University of Houston

Department of Mathematics

Tsorng-Whay Pan

Tsorng-Whay Pan

Professor


Office:683 PGH
Phone: (713) 743-3448 ; Fax: (713) 743-3505
Email: pan@math.uh.edu



Teaching in Fall, 2018:

Math 2433 Calculus III (MWF:12PM-1PM at SR1 117)

Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MW:4PM-5:30PM at SEC 103)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)


Teaching in Summer 2, 2018:

Math 2433: Calculus III (MoTuWeThFr 12AM-2PM at SR1 116, 06/04/2018-07/05/2018)


Teaching in Spring, 2018:

Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at SW 102)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)


Teaching in Fall, 2017:

Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MW:4PM-5:30PM at SEC 105)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)

Math 2433: Calculus III (MWF 12PM-1PM at SR 117)


Teaching in Summer 4, 2017:

Math 2433: Calculus III (MoTuWeThFr 10AM-12PM at SEC 103, 07/10/2017-08/09/2017)


Teaching in Spring, 2017:

Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at CBB 118)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)


Teaching in Fall, 2016:

Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at SEC 202)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)

Math 2433: Calculus III (MWF 12PM-1PM at SR 117)


The Courses I teach in Spring, 2016:
  1. Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at CBB 122)
    (It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)
    • Prerequisites:
      • Either Math 3331 (Differential Equations) or Math 3321 (Engineering Mathematics).
      • Ability to do computer assignments in one of FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, Mathematica, and Maple or consent of instructor.
    • Textbook : Numerical Analysis (9th edition) by RL Burden and JD Faires.

The Courses I tought in Fall, 2015:
  1. Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at CBB 122)
    • Prerequisites: (i) Either Math 3331 (Differential Equations) or Math 3321 (Engineering Mathematics). (ii) Ability to do computer assignments in one of FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, Mathematica, and Maple or consent of instructor.
    • Textbook : Numerical Analysis (9th edition) by RL Burden and JD Faires.
  2. Math 2433: Calculus III (MWF 12PM-1PM at SR 117)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432. (Students who do not have the prerequisite should drop this course).
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley.

The Courses I tought in Spring, 2015:
  1. Math 4365: Numerical Analysis (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at AH 201)
    • Prerequisites: Math 2431 (Linear Algebra), Math 3331 (Differential Equations); Ability to do computer assignments in FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, Mathematica or Maple.
    • Textbook: Numerical Analysis (8th edition) by RL Burden and JD Faires.

The Courses I teach in Fall, 2014:
  1. Math 2433: Cal III (MoWeFr:12PM-1PM at SR1 117)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432. (Students who do not have the prerequisite should drop this course).
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley.
  2. Math 4364: Numerical Analysis (MoWe:4PM-5:30PM at SEC 206)
    • Math 2431 (Linear Algebra), Math 3331 (Differential Equations). Ability to do computer assignments in FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, Mathematica or Maple.
    • Textbook : Numerical Analysis (8th edition) by RL Burden and JD Faires.
    • Reference textbook : Introduction to Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing by N. Nassif, D. K. Fayyad, Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2013.


The Courses I teach in Spring, 2014:
  1. Math 2433: Cal III (MoWeFr:12PM-1PM at F 160)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley. You have to buy an access code in order to view the textbook and etc.via the web page: CASA/CourseWare.


The Courses I teach in Fall, 2013:
  1. Math 2433: Cal III (MoWeFr:12PM-1PM at S&R 117)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley. You have to buy an access code in order to view the textbook and etc.via the web page: CASA/CourseWare.


The Courses I teach in Spring, 2013:
  1. Math 2433: Cal III (MoWeFr:12PM-1PM at SW 102)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley.



The Courses I teach in Fall, 2012:
  1. Math 2433: Cal III (MoWeFr:12PM-1PM at SEC 101)
    • Prerequisites: Math 1432
    • Textbook: Salas, Hille and Etgen, Calculus: one and several variables, 9th edition, Wiley.
  2. Math7397: Finite Element Methods (MW:1-2:30 at SEC 203)
    reference books:
    • D. Braess; Finite Elements. Theory, Fast Solvers and Applications in Solid Mechanics. 3rd Edition. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 2007
    • S.C. Brenner and L. Ridgway Scott; The Mathematical Theory of Finite Element Methods. 3rd Edition. Springer, New York, 2008


The Courses I tought in Spring, 2012:
  1. Math 6371: Numerical analysis (MW:4pm - 5:30pm at AH 205)
    • Prerequisites: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. Students should have had a course in Linear Algebra (for instance Math 4377-4378) and an introductory course in Analysis (for instance Math 4331-4332). Ability to do computer assignments in one of the following programming languages: FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, or Mathematica (or consent of instructor).
    • Textbooks:
      1. P. Ciarlet, Intro. to Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
      2. R.L. Burden and J.D. Faires, Numerical Analysis (8th edition), Brooks-Cole Publishers, 2005.
      3. J. Stoer & R. Bulirsch, Intro. to Numerical Analysis, 3rd edition, Springer-Verlag, 2002.
    • Reference books:
      1. O. Axelsson, V.A. Barker, Finite Element solution of boundary Value Problems. Theory and Computation, Academic Press, 1984.
      2. Y. Saad, Iterative Methods for Sparse Linear Systems, PWS Publishing , 1996.