\textbf{Jason Matterer}
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\textbf{Contact Information}
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Applied Mathematics and Statistics & \\
Johns Hopkins University
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3400 North Charles Street & \textit{E-mail:} jtmatterer@jhu.edu\\
Baltimore, MD 21218 & \\
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\textbf{Research Interests}
Analysis of algorithms, probability, stochastic processes, random graph models, and machine learning on graphs.
\textbf{Education}
\textbf{Johns Hopkins University},
Baltimore, MD USA
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\item PhD.,
Applied Mathematics and Statistics, December 2015
\item M.S.,
Applied Mathematics and Statistics, May 2010
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\textbf{University of California, Berkeley},
Berkeley, CA USA
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\item B.A.,
Mathematics, May 2008
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\textbf{Refereed Publications}
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\item J A Fill and J Matterer, ``QuickSelect Tree Process Convergence, With an Application to Distributional Convergence for the Number of Symbol Comparisons Used by Worst-Case Find,'' \textit{ Combinatorics, Probability and Computing}, 23, pp 805-828, 2014. doi:10.1017/S0963548314000121.
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\textbf{Awards}
Johns Hopkins University
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\item {Recipient of GAANN Fellowship}, 2012-2014
\item {Professor Joel Dean Award for Excellence in Teaching}, 2014
\item Departmental Excellence in Teaching, 2011
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Probability and Statistics Day at UMBC
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\item {Second Place Graduate Student Oral Presentations}, 2013
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\textbf{Teaching Experience}
\textbf{Johns Hopkins University},
Baltimore, MD USA
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\item \textit{Teaching Assistant}%
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request)
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\item Instructed students in the areas of Matrix Analysis, Graph Theory, Financial Mathematics, Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Stochastic Modeling, and Introduction to Statistics
\item Graded weekly or bi weekly homework assignments
\item Helped prepare exams and other course material
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\item Matrix Analysis
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\item Fall~2009
\item Responsible for 1~hour discussion section to review lecture material and present homework solutions to upper level undergraduates and graduate students
\item Graded weekly homework assignments and typed up solutions
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\item Graph Theory
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\item Spring~2010
\item Responsible for 1~hour discussion section to review lecture material and present homework solutions to upper level undergraduates and graduate students
\item Graded weekly homework assignments and typed up solutions
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\item Stochastic Processes in Finance
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\item Fall~2010 and Fall~2011
\item Responsible for 1~hour discussion section to review lecture material and present homework solutions to upper level undergraduates and graduate students
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\item Financial Mathematics
\begin{innerlist}
\item Spring~2011
\item Responsible for 1~hour discussion section to review lecture material and present homework solutions to upper level undergraduates and graduate students
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\item Stochastic Processes II
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\item Spring~2011
\item Graded weekly homework assignments
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\item Stochastic Processes in Finance II
\begin{innerlist}
\item Spring~2012
\item Graded weekly homework assignments
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\item Probability Theory I
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\item Fall~2012
\item Graded weekly homework assignments
\item Led weekly discussion sections
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\item \textit{Instructor}%
\hfill \textbf{May 2014 to Dec 2014}
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\item Taught summer course in statistical analysis.
\item Developed and taught introductory statistics course for Psychology and Brain Science first-year graduate students.
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\item \textit{Instructor}%
\hfill \textbf{July 2010 to August 2010}
\begin{itemize}
\item Taught summer course in discrete mathematics.
\item Developed and presented all course lectures.
\item Wrote and graded weekly exams.
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