Teaching Experience

·       Full Responsibility as a lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas (Fall 2012).

o    Numerical Methods in Physics and Computational Techniques (PHYS 3330)

Mechanics (PHYS 2325)

·       Mentoring Graduate, Undergraduate and high-school students for their capstone projects.

·       Teaching Assistant, 2006-2010, Department of Physics, University at Albany, SUNY.

o   Introductory Physics Laboratory Courses (APHY 105, APHY 106, APHY 145)

o   Advanced Physics Laboratory Course (APHY 245)

o   Computational Physics (APHY 660)

o   Bayesian Data Analysis and Signal Processing (APHY 451/551, ICSI 451/551)

o   Star Systems (APHY 112)

·       Physics Tutor, Fall 2010, (CARSS), NSF-Funded Tutoring program

·       Guest Lecturer, Department of Physics, University at Albany, SUNY

o   Spring 2011: Physics 5V49-008: Special Topics in Physics

o   Spring 2010: Computational Physics, Graduate Level APHY 577.

o   Fall 2009: Star Systems, APHY 112.

o   Fall 2009: Quantum Mechanics, Graduate Level APHY 547.

o   Spring 2009: Computational Physics, Graduate Level, APHY 577.

o   Spring 2009: Electricity and magnetism, APHY 151.

·       Full-Time Faculty, Undergraduate level physics, June 2005-July 2006, Himalayan White House International College, Kathmandu, Nepal.

·       Part Time Teacher, Graduate Level, June 2005-July 2006, Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Nepal.