# Teaching

### Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Head Teaching Assistant

Stanford University: School of Computer Science

Winter 2023; Fall 2021

Efficient algorithm design for graphs, encoding, and hashing, randomization and probabilistic algorithms, dynamic programming

### Intro to Theory of Computation

Teaching Assistant

Stanford University: School of Computer Science

Fall 2022

Turing machines, complexity classes: P vs. NP, NP-hardness \& NP-completeness, Kolmogorov complexity, streaming algorithms

### Modern Applications: Linear Algebra & Multivariable Calculus

Teaching Assistant

Stanford University: School of Mathematics

Winter 2022 - Spring 2022

Efficient linear solvers, (non-)constrained optimization, matrix algorithms, algorithms for statistical modelling and Deep Learning

### Intro to Artificial Intelligence

Head Teaching Assistant

Georgia Tech: School of Computer Science

Fall 2020 - Spring 2021

Probability fundamentals, searching algorithms, Bayesian and Markov models, inference under uncertainty, supervised learning

Designed the AI technical interview and lead the hiring process for new undergraduate and graduate TA candidates

### Object-Oriented Programming

Teaching Assistant

Georgia Tech: School of Computer Science

Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

Fundamentals of OOP and software design in Java: encapsulation, abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, unit testing

### Differential Equations

Teaching Assistant

Georgia Tech: School of Mathematics

Spring 2019

Vector calculus, first and second-order data modeling, optimization, ODE systems, nonlinear dynamics, numerical methods

### Gravitational Waves and the Future of Science - Public Lecture

Summer 2018

Conducted public lecture on gravitational wave astrophysics, the LIGO experiment, and future research perspectives in the field of Astrophysics and scientific computing

Lecture was conducted at Colégio Dante Alighieri in Sao Paulo, Brazil on August 10th, 2018.

### Intro to Astrophysics and Relativistic Physics - Elective Instructor

Summer 2017

High school elective instructed at Colegio Dante Aligheri in Sao Paulo, Brazil over the Summer of 2017

Course was meant to expose high school students to Astrophysics and introduce college-level topics in Physics and Mathematics

Topics included special and general relativity, stellar astronomy, black hole dynamics, gravitational theory, string theory, and Multiverse theory