# Alexander Mundey

## Teaching

### Lecturing

#### Associate Research Fellow at the University of Wollongong (Dec 2020 - Ongoing)

- MATH322 - Algebra (2024)
- MATH203 - Linear Algebra and Groups (2024)
- MATH222 - Real Analysis (2023, 2022, 2021)
- MATH201 - Multivariate and Vector Calculus (2023)
- MATH205 - Numerical Methods (2022)

#### Associate Lecturer at the University of Wollongong (Feb 2020 - Dec 2020)

- MATH205 - Numerical Methods (2020, coordinated and redeveloped subject)
- MATH201 - Multivariate and Vector Calculus (2020, coordinated subject)
- MATH141 - Fundamentals of Engineering Mathematics (2020)

### Tutoring

#### Tutor at the Univesity of Wollongong (2013 - 2019)

- MATH321 - Numerical Analysis (2019)
- MATH205 - Numerical Methods (2019)
- MATH201 - Multivariate and Vector Calculus (2019, 2017, 2016)
- MATH203 - Linear Algebra (2018)
- MATH202 - Differenital Equations 2 (2017)
- MATH179 - Introductory Business Mathematics (2016)
- MATH121 - Discrete Mathematics (2015, 2014, 2013)
- MATH283 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics and Statistics (2015, 2013)
- MATH151 - General Mathematics (2014)

### Supervision Experience

#### PhD Supervision

- Angus Alexander - “Levinson’s Theorem and Mathematical Scattering Theory”

I was co-supervisor. Principal supervisor: Adam Rennie (2020-2024) - Thomas Pedersen - “Equilibrium states of C∗-algebras associated to graphs of groups"

I was co-supervisor. Principal supervisor: Adam Rennie (2020-2022)

#### Undergraduate Supervision

I have supervised multiple undergraduate projects, topics have included: geometric group theory, algebraic topology, Chern-Weil Theory, Cuntz-Pimsner algebras, and foundations of quantum mechanics.

### Additional Experience

- In 2023 and 2021 I organised a Winter school program advanced undergraduate students at the University of Wollongong aiming to teach them metric spaces with applications to fractal geometry.
- In 2018 I assisted in developing course materials for a new undergraduate course, "MATH100 - Introduction to Mathematics" at the University of Wollongong.
- In 2018 I scripted, filmed, and edited a series of videos designed to help both advanced undergraduate students and graduate students learn differential geometry. This was funded by the University of Wollongong.
- In 2017 assisted in coaching the University of Wollongong team in the Simon Marais Mathematics Competition. I ran problem solving sessions and supervised the exam.