Mark Herman
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Mathematics
Office  Hylan 1008 
Hours  For Advising Only: Wed 10:3012:00pm For Math Help Only: Wed 121:30pm, Thurs 1112:30pm. 
Email:  mark dot herman at rochester period edu 
Currently Teaching (Spring ‘22):
Employment

2018  present
Associate Professor of Teaching and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester 
2011  2018
Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester 
2009  2011
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester 
2008  2009
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications (IMA)
Research
I earned a Ph. D. in Mathematics at Virginia Tech in 2008 under George Hagedorn. My area of research is mathematical physics, in particular approaching problems in quantum mechanics from a mathematically rigorous point of view. My work involves functional analysis and perturbation theory with applications to manybody chemical systems.
Teaching
Courses I have taught at Rochester:
 MTH 141: Calculus I
 MTH 142: Calculus II
 MTH 150: Discrete Mathematics
 MTH 161: Calculus IA
 MTH 162: Calculus IIA
 MTH 163: Ordinary Differential Equations I
 MTH 164: Multidimensional Calculus
 MTH 165: Linear Algebra with Differential Equations
 MTH 173: Honors Calculus III (Linear Algebra/Diff Eq)
 MTH 174: Honors Calculus IV (Multivariable Calc)
 MTH 201: Intro. to Probability
 MTH 208: Operations Research
 MTH 210: Intro. to Financial Mathematics
 MTH 217: Mathematical Modeling in Political Science
 MTH 218: Mathematical Models in Life Sciences
 MTH 235: Linear Algebra
 MTH 248: Graph Theory
 MTH 263: Qualitative Theory of ODEs
 MTH 265H: Functions of a Real Variable (Honors)
 MTH 282: Introduction to Complex Variables
 MTH 300W: History of Mathematics