Bo Li's Teaching Page
Bo Li's Teaching Page
Current Course Information
Lecture Notes
 Bo Li, Weak Convergence Methods for Variational Problems Modeling
Crystalline Solids, Graduate seminar
course, UCLA, Spring, 1998.
(see
course description).
 Bo Li, Continuum Models and Analysis for Epitaxial Growth
of Thin Films, Advanced graduate
course, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall, 2003.
 Bo Li, Weak Convergence Methods for Energy Minimization,
Math 241B: Function Analysis,
University of California, San Diego, Winter, 2007,
 Bo Li, Numerical Analysis
(PDF),
University of California, San Diego, Spring, 2009.

Bo Li, Topics on Mathematics and BiochemistryBiophysics,
Math 277B: Topics in Mathematics and BiochemistryBiophysics, UCSD, Spring 2011.

Bo Li, Lecture Notes for
Math 210ABC: Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences and Engieering, UCSD, 2013  2014.

Graduate Topic Courses on Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing
 Math 285J, Seminar in Applied Mathematics:
Weak Convergence Methods for Variational Problems Modeling Crystalline Solids.
Department of Mathematics,
UCLA, Spring 1998.
Course descripbtion.
 AMSC 698V, Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics:
Mathematical and Computational Problems in Materials Science,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Maryland, Fall 2003.
Course web page.

Math 273A, Scientific Computation:
Topics in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science.
Department of Mathematics,
UC San Diego, Fall 2005.
Course web page.
 Math 277B, Topics in Mathematics and BiochemistryBiophysics, Department of
Mathematics, UC San Diego, Spring 2011.
Course web page.
Previous Courses Taught at UC San Diego
(Fall quarter, 2004  Winter quarter, 2013)

Math 132A: Partial Differential Equations and Integral Equations,
Winter quarter, 2005

Math 132B: Partial Differential Equations and Integral Equations, Spring quarter, 2005

Math 20D: Introduction to Differential Equations, Section C00, Spring quarter, 2005

Math 273A, Scientific Computation, Fall quarter, 2005

Math 170B: Numerical Analysis, Winter quarter, 2006

Math 170C: Numerical Ordinary Differential Equations, Spring quarter, 2006

Math 170A: Numerical Linear Algebra, Fall quarter, 2006

Math 20C: Calculus and Analytic Geometry for Science and Engineering,
Fall quarter, 2006
 Math 241B:
Functional Analysis, Winter quarter, 2007.
 Math 270C:
Numerical Mathematics, Spring quarter, 2007.

Math 20F: Linear Algebra, Section B00, Spring quarter, 2008.

Math 270C: Numerical Mathematics, Spring quarter, 2008.

Math 20C: Calculus and Analytic Geometry for Science and Engineering,
Lecture D00, Winter quarter, 2009.

Math 20F: Linear Algebra, Section B00, Winter quarter, 2009.

Math 20C: Calculus and Analytic Geometry for Science and Engineering,
Lecture A00, Spring quarter, 2009.

Math 270C: Numerical Mathematics, Spring quarter, 2009.

Math 210A: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Fall quarter, 2009.

Math 210B: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Winter quarter, 2010.

Math 210C: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Spring quarter, 2010.

Math 102: Applied Linear Algebra, Spring quarter, 2010.
 Math 20F:
Linear Algebra, Spring quarter, 2011.

Math 277B, Topics in Mathematics and BiochemistryBiophysics, Spring quarter, 2011.
 Math 240A: Real
Analysis, Fall quarter, 2011.

Math 140B: Foundations of Real Analysis (II), Winter quarter, 2012.
 Math 241B:
Functional Analysis (II), Spring quarter, 2012.

Math 140C: Foundations of Real Analysis (III), Spring quarter, 2012.
 Math 240:
Real Analysis (Part A), Fall quarter, 2012
 Math 140A:
Foundations of Real Analysis (Part A), Winter quarter, 2013
 Math 20D:
Introduction to Differential Equations, Spring quarter, 2013
 Math 130B:
Ordinary Differential Equations II, Spring quarter, 2013

Math 110A: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, Winter quarter, 2014.

Math 210 A: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Fall quarter, 2013.

Math 210B: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Winter quarter, 2014.

Math 210C: Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences and Engineering, Spring quarter, 2014.

Math 231B: Partial Differential Equations (Part B), Winter quarter, 2015.

Math 130A: Ordinary Differential Equations, Winter quarter, 2015.

Math 130B: Ordinary Differential Equations, Spring quarter, 2015.

Math 240A: Real Analysis, Fall quarter, 2015.

Math 240B: Real Analysis, Winter quarter, 2016.

Math 240C: Real Analysis, Spring quarter, 2016.

Math 20B: Calculus, Spring quarter, 2016.

Math 110A: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, Fall quarter, 2016.

Math 110B: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, Winter quarter, 2017.

Math 102: Applied Linear Algebra, Winter quarter, 2017.

Math 18: Linear Algebra, Spring quarter, 2017.

Math 210A: Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences and Engineering, Fall 2017

Math 210B: Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences and Engineering (Part B), Winter 2018

Previous Courses Taught at University
of Maryland (Fall semester, 1999  Spring semester, 2004)
 Math 462, Section 0101,
Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers,
Fall semester, 1999
 Mapl/CMCS 466, Section 0101,
Introduction to Numerical Analysis (I), Spring semester, 2000
 Math 246E, Section 1401,
Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers,
Spring semester, 2000
 MAPL/CMSC 666, Section 0101,
Numerical Analysis (I), Fall semester, 2000
 MAPL/CMSC 667, Section 0101,
Numerical Analysis (II), Spring semester, 2001
 Math 240,
Introduction to Linear Algebra, Spring semester, 2001
 AMSC 614, Section 0101,
Mathematics of the Finite Element Method, Fall semester, 2001
 Math 246, Section 1301,
Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers,
Fall semester, 2001

ENEE 241/MATH 242: Numerical Techniques in Engineering,
Spring semester, 2002

MATH 462: Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers,
Spring semester, 2002

AMSC 612: Numerical Methods in Partial Differential Equations,
Fall semester, 2002

Math 246: Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers,
Sections 0801 and 0901, Spring semester, 2003

AMSC 698V: Advanced Topics in Applied MathematicsMathematical
and Computational Problems in Materials Science, Fall semester, 2003

Math 141: Calculus (II), Sections 03110333, Spring semester, 2004
Previous Courses Taught at UCLA
(Winter quarter, 1997  Winter quarter, 1999)
 Math 115A, Lecture 4, Linear Algebra, Winter quarter, 1997
 Math 132, Lecture 3, Complex Analysis, Spring quarter, 1997
 Math 33A, Matrices and Differential Equations, Winter quarter, 1998
 Math 285J, Seminar in Applied Mathematics:
Weak convergence methods for variational problems
modeling crystalline solids, Spring quarter, 1998
 Math 151A, Applied Numerical Methods, I, Fall quarter, 1998
 Math 151B, Applied Numerical Methods, II, Winter quarter, 1999
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