Neil Donaldson


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Lecturer

Office 472 Rowland Hall
Office hours TuTh 9:30-11:30 on Zoom: 914 0383 6604

Email ndonalds@math.uci.edu

Mail Department of Mathematics
Mail Rowland Hall
Mail University of California, Irvine
Mail CA 92697

Short Bio

I grew up in St. Andrews, Scotland, attending Madras College. In 2006 I moved to California and eventually became a US Citizen. After finishing my postdoc in 2009, I dabbled with becoming an actuary before returning to my main pleasure, teaching. I live in Long Beach with my family.

Education and Employment

2012--present: Full-time/Continuing Lecturer at UCI
2011--14: Adjunct Faculty at Chapman University
2010--11: Part-time/Summer-Session Lecturer at UCI
2010: Adjunct Faculty at the Southern California Institute of Technology
2006--09: Visiting Assistant Professor at UCI, working with Chuu-Lian Terng on integrable systems
2002--06: Ph.D. in Mathematics (Differential Geometry) from the University of Bath supervised by Fran Burstall
1998--2002: B.Sc.(Hons) in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh

Teaching Websites

Fall 2021
Math 121A Linear Algebra I
Math 140B Analysis II

Lingering websites in their most recent incarnation
Math 2A Differential Calculus (Fall '15)
Math 2B Integral Calculus (Winter '17)
Math 2D Multivariable Calculus (Winter '15)
Math 2E Vector Calculus (Summer '15)
Math 2J Linear Algebra and Infinite Series (Fall '10 --- course defunct)
Math 3A Linear Algebra (Fall '16)
Math 3D Differential Equations (Winter '21)
Math 4 Mathematics for Economists (Summer '11 --- course defunct)
Math 13 Intro to Abstract Mathematics (Winter '21)
Math 120A Group Theory (Fall '18)
Math 120B Rings and Fields (Fall '18)
Math 121B Linear Algebra II (Winter '21)
Math 130B Probability and Stochastics II (Winter '16)
Math 140A Analysis I (Fall '19)
Math 147 Complex Analysis (Fall '20)
Math 161 Modern Geometry (Spring '21)
Math 162A Differential Geometry I (Winter '18)
Math 162B Differential Geometry II (Winter '09)
Math 180A Number Theory I (Winter '18)
Math 180B Number Theory II (Spring '21)
Math 184 History of Mathematics (Spring '20)
Anyone is welcome to use any resources on these sites for any purpose except financial gain!

Papers