# Stanford University

Instructor, *Stanford University*, 2022

I was the instructor for the 2022 math camp for incoming economics PhD students (and other interested students) at Stanford University. This involved twenty two-hour sessions, with material including logic and sets, linear algebra, real analysis, introductory measure theory, convex analysis, static optimization, ordinary differential equations and optimal control theory.

Notes are available here.

In Summer 2021, I was the instructor for the mathematics and economics boot camp for incoming masters students in public policy. This involved ten four hour sessions, covering undergraduate-level calculus and an introduction to microeconomic analysis and game theory (at approximately the level of Intermediate Microeconomics by Varian).