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Author: William A. Stein
William Stein Teaching

William Stein's Teaching

Blogs and Seminars

  1. Number Theory Seminar
  2. Sage Seminar
  3. Number theory blog
  4. Sage blog

Classes

  1. Math 480: Sage (Spring 2014)
  2. Math 480: Elementary Number Theory (Winter 2014) Math 581e: Computational Algebraic Number Theory (Spring 2013)
  3. Math 581e: Algebraic Number Theory (Fall 2012)
  4. SIMUW 2012
  5. Math 480: Sage
  6. Math 308: Linear Algebra
  7. Math 1062: Sage
  8. Math 480/582: Sage
  9. Math 581g: Lectures on Modular Forms and Hecke Operators
  10. Summer 2011 REU on Elliptic Curves
  11. Math 480a: Sage -- Free Open Source Mathematical Software
  12. Math 581b: Algebraic number theory graduate course
  13. Math 581d: Computer Programming for Pure Mathematicians
  14. 2010 Math 480: Computer Programming for the Working Mathematician
  15. 2010 Math 582e: Galois Cohomology
  16. 2010 Math 414: Number Theory
  17. 2009 Math 480b: Sage - Open Source Mathematical Software
  18. 2009 Math 583e: Computational Number Theory (part 2)
  19. 2009 Math 582e: Computational Number Theory (part 1)
  20. SIMUW 2008: Financial Time Series, Multifractals and Hidden Markov Models
  21. 2008 Math 480a: Sage -- Open Source Mathematical Software
  22. 2007 Math 581F: Algebraic Number Theory
  23. SIMUW 2007: The Riemann Hypothesis
      2007 Course: Elementary Number Theory2007 Course: The Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture
  24. 2006 Course: Elliptic Curve Reading Course
  25. 2006 MSRI Summer Graduate Workshop on Computing with Modular Forms
  26. 2006 SIMUW 2006: The Congruent Number Problem
  27. 2006 Math 583: Computing with Modular Forms, UW, Spring 2006.
  28. 2006 Math 20b: Calculus for Scientists and Engineers, UCSD, Winter 2006.
  29. Math 168: Explicit Approaches to Elliptic Curves and Modular Forms, UCSD, Fall 2005.
  30. Math 129: Algebraic Number Theory, Harvard, Spring 2005.
  31. Freshman Seminar 24g: Freshman Seminar on Fermat's Last Theorem, Harvard, Fall 2004.
  32. Math 257: Computing with modular forms (graduate course), Harvard, Fall 2004.
  33. Math 129: Undergraduate Algebraic Number Theory, Harvard, Spring 2004
  34. Modular Abelian Varieties (Math 252) at Harvard, Fall 2003 (student projects)
  35. Freshman Seminar on Elliptic Curves at Harvard, Spring 2003
  36. Elementary Number Theory (Math 124) at Harvard, Fall 2002
  37. Linear Algebra (Math 21b) at Harvard, Spring 2002
  38. Elementary Number Theory (Math 124) at Harvard, Fall 2001
  39. Linear Algebra (Math 21b) at Harvard, Fall 2001
  40. Many calculus and linear algebra discussion sections at Berkeley, 1995-1998.
  41. Discrete Mathematics (Math 55) at Berkeley, Summer 1998
  42. Discrete Mathematics at Northern Arizona University, Spring 1995
  43. College Algebra at Northern Arizona University, Fall 1994