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Olga Holtz is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of California.
Olga Holtz grew up in Chelyabinsk, Russia. She received her Diploma  in Applied Mathematics from Southern Ural State University and her PhD  in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the guidance of Hans Schneider.
She subsequently held a postdoctorate researcher position [2000-2002] at the Computer Science Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Humboldt research fellowship [2002-2003] at the Institute of Mathematics of the Technical University Berlin, and a Morrey Assistant Professorship [2004-2007] at the Department of Mathematics of the University of California-Berkeley.
Since 2007, she is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of California-Berkeley, a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Mathematics of the Technical University Berlin, and a Professor of the Berlin Mathematical School.
Current Class InfoEdit
- Fall 2008:
- Math 191, Advanced problem solving,
- Math 273I, Numerical functional analysis.
- Fall 2006:
- Math 55, Discrete Mathematics.
- Math 110, Linear algebra.
- Fall 2005:
- Math 104, Introduction to analysis,
- Math 118, Wavelets and signal processing.
- Spring 2005:
- Math 118, Wavelets and signal processing,
- Math 128B, Numerical analysis.
- Fall 2004:
- Math H90, Honors seminar on problem solving,
- Math 121A, Mathematical tools for the physical sciences.
Additional Contact InformationEdit
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