- I am an Associate Professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of British Columbia.

phone: |
+1-604-822-2666 |

email: |
andrewr at math dot ubc dot ca |

address: |
Department of Mathematics
The University of British Columbia 1984 Mathematics Road Vancouver, BC, V6T-1Z2 Canada |

- Random knotting - see my page of minimal embeddings of knots.
- The combinatorics of lattice animals, polyominoes and self-avoiding walks.
- Exact solutions, series expansions and simulations of such objects.
- The relationships between these objects and chemical and physical models.
- Kettle arithmetic.

**Semester 2 2013-2014:**- Mathematics 220 - Mathematical Proof
- See the webpage for section 203. Note that sections 201 and 202 will be following a different syllabus.

**Semester 1 2012-2013:**Mathematics 104 & 184 - Differential Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences**Semester 2 2011-2012:**Mathematics 220 - Mathematical Proof**Semester 1 2011-2012:**Mathematics 180 - Differential Calculus with Physical Applications**Semester 2 2010-2011:**Math 101 Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering

**Semester 1 2010-2011:**Mathematics 220 - Mathematical Proof**Semester 2 2009-2010:**Mathematics 610E - Topics in pure mathematics (analytic combinatorics)**Semester 1 2009-2010:**Mathematics 180 - Differential Calculus with Physical Applications**Semester 1 2009-2010:**Mathematics 220 - Mathematical Proof**Summer 2008-2009:**Mathematics 340: Introduction to Linear Programming**Semester 2 2008-2009:**Mathematics 220 - Mathematical Proof**Semester 2 2007-2008:**Mathematics 220: Mathematical Proof**Semester 1 2007-2008:**Mathematics 340: Introduction to Linear Programming**Semester 2 2006:**Math 101 Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering

**Semester 2 2005:**620-143 Applied Mathematics**Semester 1 2005:**620-151 Introduction to biomedical mathematics**Semester 1 2004:**620-151 Introduction to biomedical mathematics**Semester 1 2003:**620-341 Dynamical systems and chaos

At Lake Louise in the Rockies.

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