MATH 4361
Naomi Jochnowitz
MW 4:50PM  6:05PM

Prerequisites: MTH 237 or equivalent. Undergrads must have permission of Instructor. Description: Rings and modules, group theory, fields and Galois theory.
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MATH 4401
Jonathan Pakianathan
MW 12:30PM  1:45PM

Prerequisites: MTH 265 or equivalent. Permission of instructor required for Undergraduates. Description: The first half of the course will study the general topological notions of topological space, metric spaces, quotient spaces, connectedness, compactness, manifolds and topological groups. The second half of the course will be an introduction to the differential topology of smooth manifolds. Topics include Sard’s theorem, transversality, intersection theory and applications such as the JordanBrouwer separation theorem, the BorsukUlam theorem and the PoincareHopf theorem. This course will not cover the theory of differential forms, distributions or integration on manifolds which is usually covered in our spring graduate differentiable manifolds course instead.
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 Gavett Hall Room 206 (MW 12:30PM  1:45PM)

MATH 4431
Douglas Ravenel
MW 2:00PM  3:15PM

Prerequisites: MTH 436 and MTH 440. Permission of instructor required for Undergraduates. Description: The combinatorial structure of complexes and the homology of polyhedra; applications of algebraic techniques in topology to classification of surfaces, fixed point theory, and analysis.
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MATH 4711
Dan Geba
TR 9:40AM  10:55AM

Prerequisites: MTH 265 or equivalent. Description: Lebesgue measure on the line; measure spaces; integration; convergence theorems; RadonNikodym theorem; differentiation; Fubini's theorem; function spaces.
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 Hylan Building Room 202 (TR 9:40AM  10:55AM)

MATH 4721
Allan Greenleaf
MW 10:25AM  11:40AM

Banach spaces; dual spaces; Riesz representation theorem; Hilbert spaces; Fourier series; projective and unitary operators; spectral analysis of completely continuous selfadjoint operators. Applications.
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MATH 4831
Alex Iosevich
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MATH 4921
Doug Haessig
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Prerequisites: Open to firstyear graduate students only. Description: This course is a requirement for math Ph.D. students during their first fall in the Ph.D. program. The course will advise them on various aspects of their professional development. It will address:a) Research practices and development: Creating a CV, creating a professional webpage, milestones for grad school, grants and funding, conferences.b) Teaching: Responsibilities, techniques, etc.c) Community: Attendance of colloquia, seminars, meeting with faculty, etc.d) Other: Discussion of arXiv, mathsci net, latex, peer support network, etc.

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Prerequisites: Open to second year graduate students only. Description: Students will attend a selection of research talks and colloquia on current research in Mathematics. Required of math Ph.D. students during their 2nd fall in the Ph.D. program

MATH 5061
Carl Mueller
MW 3:25PM  4:40PM

Topics are related to recent research in the field.
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MATH 5071
Arjun Krishnan
TR 9:40AM  10:55AM

FirstPassage Percolation (FPP) is a simple shortest path problem on a graph: pick a graph; put some random weights on its edges to mimic the time to cross edges; pick any two vertices and _nd the shortest time (weight) path between them. The passage time between vertices is a random metric on the graph, and the shortesttime paths are geodesics for this metric. One usually studies the statistics of the passage time and the behavior of geodesics on Zd. This simple model has incredible connections to 1) the zeros of the zeta function 2) random matrix theory 3) representation theory and combinatorics 4) HamiltonJacobi PDEs. The model was proposed in the 60s, but the main questions in the _eld are almost entirely open. In this course, I will loosely follow the review \50 years of _rstpassage percolation", and then move on to the research level questions in towards the end of the course. Along the way, I intend to cover: (1) Shortest path and ow algorithms, (2) Geodesic dynamics through ergodic theory, and (3) HamiltonJacobi PDEs and nonlinear eigenvalue problems. The course will be mostly probabilistic and analytic. The prerequisites are the basic real analysis and probability courses: 471 and 406. However, I think you can easily manage if you've only taken one of these.
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MATH 5311
Naomi Jochnowitz
MW 2:00PM  3:15PM

Valuations, ideal theory, divisors. Class number, unit theorem. Geometric applications.
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MATH 5491
Frederick Cohen
MWF 11:50AM  12:40PM

The main direction of this subject is a development of topological spaces known as momentangle complexes as well as toric manifolds. Momentangle complexes are unions of products of circles, and 2disks"indexed" by a finite simplicial complex. Momentangle complexes admit actions of products of circles with orbit spaces frequently known as toric manifolds. These spaces and their properties are at the interface of topology, geometry, algebraic topology as well as combinatorics. The goal of the course is to develop some of the main structure theorems in the subject. There will be a strong emphasis on examples which will be developed in class.
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MATH 59101
Frederick Cohen
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Allan Greenleaf
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Alex Iosevich
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Stephen Kleene
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Naomi Jochnowitz
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Sevak Mkrtchyan
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Jonathan Pakianathan
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Juan Rivera Letelier
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Douglas Ravenel
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Sema Salur
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Thomas Tucker
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Arjun Krishnan
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Xuwen Chen
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Carl Mueller
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MATH 59115
Dan Geba
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Dinesh Thakur
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Michael Gage
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Saul Lubkin
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Steven Gonek
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Arjun Krishnan
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Sevak Mkrtchyan
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Stephen Kleene
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Doug Haessig
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Xuwen Chen
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Alex Iosevich
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Allan Greenleaf
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Carl Mueller
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Dan Geba
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Douglas Ravenel
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Frederick Cohen
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Jonathan Pakianathan
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Juan Rivera Letelier
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Michael Gage
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Saul Lubkin
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Sema Salur
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Steven Gonek
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Thomas Tucker
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Naomi Jochnowitz
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Naomi Jochnowitz
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Arjun Krishnan
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Sevak Mkrtchyan
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Stephen Kleene
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Doug Haessig
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Xuwen Chen
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Alex Iosevich
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Allan Greenleaf
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Carl Mueller
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Dan Geba
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Dinesh Thakur
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Douglas Ravenel
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Frederick Cohen
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Jonathan Pakianathan
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Juan Rivera Letelier
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Michael Gage
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Saul Lubkin
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Sema Salur
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Steven Gonek
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Thomas Tucker
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Stephen Kleene
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Sevak Mkrtchyan
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Doug Haessig
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Naomi Jochnowitz
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Xuwen Chen
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Alex Iosevich
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Allan Greenleaf
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Carl Mueller
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Dan Geba
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Dinesh Thakur
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Douglas Ravenel
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Frederick Cohen
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Jonathan Pakianathan
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Juan Rivera Letelier
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Michael Gage
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Saul Lubkin
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