Basic models and questions in statistical network analysis
Graduate minicourse, designed together with Sébastien Bubeck.
I taught this course twice during the Summer of 2016:
- June 6 - 10, 2016: University of Washington; approx. 30 graduate students from a variety of departments (mathematics, statistics, CS, EE).
- July 4 - 8, 2016: XX Brazilian School of Probability; approx. 100 in attendance.
- Course webpage
- Lecture notes
At UC Berkeley
- Spring 2014: Stat 150 (Stochastic Processes)
- Spring 2013: Stat 155 (Game Theory)
- Summer 2011: Stat W21 (Introductory Statistics)
- Fall 2009: Calculus 1 for civil engineer students
- Spring 2009: Calculus 2 for civil engineer students
- Fall 2008: Calculus 1 for civil engineer students
Berkeley Math Circle
- 2011 - 2015: I volunteered as a mathematics teacher and held problem-solving sessions for talented youth at the elementary, middle, and high school level. I designed several problem sets, with topics including probability games and graph theory.
- Spring 2014: I volunteered as a mathematics teacher and held problem-solving sessions for talented middle school students. The sessions were on probability games, based on problem sets that I designed.