Dr. Mitchell is active in innovative pedagogy. He was awarded a “One Year Plus Teaching Fellowship” at New Mexico State University in 2015 and has been elevated to be a Distinguished Member of the NMSU Teaching Academy. He previously received the “Striving for Excellence in College and University Teaching” award from the University of Notre Dame.

Short Courses/Workshops

For academic community outreach, I have developed several short courses based on my research interests that have been delivered to a variety of academics from different backgrounds and geographical locations. Please get in touch if you would like me to deliver such a course at your institution.

  • “Spatially Coupled LDPC Codes: From Theory to Practice,” 1 day short course, 2017 European School of Information Theory, Mardid, Spain, May 2017.
  • “GIAN Short Course: Advanced Topics in Coding Theory,” 3 day short course, IIT Kanpur, India, October 2016.
  • “Spatially Coupled Sparse Codes on Graphs: A Convolutional Coding Perspective,” 1 day conference workshop, IEEE Military Communications Conference, San Diego, CA, Nov. 2013.

Regular Classes

2015-Present New Mexico State University, USA

Assistant Professor
  • EE 571 Random Signal Analysis
  • EE 586 Information Theory (Eval: 3.96/4.0)
  • EE 571 Random Signal Analysis (Eval: 3.78/4.0)
  • EE 572 Modern Coding Theory (Eval: 4.0/4.0)
  • EE 571 Random Signal Analysis (Eval: 3.59/4.0)

2012-2015 University of Notre Dame, USA

Visiting Assistant Professor
  • EE 80654 Coding Theory (Eval: 4.5/5.0)
  • MATH 10360 Calculus B (Eval: 4.5/5.0)
  • MATH 10250 Elements of Calculus I (Eval: 4.3/5.0)
  • MATH 10360 Calculus B (Eval: 4.2/5.0)

2011 San Diego State University, USA

Adjunct Faculty
  • MATH 521b Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 522 Number Theory

2008-2009 The University of Edinburgh, UK

Teaching Assistant
  • U01678 Applicable Mathematics 1
  • U01679 Mathematical Methods 1
  • U01689 Mathematics for Elec/Mech Eng 3
  • U01690 Mathematics for Elec/Mech Eng 4

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