Tejinder Neelon, Ph.D.
Office: Science 2 Room 319
Professor Tejinder Neelon received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University, New Jersey. He has published research articles in the area of Several Complex Variables, Differential Analysis and Geometry. His current interest is in partial regularity of maps between manifolds.
Professor Neelon has been involved in designing and developing graduate and undergraduate courses and he participated in several workshops and conferences on calculus reform. He has a taught wide variety of courses such as math for elementary school teachers, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and graduate courses in analysis, algebra and topology.
He has worked extensively on two grants involving content enhancement for schools teachers. One for middle school teachers (CaMSP) and the other for high school teachers (CAPI). He was a Co-PI for CaMSP/K-12 Alliance grant (2006-2008) for Vista Unified School District funded by the No Child Left Behind Act.
He has held visiting positions at Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, Panjab University, Chandigarh, Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, and Mathematical Sciences Institute, Chennai. He has given invited talks at universities and research institutes in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, and India.