# Dean Matthew Menezes

## Teaching

Mathematics 61: Discrete Mathematics

Professor Nick Ramsey (11 AM to 12 PM Pacific Time)

Discussion: 11 AM to 12 PM Pacific Time Tuesday and Thursday. Link:
On Zoom: 916 5304 5833

Office Hours: On Zoom: 916 5304 5833 Time: TBD

## Previous Teaching

- Linear Algebra:
- Math 115A [Fall 2020, Prof. Hazel]
- Math 115A Spring 2019 Prof. Wink, Prof. Balmer
- Math 115A Spring 2018
- Math 33A , Math 33AH [Prof. Ronchetti]

- Discrete Math: Math 61
- Winter 2017 Prof. Eberhardt
- Winter 2021 Prof. James Cameron

- Calculus for Life Sciences: Math 3C [Spring 2020, Prof. Roper]
- C++ Programming (PIC 10A, 10B)
- Fall 2017: Prof Ji
- Fall 2018
- Winter 2019

I passed my qualifying exams in Logic, Algebra, and Analysis so I have
a key to the Logic Room.
I have also passed the French Language Exam and the Basic Qual.
## Talks given

- T-Convexity and Tame Extensions
- Dense pairs of o-minimal theories (based on "Dense pairs of
o-minimal structures" by Lou van den Dries)
- Irrationality of Zeta(3)
- Chebychev's Theorem
- Dirichlet's Theorem on Prime Numbers in Arithmetic Progressions
- Basic Algebraic Geometry
- Elliptic Curves
- Fermat's Last Theorem
- Ratner's Theorem
- Infinite Chess
- The Combinatorial Cost (Descriptive Set Theory)

## Workshops

- Logic Colloquium (Prague 2019)
- International Congress of Logic Methodology and Phliosophy of
Science (Prague 2019)
- Vienna Set Theory Workshop and European Set Theory Conference
- Goedel and Time (Vienna 2019)
- Budapest Semesters in Math Reunion
- Laszlo Lovasz 70th Birthday Conference (Budapest)
- Introduction to Graph Limits (Budapest)
- Connecticut Summer School in Number Theory
- Second Chicago Summer School in Geometry and Topology
- Singapore Summer School in Logic (National University of Singapore)
- TeXTaG (Texas Geometry and Topology Conference)
- Joint Mathematical Meetings
- UCLA Logic Seminar, Logic Colloquium, Model Theory Seminar
- UCLA Analysis Seminar
- Southern California Discrete Math Symposium

## Undergraduate Research

I did two REUs, on informally with two other students at UT Austin
with Prof Tye Lidman and another at Louisiana State University

## Language Competency

Natural Languages: English (native), Latin, Ancient Greek. I know
some French, German, Spanish, and Magyar (Hungarian)

Programming Languages: C, C++, Python, R, Java, Basic, Lisp, Scheme,
Haskell, JavaScript, Go, SQL, C#, Node, Ruby

## Other Technologies

Linux, Bash, LaTeX, HTML, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

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