Timetable Information Spring 2019

Math 124. Finite Mathematics

Evening exams for Math 124 will be combined and held from 7 - 8 PM on Thursdays:   Feb 14, Mar 14, Apr 18

Math 595 Graduate Topics Courses

Course Section CRN Title and Description
Math 595 ADT 61537 Algebraic and Differential Topology in Data Analysis (Baryshnikov)
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Math 595 BSC 51267 Bridgeland Stability Conditions and Applications (Katz)
(1st 8 wks) See full course description
Math 595 COS 64840 Cohomology of Schemes (Nevins)
(1st 8 wks) See full course description
Math 595 DET 46008 Countable Borel Equivalence Relations (Tserunyan)
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Math 595 GCS 54382 Geometry of Curves and Surfaces (Cliff)
(2nd 8 wks) See full course description
Math 595 HCM 39568 The Hypergraph Container Method and its Applications (Balogh)
(1st 8 wks) See full course description
Math 595 HCT 39566 Higher category theory and quasicategories (Rezk)
(1st 8 wks) See full course description
Math 595 KM 51271 Geometric Representation Theory, Enumerative Geometry and Quivers (McGerty)
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Math 595 MNA 63805 Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Applications to Differential Equations (Kirr)
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Math 595 SAE 57626 Smooth and Etale Extensions (Dutta)
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Merit Workshop Classes

The Merit Workshop is an interactive group learning environment for selected students. For general information regarding the Merit Workshop Program, consult the Merit Program website

Registration in Merit Workshop sections requires approval from the Merit Workshop Director (see contact information below). Concurrent enrollment for 1 hour of credit in the Merit Section of Math 199 is required for Math 220, Math 221, Math 231 and Math 241.

Merit Workshop Director: Jennifer McNeilly
326 Altgeld Hall
217-244-1659
jrmcneil@illinois.edu