Spring 2018

Begins on: 
Tue, 2018-01-09
Course Title Days/Times Location Instructor Class
1A  001 LEC Calculus MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Valley Life Sciences 2050 Richard H Bamler 26380
1B  001 LEC Calculus MoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PM Pimentel 1 26393
1B  002 LEC Calculus MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Pimentel 1 Mark Haiman 26394
10B  001 LEC Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Li Ka Shing 245 Kelli Talaska 26428
10B  002 LEC Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Valley Life Sciences 2050 Zvezdelina E Stankova 26429
16A  001 LEC Analytic Geometry and Calculus TuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PM Valley Life Sciences 2050 Theodore Slaman 26452
16B  001 LEC Analytic Geometry and Calculus MoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PM Valley Life Sciences 2050 Jon A Wilkening 26466
16B  002 LEC Analytic Geometry and Calculus MoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PM Dwinelle 155 Xinyi Yuan 26467
24  001 SEM Freshman Seminars Th 10:00AM - 11:59AM Evans 939 Francisco A Grunbaum 26498
32  001 LEC Precalculus MoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PM LeConte 3 26500
39A  001 SEM Freshman/Sophomore Seminar Th 02:00PM - 03:59PM Dwinelle 89 Alexander B Givental 41599
53  001 LEC Multivariable Calculus MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PM Dwinelle 155 Zvezdelina E Stankova 26512
53  002 LEC Multivariable Calculus TuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PM Dwinelle 155 Nikhil Srivastava 26513
H53  001 LEC Honors Multivariable Calculus TuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PM Evans 70 Ved Datar 32324
54  001 LEC Linear Algebra and Differential Equations MoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AM Wheeler 150 Alexander Paulin 26549
54  002 LEC Linear Algebra and Differential Equations MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Wheeler 150 Alexander Paulin 26550
55  001 LEC Discrete Mathematics TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Valley Life Sciences 2050 Lauren K. Williams 26585
98BC  001 DIS Berkeley Connect Tu 06:00PM - 06:59PM 26618
98BC  002 DIS Berkeley Connect We 06:00PM - 06:59PM 26619
C103  001 LEC Introduction to Mathematical Economics TuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PM Evans 10 Haluk I. Ergin 32482
104  001 LEC Introduction to Analysis TuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AM Hearst Mining 310 David Dynerman 26623
104  002 LEC Introduction to Analysis TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Evans 740 Steven N Evans 26624
104  003 LEC Introduction to Analysis TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Etcheverry 3107 Alan Hammond 26625
104  004 LEC Introduction to Analysis MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Hearst Mining 310 Marina Iliopoulou 26626
104  005 LEC Introduction to Analysis TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Hearst Mining 310 Khoa L Nguyen 26627
104  006 LEC Introduction to Analysis TuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AM Etcheverry 3109 Charles S. Hadfield 33122
104  007 LEC Introduction to Analysis MoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PM Cory 247 Paul A Vojta 40152
105  001 LEC Second Course in Analysis MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PM Evans 3 Brent A Nelson 26628
110  001 LEC Linear Algebra MoWe 05:00PM - 06:29PM Dwinelle 155 Edward Frenkel 26629
113  001 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra MoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AM Cory 289 Alexander B Givental 26640
113  002 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Cory 241 Khrystyna Serhiyenko 26641
113  003 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Evans 1015 Virginia C Harrison 26642
113  004 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra TuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AM Cory 241 Carolyn R Abbott 26643
113  005 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra TuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PM Evans 1015 Virginia C Harrison 26644
113  006 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Hearst Mining 310 26645
113  007 LEC Introduction to Abstract Algebra TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Etcheverry 3111 33137
H113  001 LEC Honors Introduction to Abstract Algebra MoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PM Evans 70 Mariusz Wodzicki 26646
114  001 LEC Second Course in Abstract Algebra MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Evans 3 Emiliano Gomez 32332
115  001 LEC Introduction to Number Theory MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Evans 9 Alexander B Givental 26647
121B  001 LEC Mathematical Tools for the Physical Sciences TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Cory 241 Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson 26649
126  001 LEC Introduction to Partial Differential Equations MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Cory 241 Casey Jao 32333
128A  001 LEC Numerical Analysis MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PM Stanley 105 John A Strain 26650
128B  001 LEC Numerical Analysis MoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PM Cory 289 Ming Gu 26659
136  001 LEC Incompleteness and Undecidability TuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PM Cory 241 John Steel 32334
142  001 LEC Elementary Algebraic Topology TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Evans 70 James I. Conway 32336
143  001 LEC Elementary Algebraic Geometry MoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PM Evans 3 39415
153  001 LEC Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum III MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Evans 65 Ole H Hald 26664
160  001 LEC History of Mathematics MoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PM Evans 3 Ole H Hald 26666
170  001 LEC Mathematical Methods for Optimization MoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AM Cory 247 Lawrence C Evans 32337
172  001 LEC Combinatorics MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Evans 3 Marina Iliopoulou 26667
185  001 LEC Introduction to Complex Analysis TuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PM Etcheverry 3111 Andrey Smirnov 26668
185  002 LEC Introduction to Complex Analysis MoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PM Evans 332 Michael J Klass 26669
185  003 LEC Introduction to Complex Analysis MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Cory 247 Tim Laux 26670
185  004 LEC Introduction to Complex Analysis MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Hearst Mining 310 Tim Laux 26671
185  005 LEC Introduction to Complex Analysis TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Cory 247 John W. Lott 33123
H185  001 LEC Honors Introduction to Complex Analysis TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Evans 3 Charles S. Hadfield 39416
191  001 SEM Experimental Courses in Mathematics TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Evans 2 John W. Lott 26672
198BC  001 DIS Berkeley Connect Tu 07:00PM - 07:59PM 26701
198BC  002 DIS Berkeley Connect We 07:00PM - 07:59PM 26702
202B  001 LEC Introduction to Topology and Analysis TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Cory 289 Marc A Rieffel 26726
205  001 LEC Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable MoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PM Evans 70 Dan-Virgil Voiculescu 32433
208  001 LEC C*-algebras TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Evans 5 Marc A Rieffel 39250
C218B  001 LEC Probability Theory TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Evans 344 David J Aldous 26727
219  001 LEC Dynamical Systems TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Evans 891 Fraydoun Rezakhanlou 39251
221  001 LEC Advanced Matrix Computations TuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PM Genetics & Plant Bio 107 Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson 39252
222B  001 LEC Partial Differential Equations MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Evans 4 Lawrence C Evans 26728
C223B  001 LEC Advanced Topics in Probablity and Stochastic Processes TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Evans 344 James W Pitman 26729
225B  001 LEC Metamathematics TuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PM Evans 31 John Steel 26730
228B  001 LEC Numerical Solution of Differential Equations TuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AM Cory 247 James Sethian 26731
250B  001 LEC Multilinear Algebra and Further Topics TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Evans 70 Vivek V. Shende 26732
254B  001 LEC Number Theory TuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PM Evans 31 Sug Woo Shin 32440
256B  001 LEC Algebraic Geometry MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AM Evans 31 Paul A Vojta 26733
257  001 LEC Group Theory MoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PM Evans 31 Mariusz Wodzicki 39253
270  001 LEC Hot Topics Course in Mathematics MoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AM Evans 5 Robion C Kirby 26734
274  001 LEC Topics in Algebra TuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PM Evans 5 26735
277  001 LEC Topics in Differential Geometry TuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AM Evans 31 26736
278  001 LEC Topics in Analysis TuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PM Evans 31 Francis Michael Christ 39255
375  001 LEC Teaching Workshop Th 05:00PM - 06:59PM Evans 5 26914

Calculus

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMValley Life Sciences 2050Richard H Bamler26380
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: Three and one-half years of high school math, including trigonometry and analytic geometry, plus a satisfactory grade in one of the following: CEEB MAT test, an AP test, the UC/CSU math diagnostic test, or 32. Consult the mathematics department for details. Students with AP credit should consider choosing a course more advanced than 1A

Description: This sequence is intended for majors in engineering and the physical sciences. An introduction to differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable, with applications and an introduction to transcendental functions.

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Calculus

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001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMPimentel 1 26393
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 1A

Description: Continuation of 1A. Techniques of integration; applications of integration. Infinite sequences and series. First-order ordinary differential equations. Second-order ordinary differential equations; oscillation and damping; series solutions of ordinary differential equations.

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Calculus

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002 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMPimentel 1Mark Haiman26394
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 1A

Description: Continuation of 1A. Techniques of integration; applications of integration. Infinite sequences and series. First-order ordinary differential equations. Second-order ordinary differential equations; oscillation and damping; series solutions of ordinary differential equations.

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Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics

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001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMLi Ka Shing 245Kelli Talaska26428
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: Continuation of 10A

Description: Elementary combinatorics and discrete probability theory. Introduction to graphs, matrix algebra, linear equations, difference equations, and differential equations.

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Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics

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002 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMValley Life Sciences 2050Zvezdelina E Stankova26429
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: Continuation of 10A

Description: Elementary combinatorics and discrete probability theory. Introduction to graphs, matrix algebra, linear equations, difference equations, and differential equations.

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Analytic Geometry and Calculus

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001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Theodore Slaman26452
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

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Prerequisites: Three years of high school math, including trigonometry, plus a satisfactory grade in one of the following: CEEB MAT test, an AP test, the UC/CSU math diagnostic exam, or 32. Consult the mathematics department for details

Description: This sequence is intended for majors in the life and social sciences. Calculus of one variable; derivatives, definite integrals and applications, maxima and minima, and applications of the exponential and logarithmic functions.

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Analytic Geometry and Calculus

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001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Jon A Wilkening26466
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

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Prerequisites: 16A

Description: Continuation of 16A. Application of integration of economics and life sciences. Differential equations. Functions of many variables. Partial derivatives, constrained and unconstrained optimization.

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Analytic Geometry and Calculus

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002 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMDwinelle 155Xinyi Yuan26467
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

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Prerequisites: 16A

Description: Continuation of 16A. Application of integration of economics and life sciences. Differential equations. Functions of many variables. Partial derivatives, constrained and unconstrained optimization.

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Freshman Seminars

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001 SEMTh 10:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 939Francisco A Grunbaum26498
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

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Description: The Berkeley Seminar Program has been designed to provide new students with the opportunity to explore an intellectual topic with a faculty member in a small-seminar setting. Berkeley Seminars are offered in all campus departments, and topics vary from department to department and semester to semester.

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Precalculus

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001 LECMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMLeConte 3 26500
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: Three years of high school mathematics, plus satisfactory score on one of the following: CEEB MAT test, math SAT, or UC/CSU diagnostic examination

Description: Polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry and trigonometric functions. Complex numbers, fundamental theorem of algebra, mathematical induction, binomial theorem, series, and sequences.

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Freshman/Sophomore Seminar

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001 SEMTh 02:00PM - 03:59PMDwinelle 89Alexander B Givental41599
UnitsEnrollment Status
2-4Open

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Description: This is a NON-math seminar. The title is: Russian Poetry in English

This seminar is for you if you are open-minded, and don't read Russian. Lovers of English poetry are also welcome (though might end up disappointed). Most of the time we will be learning to enjoy the sound of Russian poetry in verse English translation. The plan is to start with a brief acquaintance with eleven great Russian poets, mapped against the two-century-long historical timeline. Then we will focus more deeply on some translations from Pushkin, Brodsky, Akhmadulina, Tsvetaeva (a lot), Tarkovsky, and the Bards (at which point guitar-playing skills may come handy). We will also have opportunities to theorize and debate on the general nature of poetry, prosody, translation, and to practice writing (or translating) Russian poetry in(to) English. The seminar can be also viewed as an experiment on interlingual hybridization with the students and the instructor in the role of guinea pigs. Participation will be the measure of success.  

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Multivariable Calculus

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001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMDwinelle 155Zvezdelina E Stankova26512
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: Mathematics 1B

Description: Parametric equations and polar coordinates. Vectors in 2- and 3-dimensional Euclidean spaces. Partial derivatives. Multiple integrals. Vector calculus. Theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.

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Multivariable Calculus

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002 LECTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 155Nikhil Srivastava26513
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: Mathematics 1B

Description: Parametric equations and polar coordinates. Vectors in 2- and 3-dimensional Euclidean spaces. Partial derivatives. Multiple integrals. Vector calculus. Theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.

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Honors Multivariable Calculus

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001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 70Ved Datar32324
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 1B

Description: Honors version of 53. Parametric equations and polar coordinates. Vectors in 2- and 3-dimensional Euclidean spaces. Partial derivatives. Multiple integrals. Vector calculus. Theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.

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Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

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001 LECMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMWheeler 150Alexander Paulin26549
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 1B

Description: Basic linear algebra; matrix arithmetic and determinants. Vector spaces; inner product as spaces. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors; linear transformations. Homogeneous ordinary differential equations; first-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Fourier series and partial differential equations.

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Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

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002 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMWheeler 150Alexander Paulin26550
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 1B

Description: Basic linear algebra; matrix arithmetic and determinants. Vector spaces; inner product as spaces. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors; linear transformations. Homogeneous ordinary differential equations; first-order differential equations with constant coefficients. Fourier series and partial differential equations.

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Discrete Mathematics

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001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Lauren K. Williams26585
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: Mathematical maturity appropriate to a sophomore math class. 1A-1B recommended

Description: Logic, mathematical induction sets, relations, and functions. Introduction to graphs, elementary number theory, combinatorics, algebraic structures, and discrete probability theory.

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Berkeley Connect

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001 DISTu 06:00PM - 06:59PM  26618
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Closed

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Description: Berkeley Connect is a mentoring program, offered through various academic departments, that helps students build intellectual community. Over the course of a semester, enrolled students participate in regular small-group discussions facilitated by a graduate student mentor (following a faculty-directed curriculum), meet with their graduate student mentor for one-on-one academic advising, attend lectures and panel discussions featuring department faculty and alumni, and go on field trips to campus resources. Students are not required to be declared majors in order to participate.

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Berkeley Connect

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002 DISWe 06:00PM - 06:59PM  26619
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Closed

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Description: Berkeley Connect is a mentoring program, offered through various academic departments, that helps students build intellectual community. Over the course of a semester, enrolled students participate in regular small-group discussions facilitated by a graduate student mentor (following a faculty-directed curriculum), meet with their graduate student mentor for one-on-one academic advising, attend lectures and panel discussions featuring department faculty and alumni, and go on field trips to campus resources. Students are not required to be declared majors in order to participate.

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Introduction to Mathematical Economics

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001 LECTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 10Haluk I. Ergin32482
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: Math 53 and 54

Description: Selected topics illustrating the application of mathematics to economic theory. This course is intended for upper-division students in Mathematics, Statistics, the Physical Sciences, and Engineering, and for economics majors with adequate mathematical preparation. No economic background is required.

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Introduction to Analysis

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001 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMHearst Mining 310David Dynerman26623
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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002 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 740Steven N Evans26624
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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003 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEtcheverry 3107Alan Hammond26625
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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004 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMHearst Mining 310Marina Iliopoulou26626
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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005 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMHearst Mining 310Khoa L Nguyen26627
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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006 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEtcheverry 3109Charles S. Hadfield33122
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Introduction to Analysis

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007 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMCory 247Paul A Vojta40152
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: The real number system. Sequences, limits, and continuous functions in R and R. The concept of a metric space. Uniform convergence, interchange of limit operations. Infinite series. Mean value theorem and applications. The Riemann integral.

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Second Course in Analysis

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001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 3Brent A Nelson26628
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Differential calculus in Rn: the derivative as a linear map; the chain rule; inverse and implicit function theorems. Lebesgue integration on the line; comparison of Lebesgue and Riemann integrals. Convergence theorems. Fourier series, L2 theory. Fubini's theorem, change of variable.

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Linear Algebra

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001 LECMoWe 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 155Edward Frenkel26629
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Matrices, vector spaces, linear transformations, inner products, determinants. Eigenvectors. QR factorization. Quadratic forms and Rayleigh's principle. Jordan canonical form, applications. Linear functionals.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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001 LECMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMCory 289Alexander B Givental26640
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: I once taught an overflow section of math 113, where students came from different sections with already purchased different textbooks. Thus, I couldn't follow any particular one, and so I began to manage the corurse material, including recommended reading, and hw, thorugh website. It turned out I liked this format, and I intend to do the same this semster. Alexander Paulin generously allowed us to use his course notes  https://math.berkeley.edu/~apaulin/AbstractAlgebra.pdf , which will be extremely useful at least as a concise and well-written reference resource. We probably won't follow the notes too closely, as the plan is to dedicate the class time and hw to project-like exploration of mportant and non-trivilal examples. The content of the course will be mostly standard: groups, rings, and fields, perhaps with a brief deviation toward algebraic geometry at the end.

 

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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002 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMCory 241Khrystyna Serhiyenko26641
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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003 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 1015Virginia C Harrison26642
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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004 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMCory 241Carolyn R Abbott26643
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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005 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 1015Virginia C Harrison26644
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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006 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMHearst Mining 310 26645
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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007 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEtcheverry 3111 33137
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Sets and relations. The integers, congruences, and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Groups and their factor groups. Commutative rings, ideals, and quotient fields. The theory of polynomials: Euclidean algorithm and unique factorizations. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Fields and field extensions.

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Honors Introduction to Abstract Algebra

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 70Mariusz Wodzicki26646
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 54 or a course with equivalent linear algebra content

Description: Honors section corresponding to 113. Recommended for students who enjoy mathematics and are willing to work hard in order to understand the beauty of mathematics and its hidden patterns and structures. Greater emphasis on theory and challenging problems.

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Second Course in Abstract Algebra

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 3Emiliano Gomez32332
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 110 and 113, or consent of instructor

Description: Further topics on groups, rings, and fields not covered in Math 113. Possible topics include the Sylow Theorems and their applications to group theory; classical groups; abelian groups and modules over a principal ideal domain; algebraic field extensions; splitting fields and Galois theory; construction and classification of finite fields.

In Spring 2018, Math 114 will be focused on Galois theory, building toward the impossibility of solving the general quintic by radicals, and proving the impossibility of some famous geometric constructions along the way.

Office: 985 Evans

Office Hours: TBA

Required Text: Galois Theory, by Ian Stewart. 4th edition, CRC Press

Recommended Reading: 

Grading:  Based on weekly homework assignments, one or two midterms, and a final exam.

Homework: Weekly assignments.

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Introduction to Number Theory

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 9Alexander B Givental26647
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54, but the expected level of mathematical maturity is at leasta as high as in math 113.   

Description: This is the first time I teach number theory, and so I tried to select a text from among all those recommended by our experts who taught it before. Of course, I failed: Most of the texts turned out to be too long and focusing on too many boring details, some others didn't contain the material I wanted to cover. Finally I ended up with choosing the text  http://poincare.matf.bg.ac.rs/~zarkom/Book_Math_TheoryOfNumbers_ABaker.pdf , which is only 90 pages long, but covers all the desired imaterial (and a bit more) with complete and straightforward proofs. It is based on a quarter-long introductory course at Cambridge (UK) intended for all brands of future mathematicians. Yet, the book is very unusual, as it looks more like a research survey written in mid-19th century. It shows how seemingly diverse aspects of classical number theory could have come out of a natural line of quest by a single person, apparently Gauss.  It is hard to read, because each sentence requires some thinking, and each page asks for comments, as it often neglects to elucidate the underlying ideas and possible connections with other topics. So, the course is going to become an intensive exercise in group reading of a truly mathematical text, in the process of which we will attempt to uncover all the hidden ideas and connections - which is what understanding  a subject should mean.         

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Mathematical Tools for the Physical Sciences

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMCory 241Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson26649
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: Intended for students in the physical sciences who are not planning to take more advanced mathematics courses. Special functions, series solutions of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations arising in mathematical physics, probability theory.

Office: 1089 Evans

Office Hours: TBD

Required Text: Mary L. Boas, Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, 3e.

Grading: Letter grade. Final exam required.

Homework: Weekly

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Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMCory 241Casey Jao32333
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: Waves and diffusion, initial value problems for hyperbolic and parabolic equations, boundary value problems for elliptic equations, Green's functions, maximum principles, a priori bounds, Fourier transform.

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Numerical Analysis

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMStanley 105John A Strain26650
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: Programming for numerical calculations, round-off error, approximation and interpolation, numerical quadrature, and solution of ordinary differential equations. Practice on the computer.

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Numerical Analysis

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001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMCory 289Ming Gu26659
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 110 and 128A

Description: Iterative solution of systems of nonlinear equations, evaluation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices, applications to simple partial differential equations. Practice on the computer.

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Incompleteness and Undecidability

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001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMCory 241John Steel32334
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53, 54, and 55

Description: Functions computable by algorithm, Turing machines, Church's thesis. Unsolvability of the halting problem, Rice's theorem. Recursively enumerable sets, creative sets, many-one reductions. Self-referential programs. Godel's incompleteness theorems, undecidability of validity, decidable and undecidable theories.

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Elementary Algebraic Topology

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001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 70James I. Conway32336
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104 and 113

Description: The topology of one and two dimensional spaces: manifolds and triangulation, classification of surfaces, Euler characteristic, fundamental groups, plus further topics at the discretion of the instructor.

Required Text: Topology (2nd edition), by James Munkres

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Elementary Algebraic Geometry

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001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 3 39415
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 113

Description: Introduction to basic commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and computational techniques. Main focus on curves, surfaces and Grassmannian varieties.

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Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum III

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001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 65Ole H Hald26664
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 151, 152

Description: The real line and least upper bound, limit and decimal expansion of a number, differentiation and integration, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, characterizations of sine, cosine, exp, and log.

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History of Mathematics

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001 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 3Ole H Hald26666
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53, 54, and 113

Description: History of algebra, geometry, analytic geometry, and calculus from ancient times through the seventeenth century and selected topics from more recent mathematical history.

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Mathematical Methods for Optimization

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001 LECMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMCory 247Lawrence C Evans32337
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 53 and 54

Description: Linear programming and a selection of topics from among the following: matrix games, integer programming, semidefinite programming, nonlinear programming, convex analysis and geometry, polyhedral geometry, the calculus of variations, and control theory.

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Combinatorics

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001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 3Marina Iliopoulou26667
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 55

Description: Basic combinatorial principles, graphs, partially ordered sets, generating functions, asymptotic methods, combinatorics of permutations and partitions, designs and codes. Additional topics at the discretion of the instructor.

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Introduction to Complex Analysis

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001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEtcheverry 3111Andrey Smirnov26668
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Analytic functions of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem, power series, Laurent series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorem with application to definite integrals. Some additional topics such as conformal mapping.

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Introduction to Complex Analysis

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002 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 332Michael J Klass26669
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Analytic functions of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem, power series, Laurent series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorem with application to definite integrals. Some additional topics such as conformal mapping.

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Introduction to Complex Analysis

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
003 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMCory 247Tim Laux26670
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Analytic functions of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem, power series, Laurent series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorem with application to definite integrals. Some additional topics such as conformal mapping.

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Introduction to Complex Analysis

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
004 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMHearst Mining 310Tim Laux26671
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Analytic functions of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem, power series, Laurent series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorem with application to definite integrals. Some additional topics such as conformal mapping.

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Introduction to Complex Analysis

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
005 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMCory 247John W. Lott33123
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Analytic functions of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem, power series, Laurent series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorem with application to definite integrals. Some additional topics such as conformal mapping.

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Honors Introduction to Complex Analysis

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001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 3Charles S. Hadfield39416
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 104

Description: Honors section corresponding to Math 185 for exceptional students with strong mathematical inclination and motivation. Emphasis is on rigor, depth, and hard problems.

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Experimental Courses in Mathematics

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001 SEMTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 2John W. Lott26672
UnitsEnrollment Status
1-4Open

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Title:   Introduction to Mathematical Research via Knot Theory  (Taught by Morgan Weiler under the Supervision of Professor Lott)

Prerequisites:  Familiarity with mathematical proofs at the level of Math 55 and at least one of Math 110 or Math 113 (can be taken concurrently). Math 104 encouraged. Most importantly, curiosity and a willingness to work on open-ended problems!

Description:  Imagine you have tied a knot in a piece of string, then glued the ends of the string together so well that you can't tell it once had ends. When can you untie the string into a circle? How can you be sure, before you've actually untied the string? There is a rich mathematical history of studying the properties of such knots. This class will prepare you to do your own investigations into the theory of knots, culminating in a self-chosen open-ended project. Topics to be covered include representing knots and links, projections, Reidemeister moves, examples of knots, operations on knots, prime decomposition, fibered knots, fundamental group, simplicial homology, numerical invariants, polynomial invariants. Additional topics will be based on student interest, e.g. Khovanov homology, more polynomial invariants, knots in other three-manifolds, Floer homologies and knots, surgery and Kirby calculus, hyperbolic knots and volume, knots in contact and symplectic geometry, arithmetic topology, links of singularities, knots and gauge theory.

 

Office:   1039 Evans Hall (Morgan Weiler)

 

Office Hours:    To Be Announced

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Recommended Reading:   The Knot Book by Colin Adams

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Berkeley Connect

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001 DISTu 07:00PM - 07:59PM  26701
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

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Description: Berkeley Connect is a mentoring program, offered through various academic departments, that helps students build intellectual community. Over the course of a semester, enrolled students participate in regular small-group discussions facilitated by a graduate student mentor (following a faculty-directed curriculum), meet with their graduate student mentor for one-on-one academic advising, attend lectures and panel discussions featuring department faculty and alumni, and go on field trips to campus resources. Students are not required to be declared majors in order to participate.

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Berkeley Connect

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002 DISWe 07:00PM - 07:59PM  26702
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

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Description: Berkeley Connect is a mentoring program, offered through various academic departments, that helps students build intellectual community. Over the course of a semester, enrolled students participate in regular small-group discussions facilitated by a graduate student mentor (following a faculty-directed curriculum), meet with their graduate student mentor for one-on-one academic advising, attend lectures and panel discussions featuring department faculty and alumni, and go on field trips to campus resources. Students are not required to be declared majors in order to participate.

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Introduction to Topology and Analysis

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMCory 289Marc A Rieffel26726
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Math 202A and Math 110

Description: Measure and integration. Product measures and Fubini-type theorems. Signed measures; Hahn and Jordan decompositions. Radon-Nikodym theorem. Integration on the line and in Rn. Differentiation of the integral. Hausdorff measures. Fourier transform. Introduction to linear topological spaces, Banach spaces and Hilbert spaces. Banach-Steinhaus theorem; closed graph theorem. Hahn-Banach theorem. Duality; the dual of LP. Measures on locally compact spaces; the dual of C(X). Weak and weak-* topologies; Banach-Alaoglu theorem. Convexity and the Krein-Milman theorem. Additional topics chosen may include compact operators, spectral theory of compact operators, and applications to integral equations.

Office: 811 Evans

Office Hours: TBA

Recommended Text: Real and Functional Analysis 3rd ed. by Serge Lang, Springer-VerlagBasic Real Analysis by Anthony Knapp. Advanced Real Analysis by Anthony Knapp.  My understanding is that through an agreement between UC and Springer, chapters of the Lang text and the Knapp texts are available for free download by students. See the course webpage for the links to them. For those who have used the text Real Analysis by Folland for Math 202A, that text can also be quite useful for parts of Math 202B. 

 Comments: We will continue on from wherever this Fall's Math 202A ends, to develop the theory of measure and integration.We will also develop more general topology as needed. A major further subject will be an introduction to functional analysis, which consists of methods for dealing with infinite-dimensional topological vector spaces and linear operators on them. This will use both the general topology and the measure and integration that has been covered. It has wide applications, for example to harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, analysis on manifolds, and quantum physics. Some of the items we will discuss are Banach spaces, the closed-graph theorem,  the Hahn-Banach theorem and duality, duals of classical Banach spaces, weak topologies, the Alaoglu theorem, convexity and the Krein-Milman theorem. We will also discuss further related topics if time allows. In my lectures I will try to give well-motivated careful presentations of the material. 

Grading: Grading: I plan to assign roughly-weekly problem sets. Collectively they will count for 50% of the course grade. Students are strongly encouraged to discuss the problem sets and the course content with each other, but each student should write up their own solutions, reflecting their own understanding, to turn in. Even more, if students collaborate in working out solutions, or get specific help from others, they should explicitly acknowledge this help in the written work they turn in. This is general scholarly best practice. There is no penalty for acknowledging such collaboration or help. There will be a final examination on Wednesday May 9, 11:30-2:30 , which will count for 35% of the course grade. There will be a midterm exam, which will count for 15% of the course grade. There will be no early or make-up final examination. Nor will a make-up midterm exam be given; instead, if you tell me ahead of time that you must miss the midterm exam, then the final exam will count for 50% of your course grade. If you miss the midterm exam but do not tell me ahead of time, then you will need to bring me a doctor's note or equivalent in order to try to avoid a score of 0.

Accomodations: Students who need special accomodation for examinations should bring me the appropriate paperwork, and must tell me at least a week in advance of each exam what specific accomodation they need, so that I will have enough time to arrange it.

Course Webpage: math.berkeley.edu/~rieffel

The above information is subject to change.

Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

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SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 70Dan-Virgil Voiculescu32433
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Math 185

Description: This is a second course in complex analysis. Among the many possible choices for such a course, I will focus on conformal mapping, including the Riemann mapping teorem and on a few important classes of special functions.

Office: 783 Evans

Office Hours: TBA

Required Text: No required book. The basis for the course will be the notes you will take in class. Many of the topics covered can be found in the book by Ahlfors.

Recommended Reading: Lars V. Ahlfors "Complex Analysis" (3rd edition)

Grading: homework and participation in the discussions in class

Homework: there will be homework

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C*-algebras

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 5Marc A Rieffel39250
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Because Math 206 was not offered this past Fall, the prerequisite for this course will be Math 202A-B or equivalent. (In fact, it will be reasonable to take Math 208 concurrently with Math 202B if one studies ahead of time pages 65-83 and 95-107 in the book "Real and Functional Analysis" by S. Lang.) The consequence is that during the first several weeks of the course we will develop the theory of commutative C*-algebras, a topic usually covered in Math 206. (So we will not be able to cover as much advanced material at the end of the course.)

Description: Basic theory of C*-algebras. Positivity, spectrum, GNS construction. Group C*-algebras and connection with group representations. Additional topics, for example, C*-dynamical systems, K-theory.

Office: 811 Evans

Office Hours:  TBA

Recommended Text: None of the available textbooks follows closely the path that I will take through the material. The closest is probably: "C*-algebras by Example", K. R. Davidson, Fields Institute Monographs, A. M. S. I strongly recommend this text for its wealth of examples (and attractive exposition).

Grading: I plan to assign several problem sets. Grades for the course will be based on the work done on these. But students who would like a different arrangement are very welcome to discuss this with me. There will be no final examination.

Comments: The theory of operator algebras grew out of the needs of quantum mechanics, but by now it also has strong interactions with many other areas of mathematics. Operator algebras are very profitably viewed as "non-commutative (algebras"of functions" on) spaces", thus "quantum spaces". As a rough outline, we will first develop the basic facts about C*-algebras ("non-commutative locally compact spaces"), and examine a number of interesting examples. We will then briefly look at "non-commutative differential geometry". Finally, time permitting, we will glance at "non-commutative vector bundles" and K-theory ("noncommutative algebraic topology") . But I will not assume any prior knowledge of algebraic topology or differential geometry, and we are unlikely to have time to go into these last topics in any depth.(For a vast panorama of the applications I strongly recommend Alain Connes' 1994 book "Noncommutative Geometry", which is available on the web as a free download. Of course much has happened since that book was written, but it is still a very good guide to a large variety of applications.)

I will discuss a variety of examples, drawn from dynamical systems, group representations and mathematical physics. But I will somewhat emphasize examples which go in the directions of my current research interests, which involve certain mathematical issues which arise in string theory and related parts of high-energy physics. Thus one thread that will run throughthe course will be to see what the various concepts look like for quantum tori, which are the most accessible interesting non-commutative differentiable manifolds.

In spite of what is written above, the style of my lectures will be to give motivational discussion and complete proofs for the central topics, rather than just a rapid survey of a large amount of material.

Course Webpage: https://math.berkeley.edu/~rieffel/208ann18.html

Probability Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 344David J Aldous26727
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

For  details see the Course webpage below.

Official Description: The course is designed as a sequence with with Statistics C205A/Mathematics C218A with the following combined syllabus. Measure theory concepts needed for probability. Expection, distributions. Laws of large numbers and central limit theorems for independent random variables. Characteristic function methods. Conditional expectations, martingales and martingale convergence theorems. Markov chains. Stationary processes. Brownian motion.

 

Course Webpage: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~aldous/205B/index.html

Dynamical Systems

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001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 891Fraydoun Rezakhanlou39251
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

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Prerequisites: 214

Description: Diffeomorphisms and flows on manifolds. Ergodic theory. Stable manifolds, generic properties, structural stability. Additional topics selected by the instructor.

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Grading: Letter grade.

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Advanced Matrix Computations

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001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMGenetics & Plant Bio 107Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson39252
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Math 128A or equivalent knowledge of undergraduate numerical analysis, MATLAB or equivalent programming experience.

Description: Direct solution of linear systems, including large sparse systems: error bounds, iteration methods, least square approximation, eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices, nonlinear equations, and minimization of functions.

Office: 1089 Evans

Office Hours: TBD

Required Text: L. N. Trefethen and D. Bau III, Numerical Linear Algebra, SIAM 1998.

Recommended Reading: J. Demmel, Applied Numerical Linear Algebra, SIAM 1997, Y. Saad, Iterative Methods for Sparse Linear Systems, SIAM 2003, T. Davis, Direct Methods for Sparse Linear Systems, SIAM 2006.

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 7 extensive problem sets.

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Partial Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 4Lawrence C Evans26728
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 105 or 202A

Description: The theory of boundary value and initial value problems for partial differential equations, with emphasis on nonlinear equations. Second-order elliptic equations, parabolic and hyperbolic equations, calculus of variations methods, additional topics selected by instructor.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Advanced Topics in Probablity and Stochastic Processes

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 344James W Pitman26729
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites:  Stat 205/Math 218 AB

Description:   

Selected topics in stochastic processes, including...

Brownian motion and Levy Processes
Fluctuation theory
Point processes
Random measures
Markovian excursion theory
Brownian local times
Path transformations 
Bessel processes
Random partitions
Applications to Bayeian inference and Machine Learning

Office: 

Office Hours:   

Required Text:   Reading and problems from Kallenberg's Foundations of Modern Probability Theory, my Combinatorial Stochastic Processes and other sources.

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Metamathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 31John Steel26730
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 125B and 135

Description: Metamathematics of predicate logic. Completeness and compactness theorems. Interpolation theorem, definability, theory of models. Metamathematics of number theory, recursive functions, applications to truth and provability. Undecidable theories. Sequence begins fall.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Numerical Solution of Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMCory 247James Sethian26731
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 128A

Description: Ordinary differential equations: Runge-Kutta and predictor-corrector methods; stability theory, Richardson extrapolation, stiff equations, boundary value problems. Partial differential equations: stability, accuracy and convergence, Von Neumann and CFL conditions, finite difference solutions of hyperbolic and parabolic equations. Finite differences and finite element solution of elliptic equations.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Multilinear Algebra and Further Topics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 70Vivek V. Shende26732
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 250A

Description: Tensor algebras and exterior algebras, with application to linear transformations. Commutative ideal theory, localization. Elementary specialization and valuation theory. Related topics in algebra.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Number Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 31Sug Woo Shin32440
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 254A

Description: Valuations, units, and ideals in number fields, ramification theory, quadratic and cyclotomic fields, topics from class field theory, zeta-functions and L-series, distribution of primes, modular forms, quadratic forms, diophantine equations, P-adic analysis, and transcendental numbers. Sequence begins fall.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Algebraic Geometry

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 31Paul A Vojta26733
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 256A

Description: Affine and projective algebraic varieties. Theory of schemes and morphisms of schemes. Smoothness and differentials in algebraic geometry. Coherent sheaves and their cohomology. Riemann-Roch theorem and selected applications. Sequence begins fall.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Group Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 31Mariusz Wodzicki39253
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 250A

Description: Topics such as: generators and relations, infinite discrete groups, groups of Lie type, permutation groups, character theory, solvable groups, simple groups, transfer and cohomological methods.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Hot Topics Course in Mathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 5Robion C Kirby26734
UnitsEnrollment Status
2Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites:  Sufficient knowledge of the fundamental group and homology and cohomology.

Description: This course is meant to roughly be the old standard 215B, a successor to 215A.  It will cover some homotopy theory, some characteristic classes, some Morse/Cerf theory, some classical theorems like the s-cobordism theorem, with many examples and problems using low dimensional manifolds.  Students will be encourage to give talks.

Office:  919 Evans

Office Hours:   TBA

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading:  Hatcher, Algebraic Topology

Grading: Offered for satisfactory/unsatisfactory grade only.

Homework:   Yes

Course Webpage: 

Topics in Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 5 26735
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Special Title:   The topic for this special topics course is "Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry"  The instructor will be Chancellor's Professor Barbara Fantechi.

Prerequisites:  A working knowledge of algebraic geometry, such as chapters 1-3 of Hartshorne's Algebraic Geometry

Description:   I will review the construction of virtual classes, focusing on the example of Gromov Witten and, if time allows, Donaldson Thomas invariants.  Technical tools like derived categories, algebraic stacks, intersection theory and deformation theory will be included in the class.  

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Topics in Differential Geometry

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 31 26736
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Title:   The topic for this special topics course is "Complex/Kahler Geometry"  The instructor will Professor Song Sun.

Prerequisites: Math 241

Description: Advanced topics chosen by the instructor. The content of this course changes, as in the case of seminars.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Topics in Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 31Francis Michael Christ39255
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Special Title:   The topic for this special topics course is "Topics in Additive Combinatorics and Analysis"

Prerequisites:
 Math 202A completed, plus either Math 202B completed, or Math 202B in progress with permission of the instructor.

Description: 

Office:    809 Evans Hall

Office Hours:   To Be Announced

Required Text:   

Recommended Reading:   Additive Combinatorics by T. Yao and V. Vu

Grading: Letter grade.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Teaching Workshop

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTh 05:00PM - 06:59PMEvans 5 26914
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: 300, graduate standing and appointment as a Graduate Student Instructor

Description: Mandatory for all graduate student instructors teaching for the first time in the Mathematics Department. The course consists of practice teaching, alternatives to standard classroom methods, guided group and self-analysis of videotapes, reciprocal classroom visitations, and an individual project.

Office: 

Office Hours: 

Required Text: 

Recommended Reading: 

Grading: Offered for satisfactory/unsatisfactory grade only.

Homework: 

Course Webpage: 

Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMValley Life Sciences 2050Richard H Bamler26380
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 85 26381
102 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 81 26382
103 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 5 26383
104 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 85 26384
105 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 75 26385
106 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 87 26386
107 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 81 26387
108 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 85 26388
109 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMCory 285 26389
110 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMKroeber 238 26390
111 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 75 26391
112 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 71 26392

Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMPimentel 1 26393
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 2 26395
102 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 4 26396
103 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 2 26397
104 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 4 26398
105 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 5 26399
106 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 85 26400
107 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 2 26401
108 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 87 26402
109 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 3 26403
110 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMHildebrand B51 26404
111 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMHildebrand B56 26405
112 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMDwinelle 83 26406
113 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 2 26407
114 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 4 26408
115 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 6 26409
116 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 2 26410
117 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 4 26411
118 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 6 32493
119 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMLatimer 122 42172

Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMPimentel 1Mark Haiman26394
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
201 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 6 26412
202 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 71 26413
203 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 75 26414
204 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 6 26415
205 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 71 26416
206 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 75 26417
207 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 71 26418
208 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 6 26419
209 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 4 26420
210 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 9 26421
211 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMCory 285 26422
212 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMLatimer 105 26423
213 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMDwinelle 105 26424
214 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMDwinelle 205 26425
216 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 81 26427
217 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 85 32494
218 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 87 32495
219 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 71 32496
220 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 75 32497

Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMLi Ka Shing 245Kelli Talaska26428
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMLatimer 105 26430
102 DISMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMEvans 6 26431
103 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMEvans 71 26432
104 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMEvans 75 26433
106 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 81 26435
107 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 75 26436
108 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 85 26437
109 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 81 26438
110 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 87 26439
112 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 71 26441
113 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 75 32516
114 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 2 32517

Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMValley Life Sciences 2050Zvezdelina E Stankova26429
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
201 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 9 26442
202 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 3 26443
203 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 81 26444
204 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMCory 285 26445
205 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 6 26446
206 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 4 26447
207 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 75 26448
208 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 71 26449
209 DISTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 9 26450
210 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 85 26451
211 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 81 32527
212 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMLatimer 122 42174

Analytic Geometry and Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Theodore Slaman26452
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTu 08:00AM - 09:29AMHildebrand B51 26453
102 DISTu 08:00AM - 09:29AMLatimer 105 26454
103 DISTu 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 9 26455
104 DISTu 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 3 26456
105 DISTu 08:00AM - 09:29AMCory 285 26457
107 DISTu 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 85 26459
108 DISTu 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 81 26460
111 DISTu 05:00PM - 06:29PMCory 285 26463
112 DISTu 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 9 26464
113 DISTu 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 3 26465
114 DISTu 12:30PM - 01:59PMStanley 179 33070
115 DISTu 02:00PM - 03:29PMHaviland 321 33071

Analytic Geometry and Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Jon A Wilkening26466
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 70 26468
102 DISTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 87 26469
103 DISTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 70 26470
104 DISTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 87 26471
105 DISTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 9 26472
106 DISTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 3 26473
107 DISTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 9 26474
108 DISTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 71 26475
109 DISTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 75 26476
110 DISTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 81 26477
111 DISTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 85 26478
112 DISTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMLatimer 105 26479
113 DISTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMCory 285 26480
114 DISTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 70 26481
115 DISTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 87 26482

Analytic Geometry and Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMDwinelle 155Xinyi Yuan26467
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
201 DISTu 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 70 26483
202 DISTu 08:00AM - 09:29AMEvans 87 26484
203 DISTu 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 87 26485
204 DISTu 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 9 26486
205 DISTu 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 70 26487
206 DISTu 11:00AM - 12:29PMHildebrand B51 26488
207 DISTu 11:00AM - 12:29PMLatimer 105 26489
208 DISTu 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 71 26490
209 DISTu 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 75 26491
210 DISTu 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 87 26492
211 DISTu 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 9 26493
212 DISTu 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 3 26494
213 DISTu 03:30PM - 04:59PMCory 285 26495
214 DISTu 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 87 26496
215 DISTu 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 70 26497

Freshman Seminars

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 SEMTh 10:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 939Francisco A Grunbaum26498
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

Precalculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMLeConte 3 26500
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISMoWe 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 75 26501
102 DISMoWe 11:00AM - 11:59AMStanley 179 26502
103 DISMoWe 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 4 26503
104 DISMoWe 01:00PM - 01:59PMCory 285 26504

Freshman/Sophomore Seminar

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 SEMTh 02:00PM - 03:59PMDwinelle 89Alexander B Givental41599
UnitsEnrollment Status
2-4Open

Multivariable Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMDwinelle 155Zvezdelina E Stankova26512
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMDwinelle 243 26514
102 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMDwinelle 234 26515
103 DISTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMDwinelle 283 26516
104 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMDwinelle 106 26517
106 DISTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 736 26519
107 DISTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 736 26520
109 DISTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 736 26522
112 DISTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMDwinelle 243 26525
116 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 258 26529
117 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 255 26530
118 DISTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 247 26531

Multivariable Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 155Nikhil Srivastava26513
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
201 DISMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMEvans 81 26532
202 DISMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMEvans 85 26533
203 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMEvans 3 26534
204 DISMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMEvans 9 26535
205 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMCory 285 26536
206 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 85 26537
207 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMCory 285 26538
208 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMLatimer 105 26539
209 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMLatimer 105 26540
210 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMHildebrand B51 26541
211 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 75 26542
212 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 81 26543
213 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 70 26544
214 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMHildebrand B56 26545
215 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 85 26546
216 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 6 26547
217 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 71 26548
218 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMCory 285 33035

Honors Multivariable Calculus

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 70Ved Datar32324
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 9 32325

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMWheeler 150Alexander Paulin26549
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 71 26551
103 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMDwinelle 206 26553
104 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 81 26554
105 DISMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 4 26555
106 DISMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 85 26556
107 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 2 26557
108 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 6 26558
109 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 2 26559
110 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 4 26560
111 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 71 26561
112 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 6 26562
113 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 71 26563
114 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 2 26564
115 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 81 26565
116 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 75 26566
118 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMHildebrand B56 32519
119 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 81 32520
120 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 87 32521

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMWheeler 150Alexander Paulin26550
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
201 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 87 26567
205 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 5 26571
206 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 70 26572
208 DISMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 85 26574
209 DISMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMLeConte 385 26575
210 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 9 26576
211 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEtcheverry 3119 26577
212 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEtcheverry 3105 26578
213 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 9 26579
214 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 75 26580
215 DISMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 81 26581
216 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 4 26582
217 DISMoWeFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans 6 26583
218 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 85 26584
219 DISMoWeFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 87 32522
220 DISMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 75 32523

Discrete Mathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMValley Life Sciences 2050Lauren K. Williams26585
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISMoWe 08:00AM - 08:59AMEvans 9 26586
102 DISMoWe 09:00AM - 09:59AMHildebrand B51 26587
103 DISMoWe 04:00PM - 04:59PMCory 285 26588
104 DISMoWe 11:00AM - 11:59AMHildebrand B51 26589
106 DISMoWe 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 70 26591
107 DISMoWe 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 9 26592
108 DISMoWe 04:00PM - 04:59PMHildebrand B51 26593
109 DISMoWe 08:00PM - 08:59PMDwinelle 130 26594
110 DISMoWe 03:00PM - 03:59PMLeConte 385 32524
111 DISMoWe 09:00AM - 09:59AMDwinelle 234 41372
112 DISMoWe 12:00PM - 12:59PMDwinelle 251 41373
113 DISMoWe 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 5 41948

Berkeley Connect

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 DISTu 06:00PM - 06:59PM  26618
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Closed

Berkeley Connect

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 DISWe 06:00PM - 06:59PM  26619
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Closed

Introduction to Mathematical Economics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 05:00PM - 06:29PMEvans 10Haluk I. Ergin32482
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMHearst Mining 310David Dynerman26623
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 740Steven N Evans26624
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
003 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEtcheverry 3107Alan Hammond26625
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
004 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMHearst Mining 310Marina Iliopoulou26626
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
005 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMHearst Mining 310Khoa L Nguyen26627
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
006 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMEtcheverry 3109Charles S. Hadfield33122
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
007 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMCory 247Paul A Vojta40152
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Second Course in Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 3Brent A Nelson26628
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Linear Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWe 05:00PM - 06:29PMDwinelle 155Edward Frenkel26629
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMStanley 179 26630
102 DISFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMHildebrand B51 26631
103 DISFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 6 26632
104 DISFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 75 26633
105 DISFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 4 26634
106 DISFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 87 26635
107 DISFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 2 26636
108 DISFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 2 26637
109 DISFr 04:00PM - 04:59PMLatimer 105 26638
110 DISFr 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans 70 26639
112 DISFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 71 32526
113 DISFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMCory 237 32995
114 DISFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 5 32996
115 DISFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 5 32997

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 08:00AM - 08:59AMCory 289Alexander B Givental26640
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMCory 241Khrystyna Serhiyenko26641
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
003 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 1015Virginia C Harrison26642
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
004 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMCory 241Carolyn R Abbott26643
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
005 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 1015Virginia C Harrison26644
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
006 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMHearst Mining 310 26645
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
007 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEtcheverry 3111 33137
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Honors Introduction to Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans 70Mariusz Wodzicki26646
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Second Course in Abstract Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 3Emiliano Gomez32332
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Number Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 9Alexander B Givental26647
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DIS12:00AM - 12:00AM  31572

Mathematical Tools for the Physical Sciences

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMCory 241Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson26649
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMCory 241Casey Jao32333
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Numerical Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMStanley 105John A Strain26650
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTu 08:00AM - 08:59AMEvans B3A 26651
102 DISTu 09:00AM - 09:59AMEvans B3A 26652
103 DISTu 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans B3A 26653
104 DISTu 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans B3A 26654
105 DISTu 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans B3A 26655
106 DISTu 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans B3A 26656
107 DISTu 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans B3A 26657
108 DISTu 03:00PM - 03:59PMEvans B3A 26658
109 DISTu 04:00PM - 04:59PMEvans B3A 33051
110 DISTu 05:00PM - 05:59PMEvans B3A 41359

Numerical Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMCory 289Ming Gu26659
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISTh 11:00AM - 11:59AM  26660

Incompleteness and Undecidability

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMCory 241John Steel32334
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Elementary Algebraic Topology

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 70James I. Conway32336
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Elementary Algebraic Geometry

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 02:00PM - 02:59PMEvans 3 39415
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum III

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 65Ole H Hald26664
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Discussions:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
101 DISWe 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 65 26665

History of Mathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 3Ole H Hald26666
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Mathematical Methods for Optimization

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 09:00AM - 09:59AMCory 247Lawrence C Evans32337
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Combinatorics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 3Marina Iliopoulou26667
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEtcheverry 3111Andrey Smirnov26668
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 332Michael J Klass26669
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
003 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMCory 247Tim Laux26670
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
004 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMHearst Mining 310Tim Laux26671
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
005 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMCory 247John W. Lott33123
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Closed

Honors Introduction to Complex Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 3Charles S. Hadfield39416
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Experimental Courses in Mathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 SEMTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 2John W. Lott26672
UnitsEnrollment Status
1-4Open

Berkeley Connect

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 DISTu 07:00PM - 07:59PM  26701
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

Berkeley Connect

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
002 DISWe 07:00PM - 07:59PM  26702
UnitsEnrollment Status
1Open

Introduction to Topology and Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMCory 289Marc A Rieffel26726
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 12:00PM - 12:59PMEvans 70Dan-Virgil Voiculescu32433
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

C*-algebras

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 5Marc A Rieffel39250
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Probability Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 344David J Aldous26727
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Dynamical Systems

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 891Fraydoun Rezakhanlou39251
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Advanced Matrix Computations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMGenetics & Plant Bio 107Per-Olof Sigfrid Persson39252
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Partial Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 4Lawrence C Evans26728
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Advanced Topics in Probablity and Stochastic Processes

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 344James W Pitman26729
UnitsEnrollment Status
3Open

Metamathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 02:00PM - 03:29PMEvans 31John Steel26730
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Numerical Solution of Differential Equations

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 08:00AM - 09:29AMCory 247James Sethian26731
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Multilinear Algebra and Further Topics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 70Vivek V. Shende26732
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Number Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 11:00AM - 12:29PMEvans 31Sug Woo Shin32440
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Algebraic Geometry

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:59AMEvans 31Paul A Vojta26733
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Group Theory

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 01:00PM - 01:59PMEvans 31Mariusz Wodzicki39253
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Hot Topics Course in Mathematics

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECMoWeFr 10:00AM - 10:59AMEvans 5Robion C Kirby26734
UnitsEnrollment Status
2Open

Topics in Algebra

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 03:30PM - 04:59PMEvans 5 26735
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Topics in Differential Geometry

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 09:30AM - 10:59AMEvans 31 26736
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Topics in Analysis

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTuTh 12:30PM - 01:59PMEvans 31Francis Michael Christ39255
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open

Teaching Workshop

Schedule:

SectionDays/TimesLocationInstructorClass
001 LECTh 05:00PM - 06:59PMEvans 5 26914
UnitsEnrollment Status
4Open