Marielba Rojas -- Teaching

Teaching



Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling,
Technical University of Denmark

Fall 2008
  • 02631 - Introductory Programming with MATLAB
  • 02610 - Optimization and Data Fitting

    Spring 2008
  • 02637 - Advanced Programming with MATLAB

    Fall 2007
  • 02631 - Introductory Programming with MATLAB
  • 02610 - Optimization and Data Fitting

    Spring 2007
  • 02617 - Advanced Topics in Optimization
  • 02631 - Introductory Programming with MATLAB
  • 02637 - Advanced Programming with MATLAB

    Fall 2006
  • 02611 - Optimization and Data Fitting


    Department of Mathematics, Wake Forest University

    Fall 2005
  • MTH 111: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I.
  • MTH 326/626 CSC 352/652: Numerical Linear Algebra.

    Spring 2005
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.
  • MTH 117: Discrete Mathematics.

    Fall 2004
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.
  • MTH(CSC) 355/655: Introduction to Numerical Methods.

    Spring 2004
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.
  • MTH 121: Linear Algebra I.

    Spring 2003
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.
  • MTH 121: Linear Algebra I.

    Fall 2002
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.
  • MTH(CSC) 355/655: Introduction to Numerical Methods.

    Spring 2002
  • MTH 106: Calculus Foundations.


    Department of Informatics, University of Bergen

    Spring 1999
  • Numerical Regularization and Numerical Methods for Large-Scale Eigenvalue Problems, Seminar in Optimization.


    Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics,
    Rice University

    Fall 1997
  • Introduction to Engineering Computation (CAAM 210)

    Spring 1994
  • Introduction to Engineering Computation (CAAM 211)


    Department of Computer Science, Simón Bolívar University

    From the Fall 1987 through the Spring 1992, the following undergraduate courses: Introductory and Intermediate Programming, Logical Design, Logic, Discrete Mathematics, Computer Organization, Introduction to Numerical Analysis, and Data Processing; and the graduate course: Mathematics of Computing based on Graham, Knuth & Patashnik.