Department of Mathematics - Hill Center

Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey

110 Frelinghuysen Rd.

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

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- Curriculum Vitae
- Research Statement (unabridged)
- Research Statement (abridged)
- Teaching Statement
- Diversity Statement
- Publication List

- Courses for which I was the instructor
- Probability (Summer 2017)
- Differential Equations (Summer 2018)
- Linear Algebra (Summer 2019)

- Some courses for which I was a TA
- Introduction to Real Analysis (Spring 2018)
- Linear Algebra (Fall 2018) (this course had no recitations; only office hours)
- Differential Equations (Spring 2017)
- Probability (Fall 2016) (this course had no recitations; only office hours)
- Calculus I (Fall 2015)

- Syllabi

- Exams

- Quizzes and homeworks
- Linear algebra quiz
- Linear algebra homework
- Differential equations homework
- Probability homework
- Probability homework solutions

- Lecture notes, handouts, additional material

** Sometimes my last name is listed as de Amorim or deAmorim , sometimes as just Amorim (which I prefer). This is a perpetual unsolvable problem caused by a misshap with my passport in 2014. **

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

My research interests are in applications of Analysis to Mathematical Physics. I have done work in mathematical general relativity, quantum many-body problems, and operator algebras.

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

I used to be 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!