Vaughn Climenhaga

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Houston


Sublevel sets on the vertical torus

This semester (Spring 2017) I am teaching an invitation-only section of Math 1432, the second semester of an introductory calculus course aimed at math, physics, and computer science majors.  I am also teaching a graduate-level course in dynamical systems.  Follow the links below for the course website.

Courses I taught in previous terms are listed below.

  • Fall 2016 - Math 1431 - Calculus I
  • Spring 2016 - Math 6321 - Functions of a real variable
  • Fall 2015 - Math 3338 - Probability
  • Fall 2015 - Math 6320 - Functions of a real variable
  • Spring 2015 - Math 7350 - Geometry of Manifolds
  • Fall 2014 - Math 6342 - Topology
  • Spring 2014 - Math 7350 - Geometry of Manifolds
  • Fall 2013 - Math 4377/6308 - Advanced Linear Algebra I
  • Spring 2013 - Math 4377/6308 - Advanced Linear Algebra I (link to course notes at right)
  • Fall 2012 - Math 6324 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Spring 2012 - Math 224 (University of Toronto) - Linear Algebra 2
  • Fall 2010 - Math 112 (University of Maryland) - Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Spring 2009 - Math 230 (Pennsylvania State University) - Calculus and Vector Analysis
  • Summer 2006 - Math 35 (PSU) - Survey of Mathematical Thought
  • Spring 2006 - Math 26 (PSU) - Plane Trigonometry

Slicing open a Klein bottle to get
                        a Moebius strip

Course notes for Math 4377, Advanced Linear Algebra I

Houston Summer School in Dynamical Systems homepage (current year's event, May 17-25, 2017)

Pages for previous summer schools: