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Graduate Courses, Summer 2012-Spring 2013

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James Oxley

Summer 2012

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

Fall 2012

For Detailed Course Outlines, click on course numbers.

Core courses and Breadth courses are listed in bold.

  • 4997-1 Vertically Integrated Research: Representations of Algebras. Profs. Yakimov and Muller.
  • 4997-2 Vertically Integrated Research: Reflection Groups. Profs. Achar and Sage.
  • 4997-3 Vertically Integrated Research: Theory of distributions. Profs Rubin and Olafsson.
  • 4997-4 Vertically Integrated Research: Algorithms and computations in knot theory. Profs Stoltzfus and Dasbach, Drs. Kearney and Tsvietkova.
  • 4997-5 Vertically Integrated Research: Resonance in wave scattering. Prof. Shipman.
  • 7001 Communicating Mathematics I. Prof. Oxley.
  • 7210 Algebra I. Prof. Madden.
  • 7280 Introduction to Sheaf Theory. Prof. Achar
  • 7290-1 Algebraic Number Theory. Prof. Morales
  • 7290-2 Lie Algebras. Prof. Yakimov
  • 7311 Real Analysis I. Prof. Olafsson.
  • 7325 Numerical Analysis & Applications -- Finite Element Method. Prof. Sung.
  • 7350 Complex Analysis. Prof. Antipov.
  • 7360 Probability Theory. Prof. Sengupta.
  • 7380 Applied Stochastic Analysis. Prof Sundar.
  • 7384 Topics in Material Science -- Topics in rational mechanics: Elasticity and Plasticity. Prof. Bourdin.
  • 7386 Theory of Partial Differential Equations. Prof. Shipman.
  • 7490 Matroid Theory. Prof. Oxley
  • 7510 Topology I. Prof. Cohen.
  • 7520 Algebraic Topology. Prof. Dani.
  • 7590 Braid Groups. Prof. Kearney.
  • 7999-n Assorted Individual Reading Classes
  • 8000-n Assorted Sections of MS-Thesis Research
  • 9000-n Assorted Sections of Doctoral Dissertation Research

Spring 2013

For Detailed Course Outlines, click on course numbers.

Core courses and Breadth courses are listed in bold.

  • 4997-5 Vertically Integrated Research: Reflection Groups. Profs. Achar and Sage.
  • 4997-6 Vertically Integrated Research: Prof. Lawson
  • 4997-7 Vertically Integrated Research: Algorithms and computations in knot theory. Profs Stoltzfus and Dasbach, Drs. Kearney and Tsvietkova.
  • 4997-8 Vertically Integrated Research: Representations of Algebras: Quivers. Profs. Yakimov and Muller.
  • 7002 Communicating Mathematics II. Prof. Oxley.
  • 7211 Algebra II. Prof. Hoffman.
  • 7280-1 Introduction to Schemes. Prof. Muller
  • 7280-2 D-Modules. Prof. Sage
  • 7290 Modular Forms and Elliptic Curves. Prof. Mahlburg
  • 7320 Ordinary Differential Equations. Prof. Wolenski.
  • 7330 Functional Analysis. Prof. Estrada.
  • 7380-2 Tempered distributions and integral transforms of generalized functions. Prof Rubin
  • 7384 Topics in Material Science: Extreme Geometries and Optimal Materials. Prof. Lipton.
  • 7390-2 Stochastic Analysis. Prof. Sengupta.
  • 7400 Graph Theory. Prof. Oporowski.
  • 7490 Graph Minors. Prof. Ding
  • 7512 Topology II. Prof. Litherland.
  • 7550 Differential Geometry. Prof. Vela-Vick.
  • 7590-1 Geometric Topology—Knot Theory. Prof. Dasbach.
  • 7590-2 Topological Quantum Field Theory. Prof. Gilmer.
  • 7710 Numerical Linear Algebra. Prof. Wan.
  • 7999-n Assorted Individual Reading Classes
  • 8000-n Assorted Sections of MS-Thesis Research
  • 9000-n Assorted Sections of Doctoral Dissertation Research