Department of Mathematics
Chase Building, Dalhousie University
6316 Coburg Rd
PO BOX 15000
Halifax, NS B3H 4R2
(half) Office: Rm 354
"@" mathstat "." dal
My main interest resides in
theoretical cosmology, which motivates my exploration in differential
recent times, I have found myself interested in the invariant theory of
Killing tensors and its application to studying certain
research experiences can be found in my CV.
A Geometric Study of Superintegrable Systems
I'm the TA administrator for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
this year. Part of this responsibility includes staffing
TA's in our lovely tutoring centre: the Learning Centre. I also
manage the blackboard webpages and online assignments for our intro to calculus courses.
Math 1000 - course schedule
Math 1010 - syllabus
The Smorodinsky- Winternitz Potential Revisited
R. G. Smirnov, A. L. Yzaguirre
Submitted; preprint on arXiv (2012)
Spectral Energy Distributions of Seyfert Galaxies: Spitzer Space
Telescope Observations of the 12 micron Sample of Active Galaxies
F. Gallimore, A. L. Yzaguirre, J. Jakoboski, M. J. Stevenosky, D. J. Axon,
S. A. Baum, C. L. Buchanan, M. Elitzur, M. Elvis, C. P. O'Dea, A.
The Astrophysical Journal
Supplement, Volume 187, Issue 1, pp. 172-211 (2010).
grew up in Redlands (California) and received my BSc. in Physics and BA
in Mathematics from California State
University, Fullerton. I spent a year at University of Toronto in the Dept of Astronomy and
settling in at Dal.
In the Dark
about the Universe]
about making mathematical things]
Kerbal Space Program [so
Delicious donuts recipe