Harris B. Daniels
Teaching Assistant
Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut

Office: MSB 233
Office Hours: Tuesday: 11:00-12:30, Thursday: 12:30-2:00
Email: Harris (AT) math (DOT) uconn (DOT) edu
Office Phone: (860) 486-1283

Spring 2013:
Math 2210 Applied Linear Algebra (section 05)

Fall 2012:
Math 2110 Multivariable Calculus (section 11)

Spring 2012:
Math 1126 Calculus Ib (sections 2 and 9)

Fall 2011:
Math 1132 Calculus II (sections 33, 36, 37)

Spring 2011:
Math 2210 Applied Linear Algebra (sections 02 and 06)

Fall 2010:
Math 1132Q Calculus II (sections 51D, 52D )

Spring 2010:
Math 1132Q Calculus II (sections 10D, 11D, 20D)

Fall 2009:
Math 1131Q Calculus I (sections 81D, 82D, 84D)

Spring 2009:
Math 1131Q Calculus I (section 05)

Fall 2008:
Math 1131Q Calculus I (section 20)

Spring 2008:
MATH 116Q Calculus II (section 08)

Fall 2007:
Teaching Fall 2007: MATH 106Q Calculus For Business and Economics (sections 02 and 07)

Education:
M.S. Mathematics, University of Connecticut, 2009.
B.S. Mathematics and Philosophy, Trinity College, 2006.

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Expository Papers.
Calculating elliptic curves with complex multiplication using Sage and PARI.
In this paper I show the reader how to calculate minimal models of elliptic curves with complex multiplication
step by step. For the sake of finitness we focus on the case where End(E) is isomorphic to an order with
class number less than or equal to two. There is also a section on calculating the conductors of these
elliptic curves as well.

Finite Extensions of p-adic Fields
This paper focuses on constructing totally ramified and totally unramified finite extensions of p-adic fields. The
theory generalizes to all local fields, but is much simplier in the p-adic case.

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