Professor Qin (Tim) Sheng
 
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Spring 2014 Classroom Notes and Course Information (tentative):
MTH 6V99:  Ph.D Dissertations.

MTH 5361:  Applied Mathematics II.

MTH 3326:  Partial Differential Equations.

Fall 2013 Classroom Notes and Course Information:
MTH 6V99:  Ph.D Dissertation.

MTH 6V24:  Adv Topics in Applied Mathematics.

MTH 3326:  Partial Differential Equations.

MTH 1322:  Calculus II.

Previous Classroom Notes:
MTH 1304:  Pre-Calculus Mathematics.

MTH 1309:  Calculus for Business Students.

MTH 1321/2012:  Calculus I.

MTH 1322/2006:  Calculus II.

MTH 1322/2008:  Calculus II.

MTH 1322/2012:  Calculus II.

MTH 2321:  Calculus III.

MTH 3325/2010:  Ordinary Differential Equations.

MTH 3326/2012:  Partial Differential Equations.

MTH 4322/2010:  Numerical Analysis.

MTH/CSI 4328:  Numerical Linear Algebra.

MTH 4v90:  Special Topics In Mathematics.

MTH 5361/2013:  Applied Mathematics II.

MTH 5V92:  Special Topics In Analysis.

MTH 6325:  Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations.

MTH 6v24-a:  Numerical Partial Differential Equations.

MTH 6V24-b:  Computational Finance.

MTH 6v28/2007:  Advanced Topics In Numerical Analysis: Computational Finance.

MTH 6V28/2011:  Advanced Topics In Numerical Analysis: Computational Finance.

Undergraduate Projects and Postgraduate Researches:
Undergraduate Research 1:  EXPLORATIONS OF TAYLOR SERIES AND FINITE DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATIONS.

Undergraduate Research 2:  NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS ON PRECISION QUADRATURE DESIGNS.

Undergraduate Research 3:  AN EXPLORATION OF THE FINANCIAL DERIVATIVE APPROXIMATION.

Undergraduate Research 4:  A CONTINUATION OF THE APPROXIMATION OF BLACK-SCHOLE EQUATION.

Ph.D Study 1:  adaptive and splitting finite difference methods for singular differential equations.

Ph.D Study 2:  highly effective and efficient numerical methods for highly oscillatory beam problems.

Postdoctoral Study 1:  advanced adaptive splitting schemes for singular reaction-diffusion problems.

Postdoctoral Study 2:  parallel Monte-Carlo methods in dynamic black hole formation simulations.

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