The essence of my teaching philosophy consists of delivering well-organized, coherent, accessible and engaging lectures. There are several essential techniques, methods and ideas that help to reach the desired quality of teaching.
The analogy that I have in mind is as follows: when you start learning a foreign language, there are plenty of available resources such as dictionaries, grammar books, video lessons, etc. It is however a completely different experience and feeling when you interact with a native speaker of that language. This is exactly the period of time, when you start activating your passive knowledge and connecting things. When teaching a lesson, I do my best to become the "native speaker" of it for my students.
I am a finishing PhD student in mathematics at Temple University, USA. Previously I obtained a Master's degree in mathematics from University of Bonn, Germany. My Bachelor's is in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. Some of my subject qualifications are:
Calculus, Algebra, Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Nonlinear Dynamics, Probability Theory etc.
The rate may vary depending on the level of the topics to be covered. Feel free to contact me!
Ph.D., Mathematics, Temple University, USA 2015 - 2021
M.Sc. (with honors), Mathematics, University of Bonn, Germany 2012 - 2014
B.Sc. (with honors), Informatics and Applied Math, Yerevan State University, Armenia 2008 - 2012
Instructor, Temple University 2017 -
Research Assistant, Temple University 2017 - 2020
Academic Intern (graduate level), Temple University 2018 - 2020
Teaching Assistant, Temple University 2015 - 2017
Teaching Assistant, University of Bonn 2014 - 2015
1) Y. Grabovsky and N. Hovsepyan. Optimal error estimates for analytic continuation in the upper half-plane. Commun. Pure Appl. Math, 74(1):140 -- 171, 2021.
2) Y. Grabovsky and N. Hovsepyan. Explicit power laws in analytic continuation problems via reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, Inverse Problems, 36(3):035001, 2020.
3) N. Hovsepyan and J. J. L. Velázquez. Hopf Bifurcation in structural population models, Math. Methods Appl. Sci., 39(18): 5258 - 5280, 2016.
Awards and Honors:
1) College of Science and Technology Outstanding Research Assistant Award
2) Research Assistantship Award
3) Jay Novik Endowed Graduate Fellowship
4) DAAD Scholarship
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