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Teaching this Spring:
Math 1203 (Intro to Stats)
and
Math 4516
(Topics in Analysis)


Bert G. Wachsmuth, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, received his Ph.D. from Indiana University, where he worked on problems related to the Monge Ampere Equation in Several Complex Variables. After spending one year as Visiting Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, he joined Seton Hall University's. Dr. Wachsmuth is an avid programmer, and is currently interested - aside from mathematics - in robotics, small device programming, and technology applications and research in teaching and learning.  He has taught classes in Calculus, Statistics, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Programming, Computer Networks, C and Unix, and Robotics, and - still - enjoys teaching and interacting with students tremendously.
Interactive Real Analysis Interactive Real Analysis is an online, interactive textbook for Real Analysis or Advanced Calculus. It deals with sets, sequences, series, continuity, differentiability, integrability, topology, etc. and is used as a resource around the world.
Interactive Complex Analysis Interactive Complex Analysis is an online, interactive textbook for Complex Analysis. It deals with complex numbers and topology, complex functions, holomorphic functions and properties, singularities, residues, conformal maps, harmonic functions, etc.
Java Tools and Resources Java, a programming language introduced by Sun, is getting more and more accepted as a teaching language. Here you can find resources, applets, and source code, as well as the online textbook Java by Definition and the open source web-based survey system "Asset" used at many educational institutions.