Peter Thomas

Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Neuroscience.

Peter Thomas started teaching at Oberlin in the fall of 2004. He began with higher expectations than the students were willing to handle, but now in his second year, he has made his classes (Linear Algebra and Differential Equations) much more manageable.

In addition to teaching Linear Algebra again, in spring '05 Peter Thomas taught an amazing and inspiring course (Math 345 Mathematical Methods for Neuroscience) that gave students a peek into his research experience. Professor Thomas runs a research laboratory (a rare feat in the mathematics department) that is currently housed in King next to his office, where students can get experience in mathematical modeling of biological systems.

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