# Meet

### Mariano Echeverria

##### Research Focus:

Gauge Theory, Quantum Gravity and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.

I did my undergraduate degree in Math in Costa Rica before coming to the US for my Phd at the University of Virginia. After that I started a postdoc at Rutgers University and I am now currently an assistant teaching professor there. I have always been interested in the interactions between Physics and Mathematics (Gauge Theory, Quantum Gravity and the foundations of Statistical and Quantum Mechanics). I enjoy books, nature and memes!

### Teaching Experience No. 1

##### Rutgers University

Summer 2023:

Calculus I for Mathematics and Physics, (MATH 151) Evaluation [online]

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Introduction to Linear Algebra, (MATH 250) Evaluation [online]

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Mathematical Probability, (MATH 477) Evaluation [online]

Spring 2023:

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation

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Introduction to Linear Algebra, (MATH 250) Evaluation [1] Evaluation [2]

Fall 2022:

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [1] Evaluation [2]

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Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (MATH 300) Evaluation

Summer 2022:

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [online]

### Teaching Experience

No. 2

##### University of Virginia

Summer 2022:

Multivariable Caclulus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [online]

Summer 2022:

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [online]

Fall 2021:

Poincare Byrne Seminar Evaluation [COVID]

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [COVID]

Spring 2021:

Poincare Byrne Seminar Midcourse Evaluation [COVID]

Multivariable Calculus, Honors Section (MATH 251) Midcourse Evaluation [COVID]

### Teaching Experience

### No. 3

##### University of Costa Rica

Summer 2022:

Multivariable Caclulus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [online]

Summer 2022:

Multivariable Calculus, Regular Section (MATH 251) Evaluation [online]