Linear Programming , Fall 12, Fall 14.
Byrne First Year Seminar Fall 2014: Mathematics of Art.
CS 205, Introduction to Discrete Structures I, (Spring 2014).
Byrne First Year Seminar Spring 2014: Mathematics of Art.
CS Topics 442, Visualization via Polynomiography and Application in CS, Math and Art, (Fall 2013).
SAS Honors Spring 2013: Creating Art and Discovering Science Through Visualization in Polynomiography.
Byrne First Year Seminar Fall 2012: Mathematics of Art.
Graduate Seminar 672, Polynomials and Polynomiography in Computer Science and Math, (Spring 2012).
Fall 2011 -- Polynomials are Too Beautiful to be Limited to Math (The Fine Art and Science of Polynomiography)
Invited to teach Polynomiography as asummer course at, ``Governor’s Summer School of Engineering and Technology, June 27 – July 15, 2011.
Invited Lectures on Polynomiography to nearly 200 New Jersey high school students and their teachers at Northern New Jersey Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, Rutgers University. March 7, 2011.
Fall 2010 -- Polynomiography as SAS Honors Seminar -- Creating Art and Discovering Science Through Visualization in Polynomiography
Fall 2010 -- CS 521: Linear Programming -- Syllabus
Fall 2009 -- CS 521: Linear Programming -- Syllabus
Spring 2009 -- Polynomiography as Byrne Seminar -- Polynomiography: The Fine Art and Science of Visualizing Polynomials
Spring 2009 -- Polynomiography as SAS Honors Seminar -- Creating Art and Discovering Science Through Visualization in Polynomiography
CS 206: Discrete Probability
CS 221: Numerical Problems and Computer Programming
CS 323: Numerical Analysis
CS 344: Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms
CS 442: Introduction to Polynomiography: the Art and Science in Polynomial Visualization
CS 510: Numerical Analysis
CS 513: Design and Analysis of Data Structure and Algorithms-I
CS 521: Linear Programming
CS 524: Nonlinear Programming Algorithms
CS 522: Network and Combinatorial Optimization Algorithms
CS 672: Interior Methods for Linear and Quadratic Programming, Seminar
Polynomiography: Art from Science & Science from Art, University College Honors