Hello! My name is Dr. Jeremy Mandelkern. I’m a passionate educator for both the Mathematical Sciences and Western Chess. As a former College Mathematics Tutor, College Mathematics Professor, & Western Chess Coach in the USA, I am uniquely qualified to meet all of your Mathematics & Western Chess Tutoring needs. Instruction is in English. I also excel in Mathematics Test Preparation for SAT, ACT, the GRE General Test (Mathematics Sections), and the GRE Subject Test in Mathematics. When I am not Tutoring/Teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family, studying Mandarin, and hiking the beautiful mountains of Taiwan.
PROFESSOR • EASTERN FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE (EFSC) • 10+ YEARS FULL-TIME TEACHING EXPERIENCE. From my beginnings as an undergraduate student and Mathematics Tutor at Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) (1999-2003), I’ve climbed through the academic ranks of graduate TA(FIT) (2003-2004) graduate RA (Suny Stonybrook) (2004-2005) part-time Adjunct Professor (EFSC) (2005-2006) full-time Lecturer (EFSC) (2006-2010) Assistant Professor(EFSC) (2010-2014) Associate Professor (EFSC) (2014-2017).
In addition to my 10+ years of full-time teaching experience at EFSC, I also have top-level research experience from my PhD work at FIT under Dr. Charles Fulton, recipient of the 2013 Award for Excellence in Research at FIT and a world-renowned researcher in the area of the Spectral Theory for Sturm-Liouville Operators.
SELECT PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
Mandelkern, J., A matrix formulation of Frobenius power series solutions using products of 4×4 matrices, Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, Vol. 2015 (2015), No. 212, pp. 1-16. Vol. 2015 (2015), No. 212, pp. 1-16.
Mandelkern, J., An Integral Equation Method to Formulate Solutions Defined Near LP/N Irregular Singular Points For 2nd Order SL Equations, SEARCDE Conference on Differential Equations, Florida Gulf Coast University, Nov. 5, 2016.
PHD • APPLIED MATHEMATICS • MAY 2017 • FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Dissertation: Sturm-Liouville Equations with Singular Endpoints of Poincaré Rank Zero and One