Wing Hong Tony Wong
Department of Mathematics
I am a Professor at the Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. I finished my Ph.D. dissertation in June 2013 at the California Institute of Technology under the supervision of my advisor Richard M. Wilson. Here is my curriculum vitae.
I am also a cofounding and cochief editor of the journal Communications on Number Theory and Combinatorial Theory (CONTACT) (ISSN 28322657). It is an open access journal that aims at providing a fair review process and publishing original research articles in the areas of number theory and combinatorics. To achieve this, manuscripts submitted to the journal will be reviewed in a doubleblind format.
Research Interests
Combinatorics: linear algebraic methods, Ramseytype problems, extremal combinatorics, design theory; Graph Theory; Elementary Number Theory.
Personal Interests
Problem solving in Mathematics Olympiad or the Putnam competition; Table Tennis; Promoting mathematics to a bigger community (see my Youtube channel).
Contact Information
wong (at) kutztown (dot) edu
Office
Lytle Hall 213
Phone: 6106834407 (Please email me instead of calling)
Mailing Address
Tony Wong
Department of Mathematics
PO Box 730
Kutztown, PA 19530
Street Address (click to expand)
Awards
Carlson R. Chambliss Faculty Research Award, by Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. (2023)
Editors' Choice Award 2023, by Discrete Mathematics. (2023)
Early Career Teaching Award, by the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). (2020)
Excellence in Teaching Award, by the National Society of Leadership and Success. (2019)
40 Under Forty Award, by Reading Eagle. (2018)
John P. Schellenberg Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, by Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. (2017)
Scott Russell Johnson Prize for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, by California Institute of Technology. (2012)
Apostol Award for Excellence in Teaching in Mathematics, by California Institute of Technology. (2010)
Grants
TwoPerson Impartial Pebbling Games (working with Samuel Murray),
sponsored by the Kutztown University Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (KU BEARS), MaySep 2022. ($2000)(Senior Personnel) REU Site: Research Challenges of Computational Methods in Discrete Mathematics,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), Apr 2022Mar 2025. ($364,440)(Senior Personnel) Emerging Mathematics and Computer Science (EMACS) Scholars Program,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (SSTEM) Program, Aug 2020Aug 2026. ($999,758)Researching the structure of graphs from finite incidence geometry with the aid of computer algebra programs,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) National Research Experience for Undergraduates Program (NREUP), MayAug 2020. ($25,322)Enumerating subgraphs in algebraically defined graphs (working with Peter Kanjorski),
sponsored by the Kutztown University Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (KU BEARS), MaySep 2020. ($2000)Kutztown University Mathematics Olympiad Initiative,
sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grant (DMEG), Apr 2018May 2020. ($5000)Edgedistinguishing chromatic number for graphs (working with Grant Fickes),
sponsored by the Kutztown University Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (KU BEARS), MaySep 2017. ($2000)Twoperson coloring game on graphs (working with Diego ManzanoRuiz),
sponsored by the Kutztown University Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (KU BEARS), MaySep 2016. ($2000)IBL Small Grant to develop an Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) course for discrete mathematics,
sponsored by the Educational Advancement Foundation (EAF), through the Academy of Inquiry Based Learning (AIBL), JanMay 2015. ($1500)Travel grant to DIMACS Conference on Challenges of Identifying Integer Sequences,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), through the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS), Oct 2014. (Approx. $700)
Publications
^{#} indicates Kutztown students.
Submitted
Arithmetic progressions of integers that are relatively prime to their digital sums
Ryan Blau, Joshua Harrington, Sarah Lohrey, Eliel Sosis, Tony W. H. Wong, submitted.
(Also posted on arXiv.)Generalized impartial twoplayer pebbling games on K_{3} and C_{4}
Kayla Barker, Mia DeStefano, Eugene Fiorini, Michael Gohn, Joe Miller, Jacob Roeder, and Tony W. H. Wong, submitted.Nonisomorphic twodimensional algebraically defined graphs over ℝ
Brian G. Kronenthal, Joe Miller, Alex Nash, Jacob Roeder, Hani Samamah, and Tony W. H. Wong, submitted.Residue sums of Dickson polynomials over finite fields
Thomas Brazelton, Joshua Harrington, Matthew Litman, and Tony W. H. Wong, submitted.
(Also posted on arXiv.)
Accepted
Every arithmetic progression contains infinitely many bNiven numbers
Joshua Harrington, Matthew Litman, and Tony W. H. Wong, to appear in the Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)
Arithmetic progressions on bNiven numbers
Helen Grundman, Joshua Harrington, and Tony W. H. Wong, to appear in the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics. Online Journal
Published
Sums of distinct polynomial residues
Carrie FinchSmith, Joshua Harrington, and Tony W. H. Wong, Integers  Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory 23 (2023), A63. Online JournalOn kfold super totient numbers
Joshua Harrington, Melea Roman, Andrew Vincent, and Tony W. H. Wong, International Journal of Number Theory 19 (2023), 655666. Online Journal
Wombat  An efficient stableswap algorithm
Jen Houng Lie, Wing Hong Tony Wong, and Alex Yinting Lee, MARBLE 2022: Mathematical Research for Blockchain Economy (2023), 233251. Online Journal
Sum index and difference index of graphs
Joshua Harrington, Eugene HenningerVoss, Kedar Karhadkar, Emily Robinson, and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Applied Mathematics 325 (2023), 262283. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)Probabilistic chipcollecting games with modulo winning conditions
Joshua Harrington, Xuwen Hua, Xufei Liu, Alex Nash, Rodrigo Rios, and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Applied Mathematics 324 (2023), 9398. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)On the girth of threedimensional algebraically defined graphs with multiplicatively separable functions
Alex Kodess, Brian G. Kronenthal, and Tony W. H. Wong, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 29 (2022), Article P4.21. Online JournalThe edgedistinguishing chromatic number of petal graphs, chorded cycles, and spider graphs
Grant Fickes^{#} and Tony W. H. Wong, Electronic Journal of Graph Theory and Applications 10 (2022), 393414. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)Arithmetic progressions of bprodigious numbers
Michael Gohn, Joshua Harrington, Sophia Lebiere, Hani Samamah, Kyla Shappell, and Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Integer Sequences 25 (2022), Article 22.8.7. Online JournalCycles and girth in pebble assignment graphs
Eugene Fiorini, Griffin Johnston, Max Lind, Andrew Woldar, and Tony W. H. Wong, Graphs and Combinatorics 38 (2022), Article 154. Online JournalCovering systems with odd moduli
Joshua Harrington, Yewen Sun, and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Mathematics 345 (2022), Article 112936. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)
 selected by the editors as one of the outstanding papers published in Discrete Mathematics.On the properties of Fibotomic polynomials
Cameron Byer, Tyler Dvorachek, Emily Eckard, Joshua Harrington, Lindsey Wise, and Tony W. H. Wong, Advances in Applied Mathematics 138 (2022), Article 102344. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)On binomial coefficients associated with Sierpiński and Riesel numbers
Ashley Armbruster, Grace Barger, Sofya Bykova, Tyler Dvorachek, Emily Eckard, Joshua Harrington, Yewen Sun, and Tony W. H. Wong, Integers  Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory 21 (2021), A61. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)Characterizing winning positions in the impartial twoplayer pebbling game on complete graphs
Eugene Fiorini, Max Lind, Andrew Woldar, and Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Integer Sequences 24 (2021), Article 21.6.4. Online Journal
Two dependent probabilistic chipcollecting games
Joshua Harrington, Kedar Karhadkar, Madeline Kohutka, Tessa Stevens, and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Applied Mathematics 288 (2021), 7486. Online JournalOn the domination number of permutation graphs and an application to strong fixed points
Theresa Baren, Michael Cory, Mia Friedberg, Peter Gardner, James Hammer, Joshua Harrington, Daniel McGinnis, Riley Waechter, and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Applied Mathematics 288 (2021), 2034. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)The edgedistinguishing chromatic number of spider graphs with three legs or bounded leg lengths
Grant Fickes^{#} and Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing 113 (2020), 165181.
(Also posted on arXiv.)Nimbers sequences of NodeKayles games
Sierra Brown, Spencer Daugherty, Eugene Fiorini, Barbara Maldonado, Diego ManzanoRuiz^{#}, Sean Rainville, Riley Waechter, and Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Integer Sequences 23 (2020), Article 20.3.5. Online JournalOn super totient numbers and super totient labelings of graphs
Joshua Harrington and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Mathematics 343 (2020), Article 111670. Online JournalBuilding matrices with prescribed size and number of invertible submatrices
Edward S. T. Fan and Tony W. H. Wong, European Journal of Combinatorics 83 (2020), Article 103016. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)Primes and perfect powers in the Catalan triangle
Nathaniel Benjamin^{#}, Grant Fickes^{#}, Eugene Fiorini, Edgar Jaramillo Rodriguez, Eric Jovinelly, and Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Integer Sequences 22 (2019), Article 19.7.6. Online JournalAn investigation on partitions with equal products
Byungchul Cha, Adam Claman, Joshua Harrington, Ziyu Liu, Barbara Maldonado, Alexander Miller^{#}, Ann Palma, Tony W. H. Wong, and Hongkwon (Vin) Yi, International Journal of Number Theory 15 (2019), 17311744. Online Journal
(Also posted on arXiv.)A probabilistic takeaway game
Tony W. H. Wong and Jiao Xu^{#}, Journal of Integer Sequences 21 (2018), Article 18.6.3. Online JournalPaired manytomany disjoint path covers of hypertori
Brian G. Kronenthal and Tony W. H. Wong, Discrete Applied Mathematics 218 (2017), 1420. Online JournalIntegrality of relative BPS state counts of toric Del Pezzo surfaces
Michel van Garrel, Tony W. H. Wong, and Gjergji Zaimi, Communications in Number Theory and Physics 7 (2014), 671687. Online JournalDiagonal forms and zerosum (mod 2) bipartite Ramsey numbers
Tony W. H. Wong, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A 124 (2014), 97113. Online JournalDiagonal forms of incidence matrices associated with tuniform hypergraphs
Richard M. Wilson and Tony W. H. Wong, European Journal of Combinatorics 35 (2014), 490508. Online Journal
[Note: This work is also described in
Diagonal forms for incidence matrices and zerosum Ramsey theory
Richard M. Wilson and Tony W. H. Wong, Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 38 (2011), 825828. Online Journal]Algebraic techniques in designing quantum synchronizable codes
Yuichiro Fujiwara, Vladimir D. Tonchev, and Tony W. H. Wong, Physical Review A 88 (2013), 012318. Online JournalIntersecting families in the alternating group and direct product of symmetric groups
Cheng Yeaw Ku and Tony W. H. Wong, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 14 (2007), #R25. Online Journal
Other Published Work
^{#} indicates Kutztown students.

Integer sequence A364237 related to zerosum free permutations
Anna Coleman, Joshua Harrington, Maggie X. Lai, Philip Thomas, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Mentoring students virtually in undergraduate research
Elizabeth A. Donovan, Brian G. Kronenthal, Jan Rychtář, Dewey Taylor, Lesley W. Wiglesworth, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, Expanding Undergraduate Research in Mathematics: Making UR More Inclusive (2023), 131142.

Integer sequence A361315 related to twoperson impartial (3;1,1)pebbling games on complete graphs
Gabrielle Demchak, Eugene Fiorini, Michael J. Herrera, Samuel Murray, Rhaldni Sayaman, Brittany Shelton, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Integer sequences A339999, A346537, A346563, and A346657 related to numbers that are divisible by the product of their nonzero digits
Michael Gohn, Joshua Harrington, Sophia Lebiere, Hani Samamah, Kyla Shappel, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Integer sequences A346197, A346401, and A347637 related to twoperson impartial (k+1,k)pebbling games on complete graphs
Kayla Barker, Mia DeStefano, Eugene Fiorini, Michael Gohn, Joe Miller, Jacob Roeder, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Integer sequence A340631 related to twoperson impartial pebbling games on complete graphs
Eugene Fiorini, Max C. Lind, Andrew Woldar, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).

Integer sequences A308853, A309088, A309089, A309257, A309258, A309259, A309344, and A309345 related to determinants and transversals of Latin squares
Alvaro R. Belmonte, Eugene Fiorini, Peterson Lenard, Froylan Maldonado, Sabrina Traver, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).
Integer sequences A316945, A316946, and A317254 related to partitions of integers with equal products
Byungchul Cha, Adam Claman, Joshua Harrington, Ziyu Liu, Barbara Maldonado, Alexander M. Miller^{#}, Ann Palma, Wing Hong Tony Wong, and Hongkwon V. Yi, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).Integer sequences A316533, A316629, A316632, A316781, and A317367 related to Nimbers of the NodeKayles game
Sierra Brown, Spencer Daugherty, Eugene Fiorini, Barbara Maldonado, Sean E. Rainville, Riley S. Waechter, and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).Integer sequences A291341 and A291342 related to the game of Col
Diego ManzanoRuiz^{#} and Wing Hong Tony Wong, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).Flow Free on a torus
Brian G. Kronenthal and Tony W. H. Wong, Math Horizons 23.3 (2016), 2. Online JournalInteger sequences A265919 and A265920 related to a probabilistic chip collecting game
Wing Hong Tony Wong and Jiao Xu^{#}, OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS).
Thesis
Diagonal forms, linear algebraic methods and Ramseytype problems,
Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology.
Online Journal.
Presentations
Spring Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Penn State Brandywine, Media, PA. (Apr 2023)
Discrete Math and Combinatorics Seminar, University of South Carolina, Online. (Apr 2023)
Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects Conference (MOVES), National Museum of Mathematics, New York, NY. (Aug 2022)
The 3rd International Conference on Mathematical Research for Blockchain Economy (MARBLE), Vilamoura, Portugal. (Jul 2022)
Series on Exploring Combinatorics and Number Theory (SECANT), Cedar Crest College, Online. (Jan 2022)
Series on Exploring Combinatorics and Number Theory (SECANT), Cedar Crest College, Online. (Jan 2021)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), Online. (Jan 2021)
Fall Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Online. (Nov 2020)
MidAtlantic Seminar On Numbers (MASON) IV, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA. (Mar 2020)
La Salle University Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA. (Feb 2020)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), Denver, CO. (Jan 2020)
Fall Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), DeSales University, Center Valley, PA. (Nov 2019)
Series on Exploring Combinatorics and Number Theory (SECANT), Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA. (Oct 2019)
Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects Conference (MOVES), National Museum of Mathematics, New York, NY. (Aug 2019)
Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics (CanaDAM) Conference, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. (May 2019)
Math Club and the Plenary Talk at the Sixth Annual Larry R. Mugridge Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Research, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Apr 2019)
Spring Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), King's College, WilkesBarre, PA. (Mar 2019)
Albright College Mathematics Colloquium, Albright College, Reading, PA. (Mar 2019)
Millersville University and Franklin & Marshall College Joint Math Colloquium, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, PA. (Feb 2019)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), Baltimore, MD. (Jan 2019)
Series on Exploring Combinatorics and Number Theory (SECANT), Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA. (Nov 2018)
Fall Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), West Chester University of Pennsylvania, West Chester, PA. (Nov 2018)
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association (PASSHEMA) Conference, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, East Stroudsburg, PA. (Oct 2018)
Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), University of Delaware, Newark, DE. (Sep 2018)
(Also the coorganizer of the special session on Graph Theory at this conference.)Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Sep 2018)
SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (SIAM DM), University of Colorado, Denver, CO. (Jun 2018)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), San Diego, CA. (Jan 2018)
Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects Conference (MOVES), National Museum of Mathematics, New York, NY. (Aug 2017)
The Second Malta Conference in Graph Theory and Combinatorics (MCGTC), Qawra, Malta. (Jun 2017)
Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics (CanaDAM) Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. (Jun 2017)
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association (PASSHEMA) Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA. (Mar 2017)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), Atlanta, GA. (Jan 2017)
JointlyOrganized Fall Meeting of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) and New Jersey (NJ) Sections of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Villanova University, Villanova, PA. (Nov 2016)
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA. (Jul 2016)
SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (SIAM DM), Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. (Jun 2016)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), Seattle, WA. (Jan 2016)
Fall Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Delaware Valley University, Doylestown, PA. (Nov 2015)
Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects Conference (MOVES), National Museum of Mathematics, New York, NY. (Aug 2015)
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association (PASSHEMA) Conference, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Apr 2015)
(Also the coorganizer of this conference.)Spring Meeting of the East Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPaDel) Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. (Mar 2015)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), San Antonio, TX. (Jan 2015)
DIMACS Conference on Challenges of Identifying Integer Sequences, DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. (Oct 2014)
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Sep 2014)
SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (SIAM DM), Minneapolis, MN. (Jun 2014)
Mathematics Colloquium, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Apr 2014)
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association (PASSHEMA) Conference, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, Lock Haven, PA. (Apr 2014)
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, University of Delaware, Newark, DE. (Dec 2013)
Discrete Mathematics Seminar, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Nov, Oct 2013)
Mathematics Colloquium, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. (Apr 2013)
Combinatorics Seminar, UCSD, San Diego, CA. (Feb 2013)
Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), San Diego, CA. (Jan 2013)
Toronto Set Theory Seminar, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada. (Jul 2012)
SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (SIAM DM), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. (Jun 2012)
WilsonFest: a conference in honor of Rick Wilson, Caltech, Pasadena, CA. (Mar 2012)
European Conference on Combinatorics (EuroComb), Graph Theory and Applications, Budapest, Hungary. (Sep 2011)
Combinatorics Seminar, Caltech, Pasadena, CA. (May 2011)
Selected Service
Coorganizer of
Vice President of the University Senate. (20202022)
Chair of
the Committee on Committees. (20202022)
the Enrollment Management Committee. (20192021)
the Department Promotion, Evaluation, and Tenure (PET) Committee (20192020)
the Mathematics Outreach Program  Kutztown Appreciation of Mathematics Program (KAMP). (2015Present)
Treasurer of The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association (PASSHEMA). (2015Present)
Founder and Trainer of the Putnam Team at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. (2013Present)
Coach of the mathematics enrichment program at
Northwest Middle School, Reading. (20182020)
Reading Senior High School (2019Present)
Teaching at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
20222023
Spring:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 300 (Problem Solving in Mathematics)  Individualized Instruction
Fall:
FYS 1003710 (First Year Seminar: Mathematical Puzzles and Infinity)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 140 (Applied Statistical Methods)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
20212022
Spring:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 460 (Linear Algebra II)
Fall:
FYS 1003710 (First Year Seminar: Mathematical Puzzles and Infinity)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 224 (Foundations of Higher Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
20202021
Spring:
Sabbatical
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
20192020
Spring:
MAT 17 (Introduction to Mathematics)
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
20182019
Spring:
MAT 17 (Introduction to Mathematics)
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 321 (Combinatorics)
MAT 372 (Quantum Coding Theory)  Independent Studies
Fall:
FYS 1002710 (First Year Seminar: To Infinity and Beyond!)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 390 (Algebraic Topology)  Independent Studies
MAT 460 (Linear Algebra II)  Individualized Instruction
20172018
Spring:
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 321 (Combinatorics)  Individualized Instruction
MAT 352 (Real Analysis II)
MAT 431 (Topology)  Individualized Instruction
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 372 (Algebraic Coding Theory)  Independent Studies
20162017
Spring:
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 431 (Topology)  Individualized Instruction
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 300 (Problem Solving in Mathematics)  Individualized Instruction
MAT 460 (Linear Algebra II)  Individualized Instruction
20152016
Spring:
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 123 (Discrete Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
MAT 431 (Topology)  Individualized Instruction
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
20142015
Spring:
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 123 (Discrete Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
20132014
Spring:
MAT 121 (Mathematics for Business and Information Science)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
Fall:
MAT 106 (Trigonometry)
MAT 115 (Precalculus Mathematics)
MAT 260 (Linear Algebra)
Teaching at Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
20162017
Summer Session 2:
Paradoxes and Infinities (at Easton site)
Teaching at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
20142015
Summer:
MATH 2010 (Advanced Calculus I)
Teaching at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
20122013
Spring:
Lead TA of Math 1c (Calculus of One and Several Variables and Linear Algebra, Analytical Track).
Winter:
TA of Math 6b (Introduction to Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics).
Fall:
Instructor of Math 17 (How to Solve It).
20112012
Spring:
TA of Math 6c (Introduction to Discrete Mathematics, Logic).
Winter:
Lead TA of Math 1b (Linear Algebra, Analytical Track).
Fall:
TA of Math 1a (Freshman Mathematics);
TA of Math 121a (Combinatorial Analysis).
20102011
Winter:
Instructor of Math 1d (Sequences and Series).
Fall:
TA of Math 1a (Freshman Mathematics).
20092010
Winter:
TA of Math 6b (Introduction to Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics);
TA of Math 121b (Combinatorial Analysis).
Fall:
TA of Math 6a (Introduction to Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics);
TA of Math 121a (Combinatorial Analysis).
20082009
Winter:
TA of Math 1b (Linear Algebra, Practical Track).
Fall:
TA of Math 1a (Calculus of One and Several Variables).