• At Nipissing University

    1. 2011-2012:

        MATH-6101 (Individual Graduate Reading Course): Analysis on Differential Manifold and Mathematical Physics

        PHYS-1006: General Physics I: Classical Mechanics

        MATH-2076: Probability and Statistics I

        MATH-3266: Differential Equations I

        PHYS-1007: General Physics II: Fluid Mechanics, Mechanical Wave and Thermodynamics

        MATH-3286: Mathematics of Finance

    1. 2010-2011:

        MATH-6101 (Individual Graduate Reading Course): Topics in Differential Geometry and Mathematical Physics

        MATH-5056 (Graduate Course): Abstract Algebra

        MATH-3276: Probability and Statistics II

        MATH-3267: Differential Equations II

        MATH-2046: Advanced Linear Algebra I

        MATH-3156: Algebra Algebra I

    1. 2009-2010:

        MATH-6101 (Individual Graduate Reading Course): Topics in Differential Geometry and Mathematical Physics

        MATH-3286: Mathematics of Finance

        PHYS-1005: General Physics (Classical Mechanics, Mechanical Wave and Fluid Mechanics)

        MATH-3266: Differential Equations I

        MATH-2046: Advanced Linear Algebra I

        PHYS-1005: General Physics (Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics)

    1. 2008-2009:

        MATH-3146: Complex Analysis I

        MATH-3276: Probability and Statistics II

        PHYS-1005: General Physics (Classical Mechanics)

        MATH-3156: Abstract Algebra I

        MATH-2046: Advanced Linear Algebra I

        PHYS-1005: General Physics (Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics)


  • At Wilfrid Laurier University
    1. 2006 (Winter and Spring Term):

        MA255: Continuous and Discrete Transforms

        MA110: Introduction to Differential and Integral Calculus

        MA104: Calculus II


  • At National Tsing Hua University and National Taiwan University
    1. 2004-2005:

        Graduate Course for Ph.D. Students in Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics: Special Topic in Field Theory

        Lecture Series for Ph.D. Students in Mathematical Physics: Quantum Field Theory and Modern Differential Geometry (A Survey on Web)


  • At University of Helsinki
    1. 1997-1998:

        Special Topic Lecture Series for Ph.D. Students in Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics: Nonperturbative Supersymmetric Gauge Theory