Spring 2016 Graduate Courses

If you have questions or comments, please send them to Michelle Klinger. Minor scheduling changes may occur before the start of the term.

Course #Course TitleInstructorTimeRoom
MATH 6120 Complex Analysis Strichartz TR 1:25-2:40 MLT206
MATH 6140 Topics in Analysis:
Lectures on Painlevé's Problem
Muscalu TR 11:40-12:55 MLT205
MATH 6200 Partial Differential Equations Saloff-Coste MWF 10:10-11:00 MLT205
MATH 6220 Applied Functional Analysis Roberts TR 1:25-2:40 MLT230
MATH 6320 Algebra Zywina TR 2:55-4:10 MLT207
MATH 6410 Enumerative Combinatorics Meszaros TR 10:10-11:25 MLT205
MATH 6500 Lie Groups Knutson TR 11:40-12:55 MLT206
MATH 6510 Algebraic Topology I Riley MWF 1:25-2:15 MLT205
MATH 6720 Probability Theory II Pike MWF 12:20-1:10 MLT207
MATH 7120 Seminar in Analysis: Representation Theory
of Real and p-adic Reductive Groups
Barbasch TR 2:55-4:10 MLT205
MATH 7390 Topics in Algebra: Abelian Varieties Shokrieh TR 10:10-11:25 MLT206
MATH 7520 Berstein Seminar in Topology: Four-Manifolds Holm TR 8:40-9:55 MLT205
MATH 7580 Topics in Topology: Three-Dimensional Manifolds Manning MW 8:40-9:55 MLT205
MATH 7620 Seminar in Geometry: Outer Space
and Cohomology in $\mathrm{Aut}(F_n)$
Kassabov MWF 11:15-12:05 MLT205
MATH 7740 Statistical Learning Theory Wegkamp TR 2:55-4:10 MLT230
MATH 7820 Seminar in Logic Moore T 2:55-4:10
W 4:00-5:15
MATH 7830 Model Theory Moore MWF 11:15-12:05 MLT206