Érik Amorim

Click for Math 251! (Spring 2019)

Coffee Hour Problems

A list of fun problems left to be solved during the departmental coffee hour.

Notes on early history of quantum mechanics

Some notes I've been preparing with a mathematical introduction to quantum mechanics.


Érik Fernando de Amorim
Department of Mathematics - Hill Center
Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey
110 Frelinghuysen Rd.
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

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Room 624, Hill Center, Busch Campus
Some elevators in Hill Center only go up to the 5th floor, but the others do reach the 6th floor! Don't get lost because of that!


erik dot f dot amorim at gmail dot com
erik dot amorim at math dot rutgers dot edu

Sometimes my last name is listed as de Amorim or deAmorim , sometimes as just Amorim (which I prefer).
If you can't find me in some department list, maybe that's the reason.

I am a fourth-year Math PhD student at Rutgers University. I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Math from University of São Paulo, Brazil.

A list of the classes that I have TA'd for can be found in the Courses tab.

My research interests include Partial Differential Equations and Functional Analysis, especially applied to Mathematical Physics, Quantum Physics and the Theory of Relativity.

This semester I am the teaching assistant for Math 151 - Calculus I for the Mathematical and Physical Sciences (sections 10, 11 and 12). Click here for more info.

I used to be in charge of the Grad Student Pizza Seminar. Click here for more info.

I am in charge of the Grad Student Analysis Seminar. Click here for more info.

In the summer of 2016 I worked as the graduate assistant of the DIMACS REU program. Click here for more info.

Every year I help put together the Math department teams of the Mayday Race. If you'd like to run, contact me!

Maintained by Érik Amorim and last modified February 2019