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Timetable Information for Spring 2015

Math 124

Combined evening exams for Math 124 with be at 7-8 pm on Thursdays, Feb 19, Mar 19, Apr 23.

Math 595 Graduate Topics Courses

Course Section CRN Title and Description
Math 595 AGI 61537 Algebraic Geometry II (Lo)
See full course description.
Math 595 SRS 61538 Super Riemann Surfaces (Katz)
See full course description.
Math 595 CET 61539 Classification in Ergodic Theory (Tserunyan)
See full course description.
Math 595 CT 61536 Coding Theory (Duursma)
See full course description.
Math 595 CGC 61540 Geodesic Currents on Free Groups (Kapovich)
See full course description.
Math 595 LC 39675 Local Cohomology (Dutta)
See full course description.
Math 595 LD 38183 Large Deviations (Sowers)
See full course description.
Math 595 LF 62534 L-Functions (Zaharescu)
See full course description.
Math 598 OA  

Literature Seminar in Operator Algebras (Junge)

Math 598 REN 47921 Literature Seminar in Number Theory (Berndt)
See full course description.


Merit Workshop Classes

The Merit Workshop is an interactive group learning environment for selected students. For a detailed description of the format of a Merit worshop class, consult the Merit Class description. For general information regarding the Merit Workshop Program, consult the Merit Program website

Registration in Merit Workshop sections requires approval from the Merit Workshop Director (see contact information below). Concurrent enrollment for 2 hours of credit in the Merit Section of Math 199 is required for Math 220. Concurrent enrollment for 1 hour of credit in the Merit Section of Math 199 is required for Math 231 and Math 241.

Merit Workshop Director: Jennifer McNeilly
178 Altgeld Hall
217-244-1659
jrmcneil@math.uiuc.edu


C&M (technology-based courses)

C&M courses incorporate technology through their use of the computer program Mathematica in both visual demonstrations and homework assignments. For more information on these blended courses, please consult the C&M website.