Joel Dokmegang, Ph.D
Mathematical Modelling | Computational Sciences
Currently I am not holding any teaching position. However, I have some experience with teaching both online and in-person classes as a Teaching Assistant.
April 20 - June 16, 2021: ImageInLife - Imaging the Vertebrate embryo: from biological material to modelling, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) hosted by France Université Numérique (FUN).
This course is the result of a collaboration between 14 PhD students form several institutions across Europe. My contributions were on modelling techniques in biological development and modelling the formation of multicellular rosettes in week 5.
August 24 - 28, 2020: Modelling the formation of multicellular rosettes, a course given during the Summer School on Modelling Shape and Size in Biological Development.
This course was a technical introduction to MG#, our open-source modelling and simulation tool, aimed at enabling student to use the tool to simulate multicellular rosette formation. During the summer school, I also tutored students on our project, lead by Dr. Rene Doursat.
2019 - 2020: Introduction to Programming at Manchester Metropolitan University.
For this course I was a Teaching Assistant (TA) under Dr. Matthew Shardlow, helping students with their labs, and occasionally delivering small parts of the lecture. In this course, we introduced students to the concepts of programming, and Object Oriented Programming in particular through the Java programming language.
Teaching a class
February - July, 2019: An embedded system for drive testing applied to the assessment of mobile networks QoS, Kwite Kamte Loic at the National Advanced School of Engineering of Yaounde.
My involvement in this project spanned project design, project funding (out of my personal funds), proposal, student recruitment and student supervision alongside with Prof. Edouard Kouamou.