Spring 2012 Graduate Courses

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Course # Course Title Instructor Time Room
MATH 6120 Complex Analysis Hubbard MWF 12:20-1:10 MLT205
MATH 6200 Partial Differential Equations Healey TR 11:40-12:55 MLT205
MATH 6220 Applied Functional Analysis Wahlbin MWF 12:20-1:10 MLT206
MATH 6320 Algebra Sen, Shankar MWF 10:10-11:00 MLT205
MATH 6410 Enumerative Combinatorics Swartz TR 2:55-4:10 MLT230
MATH 6500 Lie Groups Knutson TR 10:10-11:25 MLT205
MATH 6510 Algebraic Topology I West, J TR 8:40-9:55 MLT205
MATH 6620 Riemannian Geometry Cao TR 1:25-2:40 MLT206
MATH 6720 Probability Theory II: Stochastic Processes Steinhurst MWF 11:15-12:05 MLT205
MATH 6740 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics Wegkamp TR 2:55-4:10 MLT205
MATH 7120 Seminar in Analysis Hubbard MWF 10:10-11:00 MLT206
MATH 7130 Functional Analysis Gross, L TR 1:25-2:40 MLT205
MATH 7290 Seminar on Scientific Computing and Numerics Vladimirsky M 11:15-12:05 UPS315
MATH 7310 Topics in Profinite Groups and Serre's Conjecture — starts January 31 Kassabov TR 10:10-11:25 MLT230
MATH 7320 Seminar in Algebra: Free resolutions in combinatorics and algebraic geometry Peeva TR 11:40-12:55 MLT206
MATH 7350 Topics in Algebra: Introduction to Integrable Systems Berest MWF 1:25-2:15 MLT205
MATH 7390 Topics in Algebra Dennis MWF 1:25-2:15 MLT206
MATH 7520 Berstein Seminar in Topology Holm MW 8:40-9:55 MLT205
MATH 7560 Topology and Geometric Group Theory Seminar TR 1:25-2:40 MLT203
MATH 7580 Topics in Topology Thurston TR 11:40-12:55 MLT230
MATH 7670 An Intermediate Course in Algebraic Geometry: Curves and Surfaces Stillman TR 8:40-9:55 MLT206
MATH 7720 Seminar in Probability and Statistics M 4:00-5:00 MLT406
MATH 7820 Seminar in Logic Shore T 2:55-4:10
W 4:00-5:15
MATH 7830 Model Theory Shore TR 10:10-11:25 MLT206