David Titley-Peloquin

Faculty Lecturer (Freshman Program & Bioresource Engineering)

T: 514-398-7976  |  david.titley-peloquin [at] mcgill.ca (Email)  |  Macdonald-Stewart Building, MS1-022

Degrees

PhD Computer Science (McGill University)
BSc Joint Major in Physics and Computer Science (McGill University)

Short Bio

David Titley-Peloquin obtained his PhD from McGill University’s School of Computer Science in 2010.  He then spent one year as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Oxford and three years at the European Center for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computing (CERFACS) in Toulouse, France.  Since January 2015 he is a Faculty Lecturer at McGill University’s Macdonald Campus.

Awards and Recognitions

2010 Cecil Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award

Research Interests

David Titley-Peloquin is interested in the use of numerical methods for scientific computing.  He is also studies uncertainty quantification – understanding how uncertainties in the data (such as measurement errors or parameter uncertainty) affect these methods.  David is also interested in the use of active learning strategies for the mathematics and science classroom and laboratory.

Current Research

David Titley-Peloquin is currently working on problems related to numerical linear algebra, uncertainty quantification, numerical optimisation, data assimilation, and computational statistics. Recently he has also started investigating the design and implementation of active learning strategies for STEM disciplines and the effective use of learning technologies in the classroom and laboratory.

Courses

AEMA 202 Intermediate Calculus 3 Credits
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AEMA 305 Differential Equations 3 Credits
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AEPH 112 Introductory Physics 1 4 Credits
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AEPH 113 Physics 1 4 Credits
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AEPH 114 Introductory Physics 2 4 Credits
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AEPH 115 Physics 2 4 Credits
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BREE 103 Linear Algebra 3 Credits
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BREE 319 Engineering Mathematics 3 Credits
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Publications

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