New York University – Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York, NY, USA

Master of Science in Mathematics GPA: 3.97/4.0

Coursework: Algebra I, Intro. to Mathematical Analysis I, II, Complex Variables I, II, Linear Algebra, Elementary Number Theory

I, Topology I, Partial Differential Equations I, Methods of Applied Mathematics.

American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Economics – Cum Laude

Coursework: Calculus I, II, III, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Numerical Analysis,

Differential Equations, Math. Statistics, Math. Logic, Stochastic Models, Statistics, Econometrics, Time Series, Financial Calculus,

Quant. Methods in Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, Financial and Managerial Accounting

Instructor at Art of Problem Solving (AoPS), USA

Teaching the following classes: MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 Advanced, AMC 10 Problem Series, Introduction to Algebra A, Prealgebra 1, Prealgebra 2, Algebra A.

Instructor at Different Directions Homeschool Co-op, New York, NY

Taught the following courses: Middle School Math, High School Math.

Private Tutor, New York, NY, USA

Mathematics Tutor – AMC, Undergraduate, Grades 5-12

Tutoring private students in the following subjects: American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) problems; undergraduate level

Calculus I and II; high school level Algebra I, II, Trigonometry and Physics; middle school level Mathematics and Geometry.

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences – New York University, New York, NY, USA

Grader at Mathematics Department – Algebra I

Graded homework and exams in a course by Prof. Greenleaf.

Adjunct Instructor at Mathematics Department – Calculus I, Math for Economics I, Quant Reasoning Math in Nature

Taught recitation classes in courses by Prof. Kalaycioglu. Graded and developed exams and quizzes.

Credit Suisse, New York, NY, USA

Business Analysis & Engineering Intern – Information Technology Chief Operating OfficeTeam

Worked as part of a team that provides business and IT managers with tools, processes, and solutions to achieve world-class efficiency.

American University in Bulgaria – Mathematics Department, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Teaching Assistant – Linear Algebra

In 2010 graded exams and homework in assistance to Prof. T. Ivanova. In 2008 taught students of Prof. B. Kotzev.

Teaching Assistant – Calculus III, Calculus I

Assisted Prof. A. Ganchev with grading exams and homework, as well as taught through help sessions.

Master’s Thesis in Mathematics

“A Model Equation of Transonic Plasma Flow” – Used asymptotic approximations to confirm the validity of the numerical solution to

the model partial differential equation for an equilibrium state with transonic plasma flow. Advised by Prof. E. Hameiri.

Senior Project in Mathematics

“Symmetries of 3D-space and Platonic Solids” – Utilized abstract algebra notions to find symmetries of 3D figures, mainly platonic

solids. Advised by Prof. V. Iliev.

Gold Medal – International Mathematics Project Competition IMPC-2005, Almaty, Kazakhstan

“Diophantine Geometrical Figures” – Received Gold Medal after presenting the project and taking 2^{nd} place among 50

Mathematics projects from 20 countries. Classified the properties of geometric figures with natural number side lengths.

place on National Mathematics Olympiad. Played chess professionally for 3 years achieving a 1^{st} place on Chess Team Tournament.

awarded on the basis of academic achievement and scholarship test performance.

Georgian Foundation to Support Education and Solidarity Scholarship – Awarded for living expenses during undergraduate studies on the basis

of superior performance in mathematics olympiads and competitions during high school.

Honors: Dean’s List at American University in Bulgaria – two times

Chess Club President

Arranged regular meetings for club members to play chess. Personally taught club members famous chess openings. Hired

a professional chess coach providing formal instruction to members. Organized on-campus Chess Tournament.

Student Representative of the Mathematics Department

Represented student interests by participating in meetings of the Mathematics Department and making specific proposals.