TEACHING

TEACHING ACTIVITY DURING MY PHD (At UPC-BarcelonaTECH)

  • Integral Calculus (Fall 2020, problem sessions, 30 hours). 2nd course, Bachelor in Mathematics.

  • Real Analysis (Spring 2020, problem sessions, 30 hours). 2nd course, Bachelor in Mathematics.

  • Differential Calculus (Spring 2020, problem sessions, 30 hours). 1st course, Bachelor in Mathematics.

  • Complex Analysis (Spring 2019, problem sessions, 30 hours). 2nd course, Bachelor in Mathematics.

Between January 2017 and December 2018, I was the responsible of the Problem Workshop from the Faculty of Mathematics, addressed to answer doubts and questions from 1st year students (similar to TA in the anglosaxon system).

I have supervised 3 bachelor thesis.

-> Marta Altarriba (primavera 2019): La conjectura de Sato-Tate (On the Sato--Tate conjecture).

-> Andreu Tomas (primavera 2019): Mock modular forms.

-> Carles Checa (primavera 2018): Una aproximació a la teoria de cossos de classe (An approximation to class field theory).

I sometimes collaborate with the training for the Mathematical Olympiad. In the past I wrote some training materials, that you can find here (mainly in Spanish). Pending to update.

Sesiones IMO.

Sesiones primavera 2017.

Here you have some miscellaneous materials of other courses I have taught in the past:

  • Alguns problemes resolts de Càlcul Integral. Aquí.

  • Alguns problemes resolts d'Anàlisi Real. Aquí.

  • Alguns problemes resolts de Càlcul Diferencial. Aquí.

  • Classe d'aplicacions del càlcul de primitives (C1V; FME, 3/12). Aquí. Classes de càlcul de primitive (C1V; FME, 23/11 i 30/11). Solucions primitives. Aquí.

  • Class from Maths Foundations: Introduction to arithmetics. Here.

  • In April 2017 I taught the course Basics of statistics at Harbour Space (Barcelona). It was a 60 hours course who tried to give mathematical tools from probability and statistics to economists and businessmen.​ Here you can find the syllabus, some short notes (summaries), the list of problems and assignments (with solutions) as well as the exams and quizzes.

  • I once wrote (in Spanish) some detailed notes about the proof of the inverse function theorem that I explained to students of the first year. Here.

  • I am interested in politics and the analysis of different electoral systems. Here some comments about the last Spanish elections (in Spanish).

Call

T: 663.74.48.67

Contact

riverosalgado(at)gmail(dot)com

oscar(dot)rivero(at)upc(dot)edu

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