: MATH 165 Calculus I (two sections, 40 students
each one).
At The University of Texas at Austin:
 Spring 2015: Topics in Partial Differential Equations
(Graduate Topics Class, 15 students).
 Fall 2014: M340L Matrices and Matrix Calculations (120
students).
 Spring 2014: M341 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory (30
students).
 Fall 2013: M408S Integral Calculus for Science (120
students) and M408D Sequences, Series and Multivariable
Calculus (120 students). M408S is a "flipped classroom" class.
 Spring 2013: M341 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory (30
students).
 Fall 2012: M408S Integral Calculus for Science (two
sections, 120 students each one). M408S is a
"flipped classroom" class.
In Spain.
 Spring 2011: Honorary Professor  Multivariable Calculus
for Physics Degree  Universidad AutÃ³noma de Madrid.
In Argentina.
 Mar. 2002 to Dec. 2005: TA for Probablity and Statistics
(2nd year of Mathematics Degree), and Discrete Mathematics
(1st year of Mathematics Degree)  Universidad Nacional de San
Luis.
 Mar. 2004 to Dec. 2005: Tutor for undergraduate freshman
students at Universidad Nacional de San Luis.
 2001: High school professor in Mathematics in San Luis.
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