(former winners\gagnants anciens)

Winner of the Class of 1965 Award For Teaching Excellence - RMCC, for the year 2019 is
La gagnante du prix de l'excellence en enseignement de la promotion de 1965 - CMRC en 2019 est

 

Dr. Jing Gai

Assistant Professor,   Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Professeur adjoint, département de mathématiques et informatique

EDUCATION


PhD in Mathematics
Operational Research, Applied Probabilities

Royal Military College,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Thesis: Single and Multi-Server Bulk-Service Queues and their Computational Analysis

Master of Science in Engineering; Digital Signal Processing and Wireless Communications
Royal Military College,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Bachelor of Engineering in Optical Engineering
Beijing Institute of Technology,
Beijing, China

Dr. Jing Gai
has taught math at RMC for over ten years. First as a Lecturer from 2007-2014 and then as Assistant Professor since 2015. Her courses cover a broad range of topics at various levels such as, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms, Fourier Analysis, Probability, Statistics, Modeling and Simulations.


RESEARCH INTEREST

• Queueing theory.
• Signal processing for wireless and cellular communications.
• Mathematical modelling, scientific computing and simulations.



TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

Dr.Jing Gai prides herself on her roles as a Learner, Mother, Engineer and Mathematician. She feels all of her roles come together as a teacher. She views herself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students.

To quote from her Teaching Statement

“Teaching mathematics is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. Good teachers need to fill multiple roles, as a parent, coach, disciplinarian, counselor, advisor, and friend to their students. Mathematics teachers should be teaching more than just mathematics in their classrooms. When teaching I try to include many of the roles I listed above for a "good" teacher, but I know I am still far from the best and need to continue to improve in many aspects. For me, teaching is an enjoyable challenge with infinitely rewarding outcomes. My students are my constant motivation to be a better teacher, and I am trying, always!”


FORMATION


PhD en Mathématiques
Recherche Opérationnelle, probabilités appliquées

Collège militaire royal du Canada
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Mémoire: Serveurs unique et multiples pour des files d’attentes en services groupés et analyse de leur complexité

Maîtrise de Sciences de l'ingénieur; Traitement des signaux numériques et Communications sans fil
Collège militaire royal du Canada,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Maîtrise de Sciences en Mathématiques appliquées
Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Baccalauréat en ingénierie optique
Beijing Institute of Technology,
Beijing, China


Dr. Jing Gai
a enseigné les mathématiques au CMRC pendant plus de dix ans. D'abord enseignante de 2007 à 2014, puis professeure assistante depuis 2015. Ses cours couvrent un large éventail de sujets à différents niveaux, tels que l'algèbre linéaire, le calcul, les équations différentielles, les transformations de Laplace, l'analyse de Fourier, la probabilité, les statistiques, la modélisation et les simulations.

AXE DE RECHERCHE

• Théorie de la file d'attente.
• Traitement du signal pour les communications sans fil et cellulaires.
• Modélisation mathématique,science de la résolution de problèmes informatiques et simulations.


PHILOSOPHIE D'ENSEIGNEMENT

Dr.Jing Gai est fière de ses rôles d'apprenante, de mère, d'ingénieur et de mathématicienne. Elle a l'impression que tous ses rôles sont réunis en tant qu'enseignante. Elle se considère principalement comme une facilitatrice de l'apprentissage, plutôt que comme une experte qui fournit simplement des informations aux étudiants..

Pour citer sa déclaration d'enseignement

“Teaching mathematics is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. Good teachers need to fill multiple roles, as a parent, coach, disciplinarian, counselor, advisor, and friend to their students. Mathematics teachers should be teaching more than just mathematics in their classrooms. When teaching I try to include many of the roles I listed above for a "good" teacher, but I know I am still far from the best and need to continue to improve in many aspects. For me, teaching is an enjoyable challenge with infinitely rewarding outcomes. My students are my constant motivation to be a better teacher, and I am trying, always!”

Former Winners\Gagnant(e)s ancien(ne)s

1992: Dr. W. C. Moffatt
1993: Dr. R.D. Weir
1994: Dr. E.J. Errington
1995: Dr. G. Drolet
1996: Dr. G. Quillard
1997: Dr. M. Hurley
1998: Dr. P. Dunnet
1999: Capt. R.G. Goyette
2000: Dr. Lucien Haddad
2001: LCdr. J.M.P Langlois
2002: Dr. David Wehlau
2003: Dr. Thomas Racey
2004: Dr. James Finan
2005: Dr. Stephen Bonnycastle
2006: Dr. Ron Weir
2007: Dr. Robert Gervais
2008: Dr. Jane Boulden & Major Alain Gosselin
2009: Capt Kirsen Topping
2010: Dr. Heather Evans
2011: Dr. Huw Osborne
2012: Dr. Yahia Antar
2013 Dr. William (Billy) D. E. Allan
2014 Dr. Soundouss El Kettani
2015 Maj Andy Belyea, PhD
2016 Mr. Kurt Schobel
2017 Dr. Jennifer Scott
2018 Dr. Nicholas Vlachopoulos

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