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Dr. Jason Quinones is a mathematician who works at the intersection of mathematics and high-energy physics. His research is in Yang-Mills, field theory, and integrable systems. His recent work has focused on Jacobi forms for entropy states of black holes in the context of quantum supergravity and on the Nahm equations in the context of particle physics and hyperkahler geometry. He has mentored undergraduate students in research projects and maintains an active interest in undergraduate math and AI education as a member of the Data Science Committee.
  • ITS-203 Operating Systems Essentials (2020/01)(01)
  • MAT-55 Intermediate Algebra (2020/01)(02)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2020/01)(03)
  • MAT-55 Intermediate Algebra (2020/02)(02)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2020/02)(02)
  • MAT-150 Calculus I (2020/02)(02)
  • MAT-451 Internship (2020/02)(02)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2021/01)(02)
  • MAT-313 Introduction to Probability (2021/01)(01)
  • MAT-410 Foundations of Geometry (2021/01)(01)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2022/01)(1)
  • MAT-150 Calculus I (2022/01)(1)
  • MAT-410 Foundations of Geometry (2022/01)(1)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2021/02)(2)
  • MAT-142 Intro Prob/Stats for Scie & IT (2021/02)(2)
  • MAT-328 Differential Equations (2021/02)(1)
  • MAT-451 Internship (2021/02)(1)
  • MAT-130 Precalculus (2021/02)(02)
  • MAT-142 Intro Prob/Stats for Scie & IT (2021/02)(02)
  • MAT-328 Differential Equations (2021/02)(01)
  • MAT-451 Internship (2021/02)(01)
  • Advising Load 2020/01: Total:1 Undergraduate:1
  • Advising Load 2020/02: Total:5 Undergraduate:5
  • On the Space of Slow Growing Weak Jacobi Forms
  • Joseph Mendis-STAMP (Honors) 2020/02
  • MAT 150/205/206 Cluster Committee 2020/02
  • Assessment Coordinator for Math Program 2020/01
  • American Mathematical Society: August 2013
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