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Graduate level courses, mathematics, 2022-2023 (preliminary)

The "broad courses" are supposed to be accessible and meaningful for all graduate students, not only those working in the particular subject area.

The "reading courses" are courses without traditional lectures. There should still be some form of regular course meetings where for example the participants present material for each other.

If not otherwise stated the courses are for 7.5hp credits.

Fall 2022

Course

Teachers

SF3631 Classical Analysis and its Applications  (broad course)
analysis

Danijela Damjanovic (KTH), Henrik Shahgholian (KTH) 

Constructions in Dynamical Systems
geometry/topology
Kristian Bjerklöv (KTH), Maria Saprykina (KTH)
Homotopy Theory
geometry/topology
Alexander Berglund (SU), Dan Petersen (SU)
Expander Graphs
analysis OR algebra/combinatorics
Sven Raum (SU)

Spring 2023

 
Abelian Varieties (broad course)
algebra/combinatorics OR geometry/topology

Roy Skjelnes (KTH), Sofia Tirabassi (SU)

Function Spaces in Complex Analysis
analysis
Annemarie Luger (SU), Salvador Rodriguez–Lopez (SU)
Probabilistic Number Theory
algebra/combinatorics
Lilian Matthiesen (KTH)
Categorical Logic
algebra/combinatorics
Ivan di Liberti (SU)
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Belongs to: Department of Mathematics
Last changed: May 16, 2022