Donovan Snyder
Currently a graduate student in the Math Departement of the University of Rochester.
Contact
Teaching: Spring 2024
Research
Ongoing

Sarada Rajeev, Jon Pakianathan, Hopf Algebras/Quantum Groups

Applications of Hopf Algebras looking in statistical mechanical systems, expanding to fluid mechanics,
quantum computing, and Gauge theories

Expository paper detailing Hopf Algebras and their
hopeful application to statistical
mechanics systems, including a onedimensional model with a phase transition.

Alex Iosevich, Emmett Wyman, VCDimension and Witness Sets
Previous

Sarada Rajeev, Quantum Probability

Chen Ding, Systems Group of Computer Science Department, Examining Cache Complexity

Alex Iosevich, the polynomial method over finite fields
Mentoring
I am currently directing the graduate student association's reading
program for undergraduates.
I run my own program based on the research I am doing. Feel free to send me an email if you are interested in
participating.
Education

University of Rochester, 20212023

University of Rochester, 20172021
Previous Teaching and Examples
As a Graduate Student

Math 436  Graduate Algebra 1, Fall 2023

Math 120  Precalculus Module  ECO
Program, Summer
2023

Math 143  Calculus III, Summer 2023

Math 218  Math Modeling of the Life Sciences, Spring 2023

Math 263  Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations, Spring 2023

Math 173  Honors Linear Algebra, Fall 2022

Three weekly recitations, grading exams

Substitute lectures, see sample lecture notes

Math 143  Calculus III, Summer 2022

Precalculus  ECO Program, Summer
2022

Instructor, course designer

Algebra and functions for calculus

See sample workshop lesson

Math 143  Calculus III, Spring 2022

Math 141  Calculus I, Fall 2021

Math for Engineering  ECO
Program,
Summer 2021
As an Undergraduate Student
