Brett Stevens - Courses
Non-Carleton University Teaching experience
- Pacific Institure for the
Mathematical Sciences Graduate Industrial
Mathematical Modeling Camp
- 2000 Compact Representations of Sets.
- 2002 Software Testing.
- Lecturer in Mathematics and Computer Science - Simon Fraser
University, 1999 - Present:
- MATH895 Combinatorial Design Theory;
- PIMS--Graduate Industrial Mathematical Modeling Camp, Compact Representations of Sets;
- MATH827 Design Theory Portion of Graduate Topics in Combinatorics Course;
- MACM201 Discrete Mathematics II (330 students);
- MATH895 Graduate course on Algebraic Methods in Graph Theory.
- Instructor and Course Designer - Peel School District at Erindale
Campus, University of Toronto, 1998
- Three sections of Mathematics of the Rubik's Cube course
for gifted students.
- Instructor and Teaching Assistant -- University of Toronto, 1993
- Instructor and Course Designer: Graph Theory at SOAR
University of Toronto Gifted Student Program;
- Teaching Assistant and Instructor (5 years): JMB170, Joint
Mathematics and Biology course on Calculus, Regression,
Differential Equations, Allometry, Mutation, Selection
Balance, Chaotic Systems, Probability and Stochastics.
- Instructor: MATH242, Second Year Group Theory and Geometry;
- Teaching Assistant, University of Chicago 1992
- Linear Algebra for the Social Sciences.
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