Professor (since 2015)
n  Fall n  Spring n+1  

2017 
MATH 253A  ?  ?  
2016 
251A (Honors Calculus I)  252A (Honors Calculus II)  373 (Elementary Statistics)  
2015 
253A (Honors Calculus III/IV)  244 (Calculus IV)  472 (Statistical Inference) 
51 courses taught in 18 years (average 2.8333... per year) at lower ranks:
Associate Professor (20102015; 18 courses)
n  Fall n  Spring n+1  

2014  Calculus II (242) 
Probability (471)  Statistics (472)

Senior Seminar  
2013 
Sabbatical leave 
Stochastic processes

Recursive functions & complexity


2012 
Stochastic calculus and PDEs

Set theory (454) and Mathematical Logic (455)

Calculus I  
2011 
Calculus IV (244) 
Probability (471) and Statistical Inference (472)

Transition to Advanced Math (321)


2010 
Calculus III (243) (Thomas) 
Elementary Probability (371)

UCSD Mathematical Statistics (181A)  UCSD Elementary Probability & Statistics (11/11L) 
Assistant Professor (20072010; 10 courses)
n  Fall n  Spring n+1  

2009 Asst.Prof. 
Calculus I (Thomas for Calc $\le 1$)  Calculus IV (Stewart; Thomas for Calc $\le 2$ only)  Calculus IV (Stewart; Thomas for Calc $\le 3$ only) 
Set theory (454)

2008 Asst.Prof. 
Probability (471) and Statistical inference (472)

Discrete mathematics  
2007 Asst.Prof. 
Calculus I  Calculus I  Survey of mathematics 
Postdoctoral Fellow (20022007; 14 courses)
2006 Postdoc 
Graduate set theory

Kolmogorov complexity

Mathematical logic

Honors Analysis II

2005 Postdoc 
Geometry

Calculus II  Calculus III/IV 
Probability

2004 Postdoc 
Fundamentals of algebra and geometry  Calculus III/IV 
Mathematical logic

Probability

2003 Postdoc 
Postdoc (Heidelberg)  Calculus III/IV 
Mathematical modeling

Grad student (19972002; 9 courses)
n  Summer n  Fall n 
Spring Winter/Spring n+1 
Annual number of courses  
2002  Linear algebra and differential equations Grad  Postdoc (Heidelberg)  
2001 Grad  Discrete mathematics  Calculus I  
2000 Grad 
Abstract algebra

Logic (Dept. of Philosophy)  
1999 Grad  Discrete mathematics  
1998 Grad  Linear algebra and differential equations  Calculus II  
1997 Grad  Calculus III/IV  
Total number  4  1  4  9 
Remarks on calculus sequences
 As grad student and postdoc my calculus classes happened to be using Stewart's textbook "Early Transcendentals" and followed a Calculus 1/2/3 system.
 As assistant professor my calculus classes used Stewart's textbook "Early Vectors" (with the exception of Calculus 1 in Fall 2009) and followed a Calculus 1/2/3/4 system.
 As associate professor I taught each of Calculus 1,2,3,4 once, always using Thomas' textbook "University Calculus  Alternate Edition", and using a Calculus 1/2/3/4 system.
 As Professor I have taught Accelerated Calculus I, II, and III as well as Calculus 4.