Harbin Institute of Technology and
MSRA Joint Summer School on
I taught a course on supervised and semi-supervised learning with linear models at the 2008 HIT/MSRA joint summer school on NLP.
Numerical Linear Algebra
In 2004, I was a teaching assistant for Math/CS 313, Numerical Linear Algebra. The course covers topics such as solutions of linear systems, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Fourier tranforms, and linear differential equations. The professor was C.J. Taylor, and I assisted him in designing homeworks based around computer vision, information retrieval, and data mining. The spring 2009 course homepage is here.
Introduction to Cognitive Science
In 2003, I led recitation and ran the backend submission system for Cognitive Science 001. The professors were Lyle Ungar and Mark Lieberman. Cog Sci. 001 is intended for an especially wide range of students, from biologists to engineers to students from mathematical finance. The course covers mathematical models of the mind, basic biological concepts, learning, and memory. The fall 2006 course homepage is here.