Department of Mathematics

Stanford University

Email: |
jonlove (at) stanford.edu |

Office: |
380-N Sloan Hall (Building 380) 450 Serra Mall Stanford, CA 94305-2125, USA |

Past Teaching at Stanford:

- TA for Math 53 (Ordinary Differential Equations), Spring 2017
- CA for Math 120 (Groups and Rings), Fall 2017
- TA for Math 61DM (Modern Mathematics: Discrete Methods), Winter 2018
- TA for Math 51 (Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus), Fall 2018

This page is under construction. For now, check out the following links:

- Make Me a Qual: Practice Test generator and Problem-finder for the Stanford Math Qualifying Exams.
- Isomorphisms and Well-definedness: A note I wrote for the Fall 2016 Math 120 class (Groups and Rings).
- My Curriculum Vitae.
- "The Music of Zeta": Slides from a talk I gave on April 27, 2017 (Wolfram CDF Player)
- Finite Field Graphing Calculator

And just for fun, a few of my contributions to random corners of the internet (and the world at large):

- Accuracy for Dummies: A four-part blog series by philosophy professor Jonathan Weisberg (my contributions are in parts 3 and 4)
- Wikipedia page creations: As an eighth grader, wrote the Wikipedia pages for "Planck Momentum" and "Alberta Highway 31"
- Contributions to the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences: Also as an eighth grader.
- Jitensha: An award-winning short film I was in as an extra (and got a personal IMDb page as a result)
- Crux Mathematicorum problem 3905: Crux Mathematicorum is a journal that publishes math problems and puzzles; my submission appeared in Volume 40 Issue 1