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  [알림] [경북김천블록체인AI테크센터] 알체인의 롤랭 블록체인교육, 조나탄 코크머, 조시 온도르프, 이삭등 많은 최고의 강사진이 30여명의 블록체인을 배우고싶은 전문가들을 가르친다. 경북김천 블록체인테크센터에서 10-14일 일주일간 교육 게시글을 twitter로 보내기 게시글을 facebook으로 보내기
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  알림 >[경북김천블록체인AI테크센터] 알체인의 롤랭 블록체인교육, 조나탄 코크머, 조시 온도르프, 이삭등 많은 최고의 강사진이 30여명의 블록체인을 배우고싶은 전문가들을 가르친다. 경북김천 블록체인테크센터에서 10-14일 일주일간 교육
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[경북김천블록체인테크센터] 일체인 롤랭언어교육 시작 2018. 12. 10-14, 제1차 경북블록체인아카데미 오픈, 월-금 1주일간 Rchain의 Rholang 언어교육, 2개월 완성하면 고용가능, 블록체인디벨로퍼교육 무료 실시. 경북블록체인특별위원이 된 조나단 코크머등 여러명의 강사진 방한 주문식 교육을 시킨다.

    

▲ 조시 온도르프, 롤랭언어 최고의 강사

경북김천블록체인테크센터에서 한국최초의 알체인의 롤랭언어교육을 조나단 코크머 등 롤랭교육전문가 3-4인이 일주일간 경북블록체인전문가양성을 위해 "한국어 RChain / Rholang 주"교과과정을 시작한다. 선택이 된 교육생은 월요일 10시까지 경북김천 아포읍 아포대로 659-15, 블록체인AI테크센터로 오면된다. 전화는 010-4019-9494로 하거나 02-313-6300, 문의는 unfutures@gmail.com으로 하면된다. 테크센터장인 제임스 박(010-9233-2469)이 문의에 답을 하고 교육생들의 편의를 보살필 예정이다.

교사 강사는 조나단 트렌트 알체인 아시아대표
, Joshy Orndorff, 그리고 Isaac DeFrain 4명이 가르친다. 중요한 것은 학생들의 수준에 맞춰서 첫째날 많은 질문을 하면서 학생들의 능력에 맞추어 교육을 시킬 예정이다.조시 온돌프, 이삭 드프레인선생의 이력서를 아래에서 영문으로 볼 수 있다.
교육은 무료이고, 1주일간 원룸에서 3-4인이 함께 숙식을 하며, 점심 저녁은 밖의 식당에서 먹고, 아침 정도는 자신이 부엌에서 해결할 수 있다. 노트북와 와이파이 등은 각자가 해결하며, 세면도구 샴푸 등도 각자가 준비한다.
롤랭 알체인 교육의 개요
한국 RChain / Rholang 워크샵은 2018 년 12 월 10 일부터 14 일까지 김천의 새로운 Blockchain AI TechCenter에서 개최된다. 이 워크샵은 5일 동안 하루에 5시간 이상의 수업을 제공한다. 주요 초점은 완전 스마트계약 플랫폼인 RChain의 로랭언어를 통해 통해 블록체인 개발에 중점을 둔다. 지도 및 지원은 원격 전문가가 진행하는 프레젠테이션 외에도 4명의 롤랭 알체인 전문가와 2명의 통역등이 함께 가르친다. 참가자는 징계와 함께 최소 25 시간 이상의 교육을 받으며, 2차 3차 교육에 참여할 수 있는 기반을 닦는다.
워크숍에서는 참가자들에게 분산된 합의, 프로세스 계산법, 프로그래밍 언어의 형식적 의미, 분산 응용 프로그램 (dApp) 개발 및 노드 작업과 같은 일반적인 개념을 배운다. 이 모든 주제는 RChain 플랫폼과 Rholang의 코딩을 최대한 활용하는 데 핵심적이지만 다른 많은 블록체인 플랫폼에도 활용되는 기술들이다.
학습의 3단계 :
1 단계는 수업, 토론 및 강의를 통해 공유 된 기초 지식을 구축한다. 참가자들은 게임 플레이를 통해 합의 프로토콜을 탐구하고, 개발자 도구에 익숙해지고, 기본적인 Rholang 연습을 완료하게된다.
2 단계는 전통적인 교사 - 학생 공식에서 출발하여 도전과제를 해결하기 위해 경쟁하는 참가자 팀으로 나뉘어져 교육을  받는다. 이 경쟁 단계에서 학습자는 가장 많은 관심을 갖는 도전을 선택하고 자신의 호기심에 따라 그룹을 바꿀 수 있다. 수업은 하루종일 진행되는 선택적 소규모 세션의 형태로 진행된다. 즉 고급, 중급, 초급 이런식으로 방을 나눈다.
3 단계는 참가자들이 1 단계와 2 단계에서 학습, 개발한 지식과 기술을 적용 할 최종 프로젝트를 설계하고 제작한다. 그룹이나 팀을 구성하고, 최종 프로젝트 아이디어를 제안하며, 범위와 기술 설계에 대한 각자의 제안을 서로 평가한다. 강사와 참가자 모두가 주도하는 브레이크 아웃 세션과 프로젝트 상태 프레젠테이션을 통해 학습이 계속된다.
RChain Coop가 재정지원하는 교육 대상자
50 명의 지원자 중에서 약 20-25 명의 참석자가 선정되었다. 기술교육 참가자는 Mac OS, Linux 또는 Windows 10의 최신 버전이있는 개인용 컴퓨터가 있어야한다. 기술 참가자는 프로그래밍 및 소프트웨어 엔지니어링에 익숙해야한다. Rholang 및 스마트계약에 대한 사전 경험은 필요하지 않다. 불리언 논리에 대해 어느 정도 익숙해야하며 람다 미적분에 대한 노출은 필요하지는 않지만 도움이 된다.
학습 결과
워크샵이 끝나면 기술교육 참가자는 다음과 같은 것을 배우게 된다.
• 모바일 프로세스 계산의 기초와 RChain의 Rholang 프로그래밍 언어로 표현되는 방식을 이해한다. Rholang은 현재 RChain 스마트 계약에 사용되지만 빠르게 범용 프로그래밍 언어가되고 있다.
• Rholang과 같은 모바일 프로세스 미적분 기반 프로그래밍 언어의 고유한 잠점과 과제를 이해한다. 
• Rholang에서 기본적인 알고리즘과 중급의 알고리즘 및 계약을 코딩 할 수있는 능력을 갖추게 된다. 
• RChain 플랫폼에서 완벽한 작업 분산 응용 프로그램을 구축할 수 있게된다.
• 알체인의 근본적인 구조와 RChain 네트워크의 출시를 이해하게된다.
• RChain (R / Rholang)이 Ethereum 과 근본적으로 다른 점과 왜 차이가 나는지 이해하게된다.
참석자 피드백을 위한 질문지
우리는 학습자들로부터 피드백을 요청하고 세션을 통해 사전에 그리고 정기적으로 접수된 피드백을 바탕으로 워크숍의 난이도를 조정한다.
사전 워크샵 설문지
• 어떤 운영 체제를 사용합니까? (최소 OSX, Debian 9 또는 Ubuntu 18.xx, Windows 10 같은 Linux)
• 다음 각 분야에서 얼마나 많은 배경을 가지고 있습니까?
◦ 기능적 프로그래밍
◦ 강제 프로그래밍
◦ 일반 논리
◦ 영어
◦ 블록체인
◦Git / github (github 링크가 있습니까?)
•이 워크샵에서 무엇을 배우고 싶습니까?
• 다음 중 귀하를 가장 잘 묘사하는 용어는 무엇입니까? (학생, 교수, 전문 프로그래머, 관심있는 사람, 공무원, 기타)
일일 설문지
워크샵이 진행됨에 따라 다음과 같은 일일 기준 조사에 대한 정확한 질문이 변경됩니다.
• 오늘 만난 예기치 못한 개념 중 어떤 것이 었으며 어떻게 생각 했습니까?
• 오늘날 당신은 무엇을 배우고 정말로 즐거웠 는가?
• 어떤 개념들이 좀 더 명확하게 설명 될 수 있는가?
• 의사 소통 능력이 얼마나 좋았습니까? (영어 / 한국어 / 번역)
• 오늘의 세션은 어떻게 개선 될 수 있는가?
상세한 내용은 영어로 아래에 제공되며 커리큘럼 개요, 강사의 이력서 등을 볼 수 있다.

Curriculum for “Korean RChain / Rholang Week”




Overview

The Korean RChain / Rholang workshop will be held at the new Blockchain / AI Tech Center in Gimcheon, Korea, from December 10 - 14, 2018. The workshop features five hours of instruction per day over the course of five days. The main focus will be centered on blockchain development through the lens of RChain, a fully-concurrent smart contract platform. Instruction and support are provided by four in-person leaders and two English-Korean translators, in addition to presentations by remote experts. Participants can expect to receive at least 25 contact hours with the discipline.

This workshop introduces participants to general concepts such as decentralized consensus, process calculi, formal semantics of programming languages, decentralized application (dApp) development, and node operation. All of these topics are key to taking full advantage of the RChain platform and coding in Rholang but are also relevant to working with many other blockchain platforms.

There will be three phases of learning:

Phase 1 builds a shared foundational knowledge through lessons, discussions, and lectures. Participants will explore consensus protocols through gameplay, become familiar with developer tools, and complete basic Rholang exercises.

Phase 2 departs from the traditional teacher-student formula and moves toward teams of participants competing to solve challenge problems. During this competition phase, learners are able to choose which challenges interest them most and follow their own curiosity. Instruction continues in the form of optional breakout sessions that will be run throughout the day.

Phase 3 will be spent designing and building final projects in which participants will apply the knowledge and skills developed during phases I and II. They will form teams, propose final project ideas, and peer-review each others' proposals for scope and technical design. Learning will continue to happen through breakout sessions led by both instructors and participants as well as project status presentations.

Link to proposal for funding from RChain Coop

Target Audience

Approximately 20-25 attendees were selected from 50 applicants. Technical participants should have a personal computer with an up-to-date version of mac OS, Linux, or Windows 10. Technical participants are expected to be familiar with programming and software engineering. Prior experience with Rholang and smart contracts is not required. Some familiarity with Boolean logic is required and exposure to lambda calculus would be helpful although not necessary.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop, we expect that technical participants will:

  • Understand the fundamentals of mobile process calculi and how they are expressed in RChain’s Rholang programming language. Rholang is currently used for RChain smart contracts but is quickly becoming a general purpose programming language.

  • Understand the unique advantages and challenges of a mobile process calculus-based programming language such as Rholang, e.g. nondeterminism.

  • Possess the ability to code basic and moderately complex algorithms and contracts in Rholang.

  • Possess the ability to build a complete working distributed application on the RChain platform.

  • Understand the launch of the RChain network as well as the purpose of the genesis ceremony.

  • Understand how RChain (w/ Rholang) is fundamentally different than Ethereum (w/ Solidity) and why it makes a difference.

Attendee Feedback

We will be soliciting feedback from learners and tailoring the workshop based on feedback received both in advance and regularly throughout the sessions.

Pre-Workshop Questionnaire

  • What operating system do you use? (Minimum OSX , Linux like Debian 9 or Ubuntu 18.xx, Windows 10)

  • How much background do you have in each of the following areas?

    • Functional programming

    • Imperative programming

    • Formal Logic

    • English

    • Blockchain

    • Git / github (do you have a github link?)

  • What would you like to learn during this workshop?

  • Which of the following terms best describes you? (Student, Professor, Professional Programmer, Enthusiast, Government Official, Other)

Daily Questionnaire

As the workshop progresses the exact questions on the following daily baseline survey will change.

  • What were some of the most unexpected concepts you encountered today and how did you feel about them?

  • What did you really enjoy learning today?

  • What concepts could use some more clarification?

  • How well did you feel you could communicate? (English / Korean / Translation)

  • How could today’s sessions be improved?

Curriculum Overview



Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

10:00


10:30


11:00


11:30

Opening Ceremony / Intros

Play Bitstory

Bitcoin Whitepaper


Rholang Intro

Hello World

Intro K-framework

Casper Binary Consensus

Rho calculus

Recap first part of competition


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Breakout sessions throughout

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Pitch Project Ideas

Learn about project Ideas

Rate projects of interest

Teams Finalized






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Breakout session throughout

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Lunch






1:00


1:30


2:00

2:30


3:00


3:30


4:00


4:30

Proof of Work versus Proof of Stake


RNode Operation

Genesis Ceremony

Rholang w/ RNode

Rholang Lesson


Rholang exercises


Lambda calculus

Pi calculus

Nth Caller dApp

Daily Survey

Intro to competition







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Breakout sessions throughout

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Daily Survey







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Breakout sessions throughout

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Tally Scores

Last call for Phase III Topics

Daily Survey

Final project kickoff



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Breakout sessions throughout

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Team Progress Presentations


Daily Survey









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Breakout

sessions throughout

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Closing Ceremony

Detailed Content Outline

Phase 1

The first 1.5 days are a highly structured agenda similar to a class or conference. There is still time for hands on practice, especially Monday afternoon.Topics to be covered are:

Introduction / Bitstory


  • Very brief hello, welcome, etc (10 min max)

  • Bitstory (15-30 min)

    • Isaac and I demo, show photo of previous

    • TODO HJ: Get some good video of the game for future documentation purposes

  • More formal Introduction

    • Isaac / Joshy background

    • Brief history of RChain

    • This place is a construction zone, so you’ll have to wear your hard hat

    • We’re all gonna learn a lot together

    • We’re introducing you to a community

  • Summary of Three phases

  • Review Survey results together


Rholang Hello World

  • Go to rchain.cloud


  • Differences between Proof of Work and Proof of Stake

  • Casper Binary Consensus

  • First several lessons of Rholang tutorial

  • Using Rchain.cloud / Cryptofex

  • Pi calculus and RHO calculus

  • Pi calculus in the K-framework

  • How to install and run RNode

  • Participate in a blockchain genesis ceremony

  • Bonding (if it works)

  • Running Rholang by REPL, eval, and deploy

  • Basic principles of dApp development / Nth caller

  • Object capabilities

Phase 2

The next 1.5 days are less structured and will revolve around teams working together on solving challenges and earning points. Points will be tallied at the end of the phase. Simultaneous, optional breakout sessions will be utilized for participants who need extra help with a specific topic. Topics will be suggested by participants and organizers and sessions will be led by organizers.

Near the end of this phase, students will begin to suggest final build projects for phase 3.

Planned optional breakout sessions

  • Rholang fundamentals revisited

  • RChain’s CBC Casper Consensus Protocol

  • Casper the Friendly GHOST

  • Formal semantics of Rholang

  • Current state of RChain Platform Development

  • The “Alice pays Bob 10 RChain Revs” demo (RChain purses)

  • Byzantine fault tolerance

  • English/Korean technical vocabulary exchange

  • Advanced topics in Rholang

  • Cryptography (highlights from Boneh’s course)

  • Casper the Friendly Finality Gadget

  • Type systems, pattern matching, and programming languages (cool highlights from Grossman’s course)

Point Ideas

  • Any advent of code problem in Rholang

  • Add Casper friendly binary consensus game to bitstory consensus games

  • Various contracts for librho

    • splitString

    • intToString

    • Gcd

    • Numerical recipes stuff

    • (extended) Euclidean algorithm

  • Add single-argument version of string.slice to Scala code

  • Add head-tail pattern matching to the Scala code

  • Casper friendly finality gadget

  • Get status dApp running

  • Remove nonce field from Status dApp frontend

  • Find a specific preimage or prove that it’s computationally infeasible

  • Translate important RChain or blockchain documents? Rholang tutorial lessons?

  • Fix bug in nth-caller where subsequent callers are told they won

Phase 3

Collaborative learning in teams using basic Rholang. This phase is focused entirely on building collaborative projects. Participants will be in teams of 3 or 4. Topics will be primarily suggested by the participants at the end of phase 2. Topics may also be suggested by the organizers.

Breakout sessions will continue to happen during this phase, but no topics will be pre-arranged, all are suggestions will happen in real time. Breakout sessions may be led by organizers or participants (Korean sessions welcome).

Greg Meredith could give closing speech. Topic ideas: Praise participants, let them know we’re looking for contributors and are happy to have them, don’t make it seem like they’re waiting on us to deliver. Make it clear that we’re all in it together to deliver. Greg may also give breakout sessions.

Phase 3 Project ideas

  • The Rholang contract bounties Kelly Foster (RChain’s Development Program Manager) posted in JIRA can offer attendees a way to apply what they have learned to earn funds and contribute to RChain development in class or later

  • A Proof of Concept  interpreter to create a minimal Rhocal/Rholang-like language

  • A minimal RChain-like project that runs on substrate

  • Complete tutorial of issuing a token/ICO on RChain. Like this erc20 one https://ethereum.org/token

  • Many others to be added!




External Resources

Translation priority:

0. rholang cheatsheet

1. https://www.rchain.coop/blog/computational-calculi-primer/

2. https://www.rchain.coop/blog/calculus-primer-%cf%80-calculus/

3. https://www.rchain.coop/blog/calculus-primer-%cf%81-calculus/


Outstanding Items

Questions

  • Funding - secured!

  • Where will video recordings be published? TODO: Jonathan

  • Translation of pre-workshop written materials? TODO: Johnathon

  • Under S. Korean law, do we need to get releases from students to include them in any filming? (Question sent to HJ, videographer)

  • How do we maximize probability of getting quality audio/video material that will be of use later? (Question sent to HJ, videographer)

Needs

  • Bilingual (both languages in one doc) version of the rholang cheatsheet

  • Whiteboards - secured!

  • Screen projection - secured!

  • Reliable wireless internet - secured!

  • Sufficient electrical outlets for all (or at least many) attendees - secured!

  • Plenty of dry erase markers. (20 new ones at least)

  • Lots (200+) of notecards and scotch tape

  • Discord Server or something for easily sending resources to attendees


메인 강사의 프로필

Joshy Orndorff

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I’m a programmer, academic, and decentralization entheusiast. Building blockchain tools and teaching others to do the same.

Work Experience
2018 – present: Developer Education Lead, RChain Cooperative, Seattle, WA, (see projects on github).
{ Wrote rholang tutorial (see github)
{ Provided two sample decentralized applications (see github)
{ Regular contributions to rchain-api, rhopm, librho
{ Host weekly rholang office hours
{ Present at RCon2, RCon3, SF Blockchain Week

2015– 2018 Teacher and Research Advisor, The Pingry School, Basking Ridge, NJ.
{ Taught Survey of CS, Programming, AP CS, Data Structures, a few others.
{ Created first research opportunities for students in computer science.
{ Advised research group on zero-trust distributed computing via blockchain technology.
{ Assisted in hiring the staff for a growing computer science department.

Spring 2015 Interim Outstation Manager, Evert’s Air Cargo, Bethel, AK.
{ Oversaw renovation of cargo hangar.
{ Oversaw staffing, scheduling, payroll, HR, customer relationships.
{ Served as primary customer service representative.

2014 – 2015 Teacher and Research Advisor, Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science, Princeton, NJ.
{Member of founding faculty
{Designed computer science curriculum and corresponding accreditation standards.
{Designed electronics and robotics lab.
{Taught physics, computer science, and engineering at intro to AP level.
{Advised students’ original research in computer science and robotics.
{Advised robotics club and student rock band (The PRISMers)

Summers 2009 – 2018
Instructor, Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Carlisle, PA.
{ Designed and instructed Electrical Engineering course.
{ Managed science supply orders, chose text books, and wrote course curricula.
{ Wrote individualized narrative evaluations for each student.

2011 – 2013 Lab Instructor, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.
{ Taught undergraduate-level physics courses.
{ Taught undergraduate-level engineering courses.
{ Managed physics department help desk.

2010 – 2011 Math Teacher, ACI Institute, Alhambra, CA.
{ Taught pre-algebra for grades five and six.
{ Taught geometry for grades nine and ten.
{ Prepared all assignments and exams for both courses.

Spring 2010 English (ESL) teacher, Guangzhou Worlda Cultural and Educational Services LTD, Guangzhou, GD, PRC.
{ Taught English classes to Chinese primary school students.
{ Prepared several lessons each week for over 1100 students.

Summer 2008
Optical Research Associate, Sound Off Signal, Hudsonville, MI.
{ Studied existing light distribution devices and patents.
{ Developed internal-reflection light pipes for use in law enforcement and rescue vehicles.
{ Developed computer models of optical systems using 3D CAD and ray-tracing software.

Summer 2007
Information Technology Intern, Bettcher Industries, Birmingham, OH.
{ Setup hardware and software on new personal computers.
{ Oversaw, tested, and deployed enterprise management software.
{ General troubleshooting and help desk responsibilities.
{ Assisted in installation of IP phone system.

Developer Skills, Programming Languages
Python ==================================================
Java ===============================================
Javascript ==================================================
Solidity =========================
Rholang ===========================================
Haskell =================
Scala =====

2. 강사 Isaac DeFrain, Rholang Research and Development

RChain Cooperative isaacdefrain@gmail.com
4715 98th Ave SW Dicord: IsaacDeFrain#5496
Seattle, WA 98136 GitHub: Isaac-DeFrain
I have an insatiable passion for realizing the full scope of the vision of blockchain technology, speci cally for formally de ning the semantics of smart contract languages. My Kent State University

Education M.A. in Pure Mathematics, 2012
Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University

B.A. Mathematics and Physics, Minor: Chemistry, 2010
Thesis: The Alspach Norm in Classifying Complemented Subspaces of Lp; p > 2
Developer RChain Cooperative

Education Technical Consultant, August 2018 - November 2018
Technical blog writing explaining mathematics behind RChain's technology
Research RChain Cooperative, Dec 2018
Experience Formal semantics of Rholang in K Framework
Development of a structural-behavioral type system for Rholang
Mathematical Sciences, Kent State University
Advisor: Dr. Artem Zvavitch, 2017-2018
Project: Almost Isometric Embeddings of Fintie Metric Spaces
Advisor: Dr. Volodomyr Andreievskii, 2015-2017
Project: Potential Theory and Chebyshev Polynomials on Quasiconformal Domains

Graduate Research Assistant, 2014-2015
Advisor: Dr. Fedor Nazarov
Project: Conformal Invariants and Geometric Function Theory
Advisor: Dr. Fedor Nazarov, 2013-2014
Project: Hormander Existence Theorem and Plurisubharmonic Functions
Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Classifying complemented subspaces of LP ; p > 2, 2009
Publication Chebyshev polynomials associated with a system of continua
New Trends in Approximation Theory, Fields Institute Communications 81,

Springer-Verlag 2018
Teaching Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University
Experience Instructor, Cryptology, Summer 2018, CAR
Instructor, Cryptology, Summer 2017, CAR
Teaching Assistant, Mathematical Logic, Summer 2016, JHU
Mathematical Sciences, Kent State University
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus II, Fall 2017
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus II, Spring 2017
Instructor, Modeling Algebra, Fall 2016
Teaching Assistant, Modeling Algebra Plus, Fall 2016
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, Spring 2016
Instructor, Modeling Algebra, Fall 2015
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus II, Spring 2014
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, Fall 2013
Instructor, Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, Spring 2013
Instructor, Calculus for Life Sciences, Fall 2012
Instructor, Modeling Algebra, Spring 2012
Instructor, Trigonometry, Fall 2011
Instructor, Algebra for Calculus, Spring 2011
Instructor, Algebra for Calculus, Fall 2010
Timken Early College High School
Instructor, College Algebra, Fall 2017
Stark State College
Instructor, Statistics, Fall 2017
Mentoring Choose Ohio First Scholarship (COF)

Project advisor
Spring 2018: The Geometry of the Power Rule (Award of Excellence)
Spring 2012: Applications of the Golden Ratio
Spring 2011: X-ray Crystallography & the Fourier Tranform
Timken Early College High School Math Club
Advised and helped students prepare for mathematics competitions, Fall 2017
Undergraduate Research Experience, Kent State University
Graduate student mentor, Summer 2015
Conference Chebyshev polynomials on a system of continua
Talks & New Trends in Approximation Theory, The Fields Institute, Toronto, July 2016

References Derek Sorensen Joshy Orndor
Research Mathematician Rholang Developer and Educator
Pyrofex Corp. RChain Cooperative
derek@pyrofex.net admin@joshorndor .com
+1 (385) 209-3067 +1 (419) 455-6749
Discord: Derek#9056 Discord: JoshyOrndor #4150
Jenya Soprunova Artem Zvavitch
Associate Professor Professor & Graduate Coordinator
Mathematical Sciences Mathematical Sciences
Kent State University Kent State University
soprunova@math.kent.edu azvavitc@kent.edu
+1 (330) 672-9086 +1 (330) 672-3316



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