Taylor Daniels
Mathematics Dept., Purdue University
Graduate Teaching Assistant
 Office: Math Building rm. B9
 Email: daniel84[at]purdue[dot]edu
 C.V.: Copy of CV
Teaching Schedule
 Spring 2020. All classes listed are taught in PHYS 110.
 Math 261 (Calc III), T 11:30am, Section 640
 Math 261 (Calc III), T 12:30pm, Section 648
 Math 261 (Calc III), T 1:30pm, Section 632
 Fall 2019
 MA 16010, Section 950, MWF 3:304:20, Rec 122
 MA 16010, Section 931, MWF 4:305:30, Rec 122
 Spring 2019
 MA 16010, Section 017, MWF 2:303:20, PHYS 202
 MA 16010, Section 024, MWF 3:304:20, PHYS 202
 Fall 2018
 MA 504 Grading, Recitation
 Spring 2018
 MA 16020, Section 044, MWF 9:3010:20, LILY G401
 MA 16020, Section 043, MWF 10:3011:20, LILY G401
 Fall 2017
 MA 16010 (Applied Calc. I), Section 051, MWF 11:3012:20, PHYS 202
 MA 16010 (Applied Calc. I), Section 122, MWF 12:301:20, PHYS 202
 Spring 2017
 Math 261 (Calculus III), Section 882
 Math 261 (Calculus III), Section 883
 Math 261 (Calculus III), Section 884
Obviously I taught prior to Spring 2017 but no one cares about that anymore, not even me.
Past Teaching Experience
 Graduate Teaching Assistant, 4 semesters, Purdue University, 2015Present
 STARTALK Summer Language Program, Mandarin Chinese Instructor, 2015
 Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2 semesters, University of Louisville, 20142015
 Undergrad. Teaching Assistant, 4 semesters, University of Louisville, 20122014
''Research''
 My Current areas of interest are
 Geometry (Hyperbolic Structures and Metrics)
 Mathematical Physics
 Analysis As an undergraduate I was interested in Cryptography, contributing to a paper:
 Differential Properties of the HFE Cryptosystem, T. Daniels, D. SmithTone, 2014, PDF
Math Things
 Notes for Basic Differential Forms, concerning basic definition, integration, and Haar Measures on Lie Groups. Updating still. Differential Forms
 Summary of blogpost on the quaternions and \(SU(2)\)
Some Neat Stuff and Links:
 3Blue1Brown
 The 3Blue1Brown channel has some stunning visualizations of basic math concepts, the videos are a must watch for any math enthusiast.
3Blue1Brown Channel
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