Below is a list of courses I have taught at Durham University 2005 – 2015, and courses taught at UC Davis since 2015.

### Current Courses:

- Phy 200A: Theory of Mechanics and Electromagnetics (Fall quarter)
- Phy 155: General Relativity (Winter quarter)
- Phy 250: Advanced General Relativity / Black Holes (Winter quarter)

### Previous Courses at UC Davis

- Phy 104C: Intermediate Methods of Mathematical Physics (Spring quarter)
- Phy 250: Special Topics in Physics (Spring quarter)

### Previous Undergraduate Courses at Durham

- Statistical Mechanics III & IV

(2008/09, 2014/15) - Quantum Mechanics III

(2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14) - General Relativity III & IV

(2005/06, 2007/08, 2009/10) - Advanced Quantum Theory IV

(2006/07) - Solitons III & IV

(2007) - Contours & Symmetry II

(2005)

### Previous 3H and 4H Projects:

- Black holes

(2014/15) - Black hole Membrane Paradigm

(2012/13) - Black holes in higher dimensions

(2010/11, 2011/12) - Strings and gravity

(2008/09) - Black hole uniqueness and higher dimensions

(2005/06)

### Previous Graduate Courses at Durham:

- General Relativity

(Michaelmas 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014) - Black Holes

(Easter 2010)

### Summer School Lectures:

In addition to the courses taught at Durham, I have given series of lectures in the following summer schools:

- Fluid/Gravity Duality

ERASMUS Intensive Program on “Non-Perturbative Quantum Field Theory”

Univ. of Crete, Heraklion, Greece, Apr.15 – 26, 2013 (5 lectures) - General Relativity, Cosmology and Black Holes

Amsterdam-Brussels-Paris Doctoral School

3 years in Brussels, Belgium (2008, 2009, and 2010; 24 lectures each year) - Fluid/Gravity Correspondence

PASI Quantum Gravity Summer School

Morelia, Mexico, Jun.27 – Jul.4, 2010 (3 lectures) - Fluid Dynamics from Gravity

Fifth Aegean Summer School

From Gravity to Thermal Gauge Theories: the AdS/CFT Correspondence,

Adamas, Island of Milos, Sep.21 – 26, 2009 (2 lectures) - The Fluid/Gravity Correspondence

Summer School on Particles, Fields and Strings

at UBC, Vancouver, Canada, Aug.28 – Sep.4, 2008 (4 lectures)

### Undergraduate Colloquium at Durham:

Finally, I have chaired the Undergraduate Colloquium committee 2007 – 2015. There are two – three colloquia each term, intended to allow maths undergraduates at all levels to get a glimpse of “real math” and its applications (as well as what lecturers do when they’re not lecturing).