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List of Courses
Math 105:
Topics in Mathematics (Su 18, Su 16, Sp 12)
Math 106: Discrete Mathematics
(Sp 99)
Math 116: Calculus II (Sp 07)
Math 220: Elementary Differential
Equations (Su 21, F 19, Sp 18, Su 16, Sp 16, Sp 14)
Math 221: Elementary Differential
Equations (Hons) (Sp 20)
Math 290: Linear Algebra
(F 20, Su 19, Sp19, F18, Su 18, Sp 18,
Sp 16, Sp 09)
Math 291: Linear Algebra (Hons) (Sp 21)
Math 320: Differential
Equations
Math 365: Elementary Statistics
(Sp 21, Sp 20, Sp 19, F 16, F 13)
Math 790: Linear Algebra II (F 05)
Math 791: Modern Algebra I (F 15)
Math 996: Ktheory and Projective Modules
(Sp 05)
Math 996: Quadratic Forms (F 13)
Math 996: Quillen KTheorey and Beyond (F 17)
Graduate Advising
What would it take to get a PhD with Satya?
Here is an overview.
Teaching Philosophy and Techniques
Enjoy teaching at graduate and undergraduate level. At undergraduate
level, teaching techniques rely greatly on use of online resources.
Teaching philosophy has an emphasis on making instructional material
available online. Mission is to use the media to bring college education
to the mass.
Academic Interest
I do Algebra without Apology!
My concentration is in the general area of Affine Algebra (nonlocal)
(or affine algebraic geometry).
In particular, I specialize in
projective modules,
complete intersections, and more recently in Ktheory, GWTheory.
Information Technology
Greatly infatuated and interested in Information Technology and its
application in classrooms.
Algebra Group
Here in University of Kansas, algebra and algebraic
geometry is represented by
a very large and active GROUP.
