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Graduate Courses, Summer 2011-Spring 2012

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All inquiries about our graduate program are warmly welcomed and answered daily:
grad@math.lsu.edu

James Oxley

Summer 2011

For Detailed Course Outlines, click on course numbers.

  • 4999-1 Problem Lab in Real Analysis-1—practice for PhD Qualifying Exam in Analysis. Prof. Cygan.
  • 4999-2 Problem Lab in Topology-1—practice for PhD Qualifying Exam in Topology. Prof. Gilmer.
  • 4999-3 Problem Lab in Algebra-1—practice for PhD Qualifying Exam in Algebra. Prof. Perlis.
  • 7999-n Assorted Individual Reading Classes
  • 8000-n Assorted Sections of MS-Thesis Research
  • 9000-n Assorted Sections of Doctoral Dissertation Research

Fall 2011

For Detailed Course Outlines, click on course numbers.

Core courses and Breadth courses are listed in bold.

  • 4997-1 Vertically Integrated Research: Electromagnetic Waves in Heterogeneous Structures. Dr. Welters, Prof. Lipton and Prof. Shipman.
  • 4997-2 Vertically Integrated Research: The fundamental lemma and affine Springer fibers. Profs. Sage and Achar.
  • 4997-3 Vertically Integrated Research: Cluster Algebras. Prof. Yakimov and Dr.Muller.
  • 4997-4 Vertically Integrated Research: Links on a Torus and Dimer Invariants. Profs. Dasbach and Stoltzfus.
  • 4997-5 Vertically Integrated Research: All you ever need to know about SL(2,R). Dr. Harris and Profs. He and Olafsson.
  • 7001 Communicating Mathematics I. Prof. Oxley.
  • 7210 Algebra I. Prof. Madden.
  • 7280 Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry. Prof. Hoffman.
  • 7290-2 Noncommutative Ring Theory. Prof. Yakimov.
  • 7311 Real Analysis I. Prof. Richardson.
  • 7350 Complex Analysis. Prof. Estrada.
  • 7360 Probability Theory. Prof. Sundar.
  • 7380-2 Applied Stochastic Analysis. Prof Kuo.
  • 7380-3 Topics in Computational Mathematics—Shape Optimization. Prof Walker.
  • 7380-4 Finite Difference Methods. Prof. Wan.
  • 7384 Topics in Material Science. Prof. Antipov.
  • 7386 Theory of Partial Differential Equations. Prof. Lipton.
  • 7390 Topics in Lie Groups and Their Applications. Prof. He.
  • 7490 Linear and Integer Programming. Prof. Ding.
  • 7510 Topology I. Prof. Litherland.
  • 7520 Algebraic Topology. Prof. Dasbach.
  • 7590 Differential Topology. Prof. Gilmer.
  • 7999-n Assorted Individual Reading Classes
  • 8000-n Assorted Sections of MS-Thesis Research
  • 9000-n Assorted Sections of Doctoral Dissertation Research

Spring 2012

For Detailed Course Outlines, click on course numbers.

Core courses and Breadth courses are listed in bold.

  • 4997-1 Vertically Integrated Research: All you ever need to know about SL(2,R). Dr. Harris and Profs. He and Olafsson.
  • 4997-2 Vertically Integrated Research: The fundamental lemma and affine Springer fibers. Dr. Bremer, Prof. Achar and Prof. Sage
  • 4997-6 Vertically Integrated Research: Cluster Algebras. Dr. Muller, Prof. Yakimov and Prof. Dan-Cohen.
  • 4997-4 Vertically Integrated Research: Knot invariants coming from Lie algebras. Prof. Dasbach, Prof. Stoltzfus, and Dr. Kearney.
  • 4997-5 Vertically Integrated Research: Domain Decomposition Methods. Prof. Brenner.
  • 7002 Communicating Mathematics II. Prof. Oxley.
  • 7211-2 Algebra II. Prof. Achar.
  • 7280 Homological Algebra. Prof. Muller.
  • 7290-1 Langlands Program. Prof. Sage.
  • 7290-2 Computational Number Theory. Prof. Morales.
  • 7290-3 Mathematical Logic and Model Theory. Prof. Delzell.
  • 7320 Ordinary Differential Equations. Prof. Malisoff.
  • 7330-2 Functional Analysis. Prof. Davidson.
  • 7380-1 Partial Differential Equations. Prof. Nguyen.
  • 7384 Topics in Material Science. Prof. Shipman.
  • 7390 Stochastic Analysis. Prof. Sundar.
  • 7400 Graph Theory. Prof. Oporowski.
  • 7490 The Tutte Polynomial for Matroids and Graphs. Prof. Oxley.
  • 7512 Topology II. Prof. Dani.
  • 7550 Differential Geometry. Prof. Olafsson.
  • 7590-1 Geometric Topology—Topological Robotics. Prof. Cohen.
  • 7590-2 Theoretical & Computational Aspects of 2 and 3-manifolds. Prof. Stoltzfus.
  • 7710 Numerical Linear Algebra. Prof. Sung.
  • 7999-n Assorted Individual Reading Classes
  • 8000-n Assorted Sections of MS-Thesis Research
  • 9000-n Assorted Sections of Doctoral Dissertation Research