I have been afforded numerous opportunities to teach computational biophysics, in and out of the classroom. I served as teaching assistant for a number of workshops and, near the end of my tenure at the University of Illinois, led the training efforts of the Resource.

**- Written materials -**

I have either contributed to or written entirely a number of tutorials in the use of modeling software or case studies on specific scientific topics.
- Forcing Substrates Through Channels
- A Tutorial on Alchemical Free Energy Perturbation Calculations in NAMD
- A Tutorial on Adaptive Biasing Force Calculations in NAMD
- Ubiquitin
- Light Harvesting Complex 2

**- Workshops (post Urbana) -**

- CMC Membrane Protein Modeling Workshop. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, May 2012.
This was a one-day workshop focused on membrane proteins as part of a larger conference, Frontiers in Membrane Protein Dynamics.

- Computational Modeling of Biological Systems. Center for High-Performance Computing, Cape Town, South Africa, Jul. 2011.
I developed and executed this workshop in collaboration with Leonardo Trabuco (Univ. of Heidelberg) along with Jean Watermeyer and Trevor Sewell (Univ. of Cape Town).

**- Workshops (Training grant) -**

During this period, I was personally funded by a supplemental training grant from NIH for developing training materials and assisting with workshops.- Computational Biophysics Workshop. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, Dec. 2010.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, Nov. 2010.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, July 2010.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Pittsburgh, PA, May 2010.

**- Workshops -**

- Computational Biophysics Workshop. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, Aug. 2009.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, July 2009.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, Nov. 2007.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 2006.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Max Planck Institute, Frankfurt, Germany, Mar. 2006.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 2005.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Lake Tahoe, CA, May 2005.
- Computational Biophysics Workshop. Boston, MA, Dec. 2004.

**- Courses (Graduate school) -**

- Physics 550, Molecular Biophysics. Spring, 2006, 2008, 2009.

A course on biophysics for graduate students in physics. I was a teaching assistant which involved communicating with students, preparing solutions, and grading homeworks. - Physics 598NSM, Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics, Fall 2007.

A graduate-level course for which I managed the class, prepared homework solutions, graded assignments, and interacted with students. - Physics 212 (Electricity and Magnetism, Fall 2003) An introductory calculus-based EM course for those in engineering and science. I led four discussion sections of approximately 20-25 students each.