## Jeff Erickson's Teaching

I mostly teach graduate and advanced undergraduate courses in algorithms.

- Spring 2013 - TBA
- Fall 2012 - CS 473: Undergraduate Algorithms
- Spring 2012 - on sabbatical
- Fall 2011 - on sabbatical
- Spring 2011 - CS 598: Advanced Data Structures
- Fall 2010 - CS 573: Graduate Algorithms
- Spring 2010 - CS 473: Undergraduate Algorithms
- Fall 2009 - CS 598: Computational Topology
- Spring 2009 - CS 473: Undergraduate Algorithms
- Fall 2008 - CS 573: Graduate Algorithms
- Spring 2008 - CS 598: Computational Geometry
- Fall 2007 - CS 173: Discrete Mathematical Structures
- Spring 2007 - CS 473G: Graduate Algorithms
- Fall 2006 - CS 473U: Undergraduate Algorithms
- Spring 2006 - CS 573: Topics in Analysis of Algorithms (Advanced data structures)
- Fall 2005 - CS 473G: Graduate Algorithms
- Spring 2005 - on sabbatical
- Fall 2004 - on sabbatical
- Spring 2004 - CS 473U: Undergraduate Algorithms
— In January 2004, UIUC renumbered all courses —- Fall 2003 - CS 473: Topics in Analysis of Algorithms (Algorithms for massive data)
- Spring 2003 - CS 497: Concrete Models of Computation
- Fall 2002 - CS 373: Combinatorial Algorithms
- Spring 2002 - CS 497: Computational Geometry
- Fall 2001 - CS 473: Topics in Analysis of Algorithms (Dynamic data structures and online algorithms)
- Spring 2001 - CS 373: Combinatorial Algorithms
- Fall 2000 - CS 373: Combinatorial Algorithms
- Spring 2000 - CS 497: Computational Geometry
- Fall 1999 - CS 173: Discrete Mathematical Structures
- Spring 1999 - CS 373: Combinatorial Algorithms
- Fall 1998 - CS 497: Geometric Data Structures
## Related stuff

- I maintain a large collection of algorithms lecture notes, homeworks, and exams, most recently revised in January 2011.
- I have some very bright students!
- I'm occasionally in charge of the theory qualifying exam.

As for a picture, if it isn't worth a thousand words, the hell with it.- Ad Reinhardt, quoted by Edward Tufte

Visual Explanations (Graphics Press, 1996)

Give a man a fish, and he'll eat for a day.

Teach a man to fish, and he'll eat for a lifetime.

Teach a man toteach, and the whole village will eat forever,

but you'll be out of a job.- folklore

Jeff Erickson (jeffe@cs.uiuc.edu) 21 Mar 2012