6/90 | S.B., Mathematics, Mass. Inst. of Technology |

9/90 | S.B., Music, M.I.T. |

11/94 | Ph.D., Mathematics, Princeton Univ. |

9/94-6/95 | Princeton Univ., Lecturer; organizer, Rutgers-Princeton group theory seminar |

9/95-6/98 | U. Mich. Ann Arbor, Hildebrandt Res. Asst. Prof. |

7/96 | MSRI Summer graduate workshop, Mentor |

9/97-12/97 | U. Mich., Co-coordinator, Math 115 (Calculus I) |

9/98-6/01 | Pomona College, Visiting Asst. Prof. |

8/01-8/06 | San José State Univ., Asst. Prof. |

8/01-6/12 | Director, Center for Applied Mathematics, Computation and Statistics (CAMCOS), SJSU |

8/06-8/12 | San José State Univ., Assoc. Prof. |

8/07-12/07 | Member, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) program in Geometric Group Theory |

8/12-present | San José State Univ., Prof. |

8/13-present | San José State Univ., Coordinator, Math/Stats TA program |

8/15-present | San José State Univ., Assoc. Chair, Math/Stats |

5/90 | Phi Beta Kappa, M.I.T. |

9/90-8/94 | NSF Graduate Fellowship |

6/96-8/96 | Rackham Summer Faculty Fellowship, U. Mich. |

9/97 | Krasny Prize for outstanding work in motivating undergraduate students, Math Dept., U. Mich. |

6/04 | Master's student J. Kittock awarded 2004 University Outstanding Thesis Award (two awarded SJSU-wide) |

6/08 | Master's student K. Shelley Nolan awarded 2008 University Outstanding Thesis Award (two awarded SJSU-wide) |

1/12 | Intel Science Talent Search advisee C. Day named 2012 semifinalist |

Fall 2001 | SJSU Professional Development award, $1,500 for travel |

Spring 2002 | CAMCOS awarded $43,500 from Woodward Fund, for two semester projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

2002-2003 | CAMCOS awarded approx. $62,000 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

Summer 2002 | SJSU summer faculty fellowship, one month summer salary |

Fall 2002 | SJSU Professional Development award, $1,175 for travel |

Spring 2003 | LPP planning grant: $2,285 for .1 release time |

2003-2004 | CAMCOS awarded $61,510 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

Fall 2003 | SJSU Professional Development award, $1,000 for travel |

Fall 2003 | LPP implementation grant: $5,000 for .2 release time |

Fall 2003 | CAMCOS awarded $18,000 from NASA (Macready) for semester project with NASA Ames Research Center |

Summer 2004 | CAMCOS awarded $4,000 from Woodward Fund, for development of potential CAMCOS project with Numerical Algorithms Group (UK) |

2004-2005 | CAMCOS awarded $61,510 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

Fall 2004 | SJSU Professional Development award, $1,000 for travel |

Fall 2004 | Junior Faculty Career Devlopment Grant: .2 release time |

Spring 2005 | $2,000 donation from Google to support Bay Area Discrete Math Day conference held at SJSU, 4/9/05 |

2005-2006 | CAMCOS awarded $63,190 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects |

2005-2006 | Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral $3,000 Scholarship awarded to student Jing-Wei Huang; up to $1,000 goes to faculty sponsor (Hsu) travel expenses |

Fall 2005 | CAMCOS awarded $15,796 from NASA Ames Research Center for "Intelligent Instruments on Robotic Helicopters" |

Spring 2006 | CAMCOS awarded $19,330 from Intel Corporation for "Analysis of Heat Pipe Performance Tailored for MEROM/Santa Rosa in Mobile Computers" |

2006-2007 | CAMCOS awarded $62,600 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

2007-2008 | CAMCOS awarded $62,600 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

2008-2009 | CAMCOS awarded $62,000 from Woodward Fund, for two year-long projects with NASA Ames Research Center |

2009-2010 | CAMCOS awarded $36,500 from Woodward Fund, for one semester-long project with NASA Ames Research Center |

Spring 2010 | University Planning Council Student Success Grant: .2 release time |

Spring 2010 | (w/ Dr. Maria Cayco) $2,750 awarded from Mathematical Association of America to support Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference |

Fall 2010 | CAMCOS awarded $13,000 from Woodward Fund, for one semester-long project with NASA Ames Research Center |

Spring 2010 | CAMCOS awarded $20,400 from Woodward Fund, for one semester-long project with NASA Ames Research Center |

Fall 2011 | CAMCOS awarded $20,400 from Woodward Fund, for one semester-long project with NASA Ames Research Center |

Spring 2013 | $2,000 donation from D.E. Shaw to support Bay Area Discrete Math Day conference held at SJSU, 4/6/13 |

Summer 2013 | Undergraduate Research Grant awarded for work with Charles Petersen |

Fall 2013 | SJSU Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activity Award: .2 release time |

Spring 2016-present | Senior personnel, "First in the World" grant for teaching flipped calculus I: .2 release time in multiple semesters |

Fall 1995 | Calculus I (2 sections) |

Winter 1996 | Transformation groups and geometry |

Fall 1996 | Calculus II (2 sections) |

Winter 1997 | Applied modern algebra |

1996-1997 | Advisor, S. Molnar's senior thesis in math and creative writing (Virginia Voss award) |

Summer 1997 | Mentor, summer graduate workshop, MSRI |

Fall 1997 | Calculus I (also course co-coordinator) |

Winter 1998 | Introduction to linear algebra |

Summer 1998 | Codes, ciphers and secret messages, Mich. Math Scholars (mathematically talented high school students) |

Fall 1998 | Calculus I (2 sections); multivariable calculus |

Spring 1999 | Multivariable calculus; algebra I |

1998-1999 | Advisor, R. Derby-Talbot's senior thesis (honors) |

Fall 1999 | Calculus I; multivariable calculus; linear algebra |

Spring 2000 | Calculus II; linear algebra |

1999-2000 | Advisor, senior theses of A. Draganova (honors), R. Huston, and C. Meyers (honors) |

Fall 2000 | Calculus I; multivariable calculus; linear algebra |

Spring 2001 | Alternative calculus II; hyperbolic geometry |

2000-2001 | Advisor, senior theses of M. Dickerson, J. Singer (honors), and E. Zupunski |

Fall 2001 | Calculus I; Linear algebra |

Spring 2002 | Linear algebra; Abstract algebra I |

2001-2002 | Advisor, master's thesis of A. Vu |

Fall 2002 | Mathematics for general education (2 sections); Introduction to combinatorics; Reading course on Galois theory (J. Kittock) |

Spring 2003-Spring 2004 | Advisor, master's thesis of J. Kittock (university honors) |

Spring 2003 | Mathematics for general education; Linear algebra II |

Fall 2003 | Mathematics for general education; Linear algebra II |

Spring 2004 | Mathematics for general education; Introduction to number theory |

Fall 2004-Spring 2007 | Advisor, master's thesis of P. Darafshi |

Fall 2004 | Calculus I; Linear algebra II |

Spring 2005 | Introduction to analysis (2 sections) |

Fall 2005- | Advisor, master's thesis of P. Friedenbach |

Fall 2005 | Calculus III; Abstract algebra I |

Spring 2006-Spring 2007 | Advisor, master's thesis of M. Bandari |

Spring 2006 | Calculus II; Vector calculus |

Fall 2006-Spring 2007 | Advisor, master's thesis of K. Shelley Nolan (university honors) |

Fall 2006 | Calculus III; Introduction to proof |

Spring 2007 | Calculus II; Introduction to proof |

Spring 2008 | Precalculus; Introduction to proof |

Fall 2008-Spring 2009 | Advisor, master's thesis of S. Dharia |

Fall 2008-Spring 2010 | Advisor, master's thesis of N. Vazquez |

Fall 2008 | Precalculus; Introduction to analysis |

Spring 2009 | Abstract algebra I |

Fall 2009-Spring 2011 | Advisor, master's thesis of P. Hansen |

Fall 2009 | Precalculus; Introduction to number theory |

Spring 2010 | Calculus II |

Fall 2010 | Precalculus; Abstract algebra I |

Spring 2011 | Abstract algebra II |

Fall 2011-Spring 2013 | Advisor, master's thesis of D. Adams |

Fall 2011 | Precalculus; Introduction to proof |

Spring 2012 | Linear algebra II; CAMCOS project in applied mathematics |

Fall 2012 | Precalculus; Introduction to proof |

Spring 2013 | Precalculus; Introduction to analysis |

Fall 2013 | Analysis II (Hilbert spaces and applications) |

Spring 2014-Spring 2015 | Advisor, master's thesis of O. Zamoroueva |

Spring 2014 | Discrete math; Introduction to proof |

Fall 2014-Spring 2016 | Advisor, writing project of N. Mittal |

Fall 2014 | Discrete math; Euclidean geometry |

Spring 2015-present | Advisor, master's thesis of C. Parayil |

Spring 2015 | Introduction to number theory; introduction to analysis |

Fall 2015 | Calculus III; Analysis II |

Spring 2016 | Introduction to proof |

Fall 2016 | Calculus I (flipped); Analysis II |

Fall 2017 | Calculus I (flipped); Analysis II |

Summer 2011 | Advised Intel Science Talent Search project of Cynthia Day
(Lynbrook High School), Time complexity and algorithms for Blue-Red CHOMP
and its subgames; project made semifinal round |

Fall 2004- | Bay Area Discrete Math Day (bi-annual local conference) |

Spring 2005 | BAD Math Day at SJSU, local organizer |

Summer 2005 | MAXENT 2005 (25th International Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering) |

Summer 2007 | MAA Mathfest: Panel discussion on "Starting and maintaining a student industrial research progam in the mathematical sciences" |

Summer 2007 | MAA Mathfest: Contributed paper session on "Student Research in Industrial Mathematics" |

Spring 2008 | AMS Western Section Meeting: Special session on "Combinatorics of partially ordered sets" |

Spring 2010 | Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference |

Spring 2013 | BAD Math Day at SJSU, local organizer |

03/07/12 | SJSU Math Colloquium, "Square-gluing puzzles and the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem" |

05/04/12 | U. Michigan RTG Workshop on Recent Progress on Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds, Ann Arbor, MI: Mini-course lectures "Special Cube Complexes", "Finiteness conditions of the dual cube complex", "Cubulating Malnormal Amalgams" |

05/29/13 | Cube complexes and 3-manifolds conference,
Univ. of Ill. at Chicago, Chicago, IL: "Computing the
l-homology of clean complexes" ^{2} |

04/29/14 | Claremont Colleges Math Colloquium, Harvey Mudd Coll., Claremont, CA: "Cube Complexes, 3-manifolds, and the Virtual Haken Theorem" |

Fall 2014 | Combinatorics Seminar, SJSU, San José, CA: "Introduction to combinatorial game theory" (3-talk series) |

10/28/14 | Santa Clara Univ. Math Colloquium, Santa Clara Univ., Santa Clara, CA: "Cube complexes, 3-manifolds, and the virtually fibered theorem" |

04/15/15 | SJSU Math Colloquium, SJSU, San José, CA: "Cube complexes, 3-manifolds, and the Virtually Fibered Conjecture" |

04/12/17 | Cal Poly Pomona Math/Stats Colloquium, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA: "How I flip calculus" |

04/13/17 | CSULA Math Seminar, CSULA, Los Angeles, CA: "How I flip calculus" |

Geometric group theory; combinatorics of partially ordered sets;
*l ^{2}* invariants; combinatorial game theory; finite groups and
related topics; cell complexes and low-dimensional topology; loops and
quasigroups; computational group theory; undergraduate mathematics
education.

Member of the AMS, MAA, and SIAM.

Fluent in LaTeX and HTML. Prior experience with C, FORTRAN, GAP, Java, LISP, Maple, Mathematica, MATLAB, Perl, and UNIX. Some professional programming and technical support experience.

E-mail: `tim.hsu@sjsu.edu`

Address: Math Dept., San José State University, San José, CA
95192-0103

Phone: (408)924-5071 (office), (408)924-5080 (fax)

Home Page: `http://www.math.sjsu.edu/ ~hsu`

tim.hsu@sjsu.edu