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Current mailing address: Department of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College, 301 Platt Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711
University of Washington,
Ph.D. in Applied
Mathematics, June 2000
Field of Specialty: Perturbation theory (Multiple-scale analysis)
Other interests: Numerical analysis, Ordinary and Partial differential equations
- Washington NASA Space Foundation Grant recipient, 1996-97
- Huckabay Teaching Fellow, 1998-1999
- VIGRE graduate fellowship, 1999-2000
Claremont Graduate School, Claremont,
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Jan-June 1996
Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California
B.S. in Mathematics, completed requirements for B.A. in Music,
Sept 1992-June 1996
Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Visiting assistant professor, 2000-2001.
California Institute of Technology, Applied and
Computational Mathematics, Pasadena, California, von Karman Instructor, 2001-2003.
Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Assistant professor, 2003-2009.
Helen Bernstein High School, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, California, High school teacher, 2009-2010 (while on sabbatical from HMC). Here's a talk I gave on my experience.
Harvey Mudd College, Department of Mathematics, Claremont, California, Associate professor, 2009-current. Associate dean for diversity, 2011-current.
Harvey Mudd College, Claremont,
California (2000-2002, 2003-current)
- Linear Algebra I (Math 12)
- Ordinary Differential Equations I (Math 13)
- Multivariable Calculus I (Math 14)
- Linear Algebra and Calculus (Math 25)
- Multivariable Calculus II (Math 61)
- Ordinary Differential Equations II (Math 64)
- Fourier analysis and boundary-value problems (Math 115)
- Scientific Computing (Math 164)
- Numerical Analysis (Math 165)
- Seminar on mathematical communication (Math 189c)
- Applied Mathematics for Engineering (Engr 72/Math 110)
- Seminar on math and science education (IE 142/197)
California Institute of Technology (Applied and Computational Mathematics), Pasadena,
- Introductory Applied Mathematics (ACM 95bc), Winter & Spring 2003.
- Methods of Applied
Mathematics (ACM 101abc), Fall 2001; Winter & Spring 2002. (During this year I receved an ASCIT Teaching Award.)
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (1998-2000)
- Applied Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis (Amath 352), Spring 1998; Summer 1998-99.
- Communication in the Mathematical Sciences (Amath 500D), new course developed as a Huckabay Teaching Fellow.
- Introduction to Methods in Applied Mathematics III (Amath 403), Spring 1999.
- Introduction to Methods in Applied Mathematics I (Amath 401), Fall 1999.
- While participating in the Northshore Outreach Program (1998-2000) I helped to assess K-6 mathematics curricula under review by the Northshore school district and co-author an NSF report on middle-school math curricula.
- DY, Adventures in Teaching: A Professor Goes to High School to Learn about Teaching Math, Notices of the AMS, 59:10 (November 2012), 1408-1415.
- M. Cagle, J. Frost, C. Latulippe, DY, "A Space-Filling, Nonregular Tetrahedron," ComMuniCator (California Mathematics Council), 35:4 (June 2011), 52-55.
- S. Uno, DY, N. Mori, Sum Rules and Universality in Electron-Modulated Acoustic Phonon Interaction in a Free-standing Semiconductor Plate, Phys Rev B, 79:23 (2009).
- DY, "Mathematics of Voting," ComMuniCator (California Mathematics Council), 31:1 (September 2008), 49-52.
- DY, M. Orrison, Imagine Math Day: Encouraging Secondary School Students and Teachers to Engage in Authentic Mathematical Discovery, FOCUS (Mathematical Association of America), 28:6 (August/September 2008), 24-27.
- DY, String, Chains and Ropes, SIAM Review, 48:4 (2006), 771-781.
- L. Reddick, W. Jacobson, A. Linse, DY, A Framework for Inclusive Teaching in STEM Disciplines, in Teaching Inclusively: Diversity and Faculty Development, edited by Matt Ouellett, New Forums Press, Stillwater, OK, 2006.
- R. LeVeque, DY, Solitary waves in layered nonlinear media, SIAM Journal on Applied Math, 63:5 (2003), 1539-1560.
- R. LeVeque, DY, Phase Plane Behavior of Solitary Waves in Nonlinear Layered Media, Proc. 10th Intl. Conf. on Hyperbolic Problems, 2002.
- K. Spaulding, DY, A. D. Kim, N. Kutz,
dynamics of mode-locking optical fiber ring lasers,
J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, 19 (2002), 1045-1054.
- DY, J. Kevorkian, Solving
boundary-value problems for systems of hyperbolic conservation laws
with rapidly varying coefficients, Studies in Applied Mathematics,
108 (2002), 259-303.
- DY, J. Kevorkian, Initial
Boundary-Value Problems for a Pair of Conservation Laws,
Studies in Applied Mathematics, 108 (2001),
- I. Spitkovsky, DY, Almost
periodic factorization of certain block triangular
matrix functions, Math. Comp., 69 (2000), 1053-1070.
- J. Egan, L. Gordon, M. Hunt, M. Pavlovskaia, T. Pham, W. Tipton, DY, "Camera-Based Document Imaging," U.S. Provisional Patent Application #61/126,779, filed on May 6, 2008.
- Member of Steering Committee for Math for America Los Angeles, August 2007-present.
- Member of Advisory Board for Professional Resources for Improving Mathematics Education in San Diego, August 2007-present.
- Staff member for the Secondary School Teacher Program at the Park City Mathematics Institute summer program, 2006-present.
- Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1239919, "Claremont Colleges Collaborative for Mathematics and Science Education: Phase II Noyce Project," with PI David Drew and Co-PI Lisa Loop; effective October 1, 2012 to Sept 30, 2017; $798,750.
- Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 1136415, "Math for America Los Angeles: Empowering Master Teachers to be Instructional and Institutional Change Agents," with PI Karen Gallagher, Co-PI Margaret Grogan; effective October 1, 2011 to Sept 30, 2017; est $3.3m award (includes cost share). Please see www.mathforamerica.org/la for more information.
- Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 0934923, "Math for America Los Angeles: Improving Student Achievement by Focusing on Teacher Quality, Preparation and Professional Development," with PI Karen Gallagher, Co-PI Margaret Grogan; effective July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2014; est. $1,500,000 award. Please see www.mathforamerica.org/la for more information.
- PI for NSF DUE Grant 0717490, "Online Resources to Improve the Teaching and Learning of Differential Equations: Encouraging the Wide-Spread Use of Modeling and Computing", Co-PI Robert Borrelli, effective September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2011, est $499,792 award. Please see www.codee.org for more information.
- Co-director for the HMC Professional Development and Outreach (PDO) Group, 2004-present.
- Co-PI for NSF DUE Grant 0532064, "The Claremont College Robert Noyce Collaborative: Recruiting Academically Distinguished and Diverse Mathematics and Science Teachers for Poor Urban Schools", effective October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2012, est $552,781 award.
- Reviewer for Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, Prentice Hall.