My teaching (in French)

During my last two years as a Ph.D. student I have taught 64 hours per year of the MAT11A classes (both teaching and exercises), the main subject of which is calculus, but including some elementary linear algebra. In my year as an ATER I have taught a total of 96 hours, split between the same MAT11A and MAT237 (exercises and computer exercitations). The subject of the latter was parametrized curves, surfaces and differential forms on them; computer exercises involved plotting curves and surfaces, finding singular points and other remarkable properties, via symbolic computations of derivatives and integrals.

Feel free to click on the left side bar to explore the material produced for the classes!