Danny Stevenson

Dr Danny Stevenson is a Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics at the University of Adelaide, where he earned his PhD in 2000. Prior to returning to Adelaide he held academic positions in Scotland and in the United States. His research interests are in the subjects of category theory and homotopy theory; in particular he is interested in the new field of ∞-categories which lies at the intersection of these two subjects.

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MathTrackX: Statistics (edX)

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MathTrackX: Statistics (edX)
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Understand fundamental concepts relating to statistical inference and how they can be applied to solve real world problems. This course will build on probability and random variable knowledge gained from previous courses in the MathTrackX XSeries with the study of statistical inference, one of the most important parts of [...]

MathTrackX: Probability (edX)

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MathTrackX: Probability (edX)
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Understand probability and how it manifests in the world around us. This course introduces probability and how it manifests in the world around us. Beginning with discrete random variables, together with their uses in modelling random processes involving chance and variation, you will start to uncover the framework [...]

MathTrackX: Integral Calculus (edX)

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MathTrackX: Integral Calculus (edX)
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Discover concepts and techniques relating to integration and how they can be applied to solve real world problems. This course is part four of the MathTrackX XSeries Program which has been designed to provide you with a solid foundation in mathematical fundamentals and how they can be applied in [...]

MathTrackX: Differential Calculus (edX)

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MathTrackX: Differential Calculus (edX)
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Discover concepts and techniques relating to differentiation and how they can be applied to solve real world problems. This course will cover basic concepts and techniques relating to differentiation; a fundamental tool of calculus. Derivatives are key to the understanding of rates of change, that is the extent to [...]