Teaching

Teaching Fellow for ES 159/259

Undergraduate course, Harvard University, Applied Math, 2020

I was a teaching fellow for Harvard’s undergraduate and graduate course Engineering Sciences 159/259: “Introduction to Robotics”, which covered kinematics, dynamics, control, path planning, and contemporary research topics. My responsibilities included developing biweekly labs, holding office hours, and grading. In particular, due to COVID-19, I was responsible for establishing a path-planning framework in a simulation environment as an alternative to running experiments in hardware.

Head Teaching Fellow for AM22a

Undergraduate course, Harvard University, Applied Math, 2019

I was the head teaching fellow for Harvard’s undergraduate course Applied Math 22a: “Solving and Optimizing”, which covered linear algebra, multivariate calculus, and introductory optimization. My responsibilities included teaching weekly section, holding office hours, grading, overseeing the class forum, and developing course materials.

Teaching Fellow for CS182: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Undergraduate course, Harvard University, Computer Science, 2018

I was a teaching fellow for Harvard’s undergraduate course Computer Science 182: “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence”, which covered search algorithms, Markov models, Bayesian networks, reinforcement learning, classification problems, and motion planning for robotics. My responsibilities included teaching weekly section, developing course materials, mentoring students on final projects, and overseeing the class forum.