Below you will find an archive of past course pages from my time teaching as a graduate student at North Carolina State University. For the most part there are solutions to tests still available as well as earlier versions of my lecture notes. At the present time I am working on improving those notes for the corresponding courses at Liberty University where I now make my home. I intend to keep these pages active for the forseeable future.

For those of you who are unfamilar with NCSU-numbering,

Ma 341 = introduction to differential equations

Ma 242 = calculus III, the calculus of several variables

Ma 241 = calculus II, hard integration, physics applications, really basic DEqns, series

Ma 141 = calculus I, differentiation and most of integration

For those of you who are LU students, I should mention that the division of material is slightly different. Most notably we do not do quite so much differential equations in the calculus sequence (thankfully). Also, the text for my calculus notes was James Stewart's "Calculus and Concepts" which is a different version. The difference is mostly in the ordering of the topics.

My interests generally fall under the category of theoretical or mathematical physics. The theory I worked out naturally extended ideas from both SUSY and Noncommutative geometry to encorporate them simultaneously. If your interested I've posted a preprint of my work below.

Beware the Richard Claus. The Richard Claus can be distinguished from other Santas by his identifying mark above his temple, the tell-tale boston red sox mark. If you meet a Richard Claus in the wild you should retreat slowly while ruthlessly insulting the boston red sox.

Warren Siegel's webpage. I especially enjoy his university disclaimer.

World of Mathematics

Wikipedia Math Dictionary

MacTutor History of Math Archive

Marilyn Daily's Parametric Playground (Maple Worksheet)

Lots and Lots of Math History

NCSU Homepage

Math Department Homepage

Math Faculty Directory

My advisor Dr. R.O. Fulp

Math Grad Student Directory

Free Math Tutoring

Registration and Records

TRACS Link

Reg & Records Faculty Login

DH Hill Library

WebAssign

Lees-McRae College

Appalachian State University

State University of New York at Stony Brook

symmetries in QM, chpt 5.

symmetries in QM, chpt 6 and 7.

symmetries in QM, chpt 8.

Many mathematical and physical details are avoided, the goal is to eulicidate the main algebraic motivation for using representation theory in physics. Along the way we learn what quarks are (naively) and what they explain (the eightfold way to begin). Mostly, we follow Greiner's symmetries in QM.

magnetic monopoles

Notes from Dr. Fulp's Anomaly course(2005)

Notes from Dr. Fulp's Anomaly course(2005)

The following are from when my brother took fiber bundles from Dr. Fulp in 2001.

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2001

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2001

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2001

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2001

Exercises from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2001

handouts from fiber bundles 2001

The following are from last year's fiber bundle course (fall 2004)

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2004

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2004

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2004

Notes from Dr. Fulp's fiber bundles 2004

Typed notes on fiber-bundles

The notes posted below are Dr. Fulp's notes which apply directly to much of what is posted above.

fiber bundles-setup

fiber bundles-E&M

fiber bundles-setup

fiber bundles-group actions

fiber bundles-group actions

fiber bundles

fiber bundles-group actions

fiber bundles-group actions

These are from the symmetries of differential equations course Dr. Fulp offered in 2001 out of Olver's book (well sort of)

Symmetries of DEqns 2001

Symmetries of DEqns 2001

Symmetries of DEqns 2001

Last Modified 7/14/2008.