Martin Kobylecky started teaching mathematics at MSJHS in the fall of 1999. He has previously taught mathematics and physics for programs at both the high school and university levels. His M.S. in Applied Mathematics is from C.S.U. Hayward. His areas of special interest include physics, optimization theory, and mathematical economics. He has undergraduate degrees from both U.C. Santa Barbara and C.S.U. Hayward.
Mr. Kobylecky enjoys nature, traveling and reading. He has spent almost four years living in Europe. He has traveled in Europe, Russia, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and Asia. One of his favorite adventures was taking a train from Budapest, Hungary (where he was a U.C. exchange student) to Moscow. From Moscow, he took a train on the Trans-Siberian Railroad to Beijing. After traveling in China for a month, he returned to the U.S. from Hong Kong.