# Jiajun Tong's Past Teaching

## Spring 2017

I was the recitation leader of MATH-UA.0252.005 Numerical Analysis (access to Piazza is needed) in Spring 2017.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Angelika Manhart.

Recitations: Fridays 12:30pm-01:45pm, WWH 512.
Office hours: 1) Tuesdays 3:30pm-4:45pm, WWH 605; 2) right after the recitations; or 3) by appointment.

I was also the grader of MATH-GA.1002.001 Multivariable Analysis in Spring 2017.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Yu Chen.

## Fall 2016

I was the recitation leader of MATH-UA.0262.003 Ordinary Differential Equations (access to Piazza is needed) in Fall 2016.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Nicholas Knight.

Recitations: Fridays 3:30pm-4:45pm, WWH 201.
Office hours: 1) Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:00pm, WWH 605; 2) right after the recitations; or 3) by appointment.

This PDF (updated on October 29, 2016) is a summary of the recitations.

I was also the grader of MATH-GA.2451.001 Complex Variables (One-Term) in Fall 2016.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Antoine Cerfon.

## Spring 2016

I was the recitation leader and grader of MATH-UA.0263.001 Partial Differential Equations in Spring 2016.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Aleksandar Donev.

Recitations: Fridays 11:00am-12:15pm, WWH 312.
Office hours: Wednesdays 4:30pm-6:30pm, WWH 524.

For general information of the course, see the course page.
This PDF (updated on May 6, 2016) is a summary of the recitations.

Here is a note for the recitation on April 15, 2016, which demonstrates in great details how to solve equations on bounded domains with inhomogeneous boundary condition/source term/non-zero initial conditions.
Here is a note for an unfinished problem in the recitation on February 19, 2016, which is about classification of second order PDE and solving hyperbolic PDE with generic coefficients.

Find the solution of the midterm together with remarks on common mistakes here.

## Fall 2014

I was the grader of MATH-GA.1410.001 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis I in Fall 2014.
The instructor of this course is Prof. Robert Haslhofer.

Updated in May, 2017