Department of Mathematics
University of Toronto
Canada M5S 2E4
|Office:||+1 416 978-3950 (Bahen Centre for Information Technology 6290G)|
|Fax:||+1 416 978-4107|
My PGP Public Key
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You can see some of the environment that your browser sends to a webserver if you are curious about privacy.
My mathematical genealogy is also available in a shorter surnames only version. (Thanks to my friend Jeff Rosenthal for his genealogy and for encouraging me to develop mine.)
Welcome. Currently I manage the computers for the Department of Mathematics on (mainly) the sixth floor of the Bahen Centre for Information Technology and I teach a class each fall and winter semester.
I will likely be teaching two sections of MAT 136H1S (Calculus I (B)) (this link should be ready on January 5, 2017) this spring.
For questions about undergraduate admissions and information or for course equivalents for this course please start at the Mathematics Undergraduate Information site.
If you wish to send me email you should avoid sending attachments and also be sure to send your email from a reputable SMTP server. The volume of spam that is transmitted these days has required that I implement aggresive filtering. If the email concerns a class that I teach then the course number (for example, MAT135 or MAT136) should appear in the Subject line of the message. Course administrative questions are normally dealt with as described in class (and for MAT135 and MAT136, as described on the course website (this link should be ready on January 5, 2017)), and problem solutions are not normally provided by email since interaction is important to the learning process.