ESP Biography
IAN WILLIAMS, Math major with a minor in Chinese
Major: 18 College/Employer: MIT Year of Graduation: 2023 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
I am passionate about many different areas of mathematics, notably probability/ statistics, calculus, linear algebra, number theory, and logic. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)X15575: Taekwondo in Spark 2023 (Mar. 18  19, 2023)
Students will learn the kicking and punching techniques used in Sport Taekwondo competition, as well as traditional forms and stances. Class is dynamic and upbeat, and the students will get a good workout.
Class is intended to be introductory, so students that have done a significant amount of Taekwondo before will probably not find the class to be very interesting.
M15130: pRoPoSiTiOnAL LoGiC in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19  20, 2022)
You are at a crossroads. One path leads to free bubble tea. One path leads to an empty room with a oneway (shatterproof) window through which you can see people drinking free bubble tea.
Two judgmental talking trickster frogs are at the crossroads. One only tells the truth, and the other only tells lies. You can only ask one frog one question.
Goal: Get free bubble tea with your new frog friends!
Material includes propositions, truth value, logical operators, truth tables, logic puzzles, tautologies, equivalences, arguments, rules of inference, and fallacies.
M14936: pRoPoSiTiOnAL LoGiC in Spark 2022 (Mar. 12  13, 2022)
You are at a crossroads. One path leads to free bubble tea. One path leads to an empty room with a oneway (shatterproof) window through which you can see people drinking free bubble tea.
Two judgmental talking trickster frogs are at the crossroads. One only tells the truth, and the other only tells lies. You can only ask one frog one question.
Goal: Get free bubble tea with your new frog friends!
Material includes propositions, truth value, logical operators, truth tables, logic puzzles, tautologies, equivalences, arguments, rules of inference, and fallacies.
M14795: pRoPoSiTiOnAL LoGiC in Splash 2021 (Nov. 20  21, 2021)
You are at a crossroads. One path leads to free bubble tea. One path leads to an empty room with a oneway (shatterproof) window through which you can see people drinking free bubble tea.
Two judgmental talking trickster frogs are at the crossroads. One only tells the truth, and the other only tells lies. You can only ask one frog one question.
Goal: Get free bubble tea with your new frog friends!
