I have enjoyed teaching a wide range of courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, including introductory mechanics, introductory electricity and magnetism, intermediate statistical mechanics, graduate statistical mechanics, graduate solid state physics, quantum many-body theory, and an advanced graduate special topics courses I created. See link below for course notes and syllabus.

I am the recipient of a 2012 UT College of Natural Sciences Teaching Excellence Award.

Spring 2016: PHY 385L, Statistical Mechanics

PHY 385L Syllabus (pdf)

Spring 2013: PHY 392N, Many-body Theory

PHY 392N Syllabus (pdf)

Spring 2009: New UT Physics Special Topics Graduate Course

"Topological and Strongly Correlated Electrons in Reduced Dimensions"

Syllabus (pdf)
Course Notes (269 pages, ~14MB) (pdf)