Olga Holtz | |
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Basic Information | |
Title | Associate Professor |
Department | Mathematics |
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Phone | +1 (510) 642-2122 |
holtz@math.berkeley.edu | |
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Olga Holtz is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of California.
BackgroundEdit
Olga Holtz grew up in Chelyabinsk, Russia. She received her Diploma [1995] in Applied Mathematics from Southern Ural State University and her PhD [2000] 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.^{[1]}
Current Class InfoEdit
- Fall 2008:
- Math 191, Advanced problem solving,
- Math 273I, Numerical functional analysis.
Previous ClassesEdit
- 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.
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