Office hours and other information is pending - if you have any questions, email me at `awanders at sas.upenn.edu`.

- Math 1400, Calculus I
- Math 4100, Complex Analysis

I was a teaching assistant for the following math classes at UCLA:

- 114L: Mathematical Logic
- 180: Graph Theory
- 170: Probability
- 106: History of Math
- 33A: Linear Algebra
- 61: Discrete Math

In 2019, I assisted at the Curtis Center.

At Caltech, I was a teaching assistant for Ma6a: Discrete Math.

Most Sundays during my time at UCLA, I taught high school students at the Olga Radko Math Circle, which I also attended in middle and high school. Here are some of the lessons I wrote:

- Electrical circuits and random walks [pdf 1][pdf 2]
- The Cantor Set [pdf 1][pdf 2]
- Triangulated polygons and frieze patterns [pdf 1][pdf 2]
- Generating Functions [pdf]
- Graph Theory, Sperner's Lemma, Brouwer's Fixed Point Theorem [pdf 1][pdf 2]
- Game Theory [pdf]
- Cryptography [pdf]
- Dynamical Systems (mostly on the Logistic map and the Mandelbrot set) [pdf]

Email me at `awanders at sas.upenn.edu` for solutions.

In the summers of 2021 and 2022, I taught at Canada/USA Mathcamp, which I also attended in high school. Here are problems and notes for some of the classes I taught:

- Incidence Combinatorics [problems]
- Model Theory[notes]
- Surreal Numbers[problems][impartial games][partizan games]
- Sperner's Lemma and Brouwer's Fixed Point Theorem[problems]
- Theorem Proving in Lean (cowritten with Apurva Nakade and Jalex Stark)[link]

Email me at `awanders at sas.upenn.edu` for solutions.