

Reading classes and thesis work is not listed
Classes Fall 2017
Math. 7350, Complex Analysis

Tuesday and Thursday: 10:3011:50 129 Allen

The syllabus is available here.
 Material and information will be posted on
Moodle.
Classes Summer 2017
Math. 2065, section 1, Elementary Differential Equations

M T W Th, F: 11:0012:00 Lockett 243

The syllabus is available here.
 Material and information will be posted on
Moodle.
Classes Fall 2016
Math. 1552, sections 14, Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
 This course is team taught with Professor L. Smolinsky.

M T W Th, 8:309:20 Lockett 16, 9:3010:20 Lockett 237, section 3, 10:3011:20, Lockett 232, and section 4, 11:3012:20 Lockett 15
The syllabus for sections 3 and 4 is available here. Material and information will be posted on
Moodle.
Math. 7370 , Lie Groups and Representation Theory

TTH, 3:004:20 Lockett 132
Classes Spring 2016
Math. 4032, Advanced Calculus II

TTH, 12:00 to 1:20, in 218 Stubbs
The syllabus is available here
Classes Fall 2015
Math 7050, Complex Analysis

TTH, 9:00 to 10:20, in Lockett 119
The syllabus is available here
Math 4035, Advanced Calculus of nvariables

TTH, 1:30 to 2:50, in Lockett 138
The syllabus is available here
Classes Summer 2015
Math 20651, Elementary Differential Equations

MTWTHF, 11:00 to noon, 0138 Lockett Hall
The syllabus is available here
 old tests some with the solution.
 Here is the table of Laplace transforms that will be used on the
tests.
 Here is some extra information for the final. It contains
a list of problems from sections 8 and 9 and some practice problems.
 You can find the solution to most of
the extra problems here.
Classes Fall 2014
Math 33552, Probability

TuesdayThursday, noon1:20, 0112 Lockett Hall
The syllabus is available here
 More material will be posted as the semester moves on.
Math 7375, Fourier Analysis and Wavelets

TuesdayThursday, 10:30noon, 119 Lockett Hall
The syllabus is available here
Classes Fall 2013
Math 4035, Advanced Calculus of nvariables
Math 7370, Lie groups and Representation Theory

TuesdayThursday, 3:004:20, 38 284 Lockett
 Syllabus , html version
 Exercises #1 .
 Exercises #2 .
 Very preliminary Lecture Notes .
Classes Fall 2012
Math 7311, Real Analysis I

MondayWendesdayFriday, 11:3012:20, 113 Lockett
 Syllabus , html version
 5th homework set , due Modnay, Sept. 24 at 11:30 (in class).
 Ideas how to solve , exercises from homeworks 14.
 Ideas how to solve , exercises from homeworks 57.
 Ideas how to solve , exercises from homeworks 811.
 Ideas how to solve , exercises from homework 12.
 Ideas how to solve , the midterm problems.
 Ideas how to solve , some of the extra problems. By a mistake the first few problems are listed two times.
 Ideas how to solve , the the problems from the final.
Classes Spring 2012
Math 7550, Differential Geometry

Tuesday and Thursday, 12:10 to 1:30, Lockett 132
 Syllabus , html version
Classes Fall 2011
VIR cuourse, All you need to know about SL(2,R)
Classes Summer 2011
Math 15523, CALCULUS II
Classes Fall 2010
Math 2065, Elementary Differential Equations.
Math 7390, Harmonic Analysis  I
 TTH : 12:101:30 PM, Lockett 239
 Sylabus .
Classes Fall 2009
Math 7370, Lie Groups and Representations.
 TTH, 10:4012:00 in 111 Lockett.
 Sylabus .
Math 2025, Wavelets Made Easy
Math 49991, Physics and Group Representations.
Classes Fall 2008
Math 7390, Applied Harmonic Analysis: The Heat Equation
Math 155022, CalculusI
Classes Spring 2008
Math 7350, Complex Analysis
Seminar on Symmetric Spaces
HONS 3035, 3D Imaging.
Classes Fall 2007
Harmonic Analysis I, Fourier Analysis.
Math 2058,
Honor class on Multidimensional Calculus
Classes Spring 2006
Math 4032, Advanced Calculus, II
Math 73901, Harmonic Analysis II
 Sylabus ,
 Here is a preliminary version
of the part of Chapter 6 that deals with
measure and integration.
Classes Fall 2005
Math 2057, Multidimensional Calculus
Lectures on
the
heat equation given at The University of Tokyo,
summer 2006
Coloquium
lecture given at MIT.
The topic is a joint work with H. Schlichtkrull, Copenhagen,
on the heat equation.
Lecture one containing motivation form Xray tomography, the defininition,
inversion formula and support properties.
Informal lectures on the Radon
Transform.
Lecture one containing motivation form Xray tomography, the defininition,
inversion formula and support properties.
Lecture two discussing support properties of the Radon transform and
few more things.
Lecture three . We discuss how to actually invert the
Radon transform, and say few words about sampling.
Triple Wavelet Sets
A presentation given at
the workshop on Harmonic analysis and applications in Baton Rouge, Jan. 2007.
The LSU Harmonic Analysis Page.
This is a link to the Harmonic Analysis page at LSU. This page includes
teaching material and other information for students. You need a valid
LSUmath account to log in on this page.
Older teaching material and lecture notes.

