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AS.110.601 (01)

The first of a two semester algebra sequence to provide the student with the foundations for Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry, Representation Theory, and other areas. Topics include refined elements of group theory, commutative algebra, Noetherian rings, local rings, modules, and rudiments of category theory, homological algebra, field theory, Galois theory, and non-commutative algebras.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 12:00PM - 1:15PM**Instructor:**Shokurov, Vyacheslav**Room:**Krieger Laverty**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**20/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.605 (01)

This course covers the theory of the Lebesgue theory of integration in d-dimensional Euclidean space, and offers a brief introduction to the theory of Hilbert spaces. Topics include the Lebesgue measure on Euclidean space, the Lebesgue integral, classical convergence results for the Lebesgue integral, Fubini's theorem, the spaces of L^1 and L^2 functions.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 12:00PM - 1:15PM**Instructor:**Sogge, Christopher**Room:**Krieger 302**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**20/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.608 (01)

Abstract Riemann surfaces. Examples: algebraic curves, elliptic curves and functions on them. Holomorphic and meromorphic functions and differential forms, divisors and the Mittag-Leffler problem. The analytic genus. Bezout's theorem and applications. Introduction to sheaf theory, with applications to constructing linear series of meromorphic functions. Serre duality, the existence of meromorphic functions on Riemann surfaces, the equality of the topological and analytic genera, the equivalence of algebraic curves and compact Riemann surfaces, the Riemann-Roch theorem. Period matrices and the Abel-Jacobi mapping, Jacobi inversion, the Torelli theorem. Uniformization (time permitting).

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 12:00PM - 1:15PM**Instructor:**Bernstein, Jacob**Room:**Krieger 300**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**20/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.615 (01)

Singular homology theory, cohomology and products, category theory and homological algebra, Künneth and universal coefficient theorems, Poincaré and Alexander duality theorems, Lefschetz fixed-point theorem, covering spaces and fundamental groups. Prerequsites: the equivalent of one semester in both Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis (specifically, point set topology).

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM**Instructor:**Staff**Room:**Krieger 302**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**18/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.617 (01)

Elements of advanced algebra and number theory. Possible topics for the year-long sequence include local and global fields, Galois cohomology, semisimple algebras, class field theory, elliptic curves, modular and automorphic forms, integral representations of L-functions, adelic geometry and function fields, fundamental notions in arithmetic geometry (including Arakelov and diophantine geometry).

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM**Instructor:**Staff**Room:**Croft Hall G02**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**18/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.631 (01)

This course is the first in the sequence about the general theory of PDEs. The beginning of the course will describe several important results of functional analysis which are instrumental for the study of PDEs: Hahn-Banach theorem, Uniform boundedness and closed graph theorems, reflexive spaces and weak topologies, elements of semi-group theory. Then we will describe the basic theory of Sobolev spaces and the standard existence theory for (initial) boundary value problems of elliptic/parabolic type. Finally, the rest of the course will be devoted to finer properties of solutions of elliptic equations such as maximum principles, Harnack principles and regularity.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 1:30PM - 2:45PM**Instructor:**Sire, Yannick**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**19/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.637 (01)

This class will explore basic aspects of functional analysis, focusing mostly on normed vector spaces. This will include the Hahn-Banach and open mapping theorems, a discussion of strong and weak topologies, the theory of compact operators, and spaces of integrable functions and Sobolev spaces, with applications to the study of some partial differential equations. Prerequisite: Real Analysis

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM**Instructor:**Lindblad, Hans**Room:**Hackerman 320**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**16/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.643 (01)

Introduction to affine varieties and projective varieties. Hilbert's theorems about polynomials in several variables with their connections to geometry. Abstract algebraic varieties and projective geometry. Dimension of varieties and smooth varieties. Sheaf theory and some notions of cohomology. Applications of sheaves to geometry; e.g., theory of divisors, rudiments of scheme theory for the understanding of the Riemann-Roch theorem for curves and surfaces. Other topics may include Jacobian varieties, resolution of singularities, birational geometry on surfaces, schemes, connections with complex analytic geometry and topology.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM**Instructor:**Shokurov, Vyacheslav**Room:**Krieger Laverty**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**20/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.645 (01)

This course is a graduate-level introduction to foundational material in Riemannian Geometry. Riemannian manifolds, a smooth manifold equipped with a Riemannian metric. Topics include connections, geodesics, Jacobi fields, submanifold theory including the second fundamental form and Gauss equations, manifolds of constant curvature, comparison theorems, Morse index theorem, Hadamard theorem and Bonnet-Myers theorem.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM**Instructor:**Wang, Yi**Room:**Krieger 309**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**17/20**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.653 (01)

This course is an introduction to stochastic differential equations and applications. Basic topics to be reviewed include Ito and Stratonovich integrals, Ito formula, SDEs and their integration. The course will focus on diffusion processes and diffusion theory, with topics include Markov properties, generator, Kolmogrov’s equations (Fokker-Planck equation), Feynman-Kac formula, the martingale problem, Girsanov theorem, stability and ergodicity. The course will briefly introduce applications, with topics include statistical inference of SDEs, filtering and control.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM**Instructor:**Lu, Fei**Room:**Hodson 216**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**14/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.721 (01)

Homotopy type theory (HoTT) is a new proposed foundation system for mathematics that extends Martin-Löf's dependent type theory with Voevodsky's univalence axiom. Dependent type theory is a formal system for constructive mathematics, in which a theorem is proven by constructing a term in the type that encodes its statement. In Homotopy type theory, types are thought of as spaces and terms as points in those spaces. A proof that two terms in a common type are equal is now interpreted as a path between two points in a space. In particular, types might have interesting higher homotopical structure, which can be thought of as revealing fundamental differences between two proofs of a common proposition. One advantage of this foundation system is its amenability to computer formalization, which this course will illustrate by introducing the computer proof assistant Agda.

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM**Instructor:**Riehl, Emily**Room:**Maryland 109**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**11/15**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.741 (01)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:**MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM**Instructor:**Dodson, Benjamin**Room:**Gilman 77**Status:**Open**Seats Available:**8/10**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.800 (01)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Riehl, Emily**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**5/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.800 (02)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Mramor, Alexander Everest**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**5/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (01)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Riehl, Emily**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (02)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Consani, Caterina**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**24/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (03)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Lindblad, Hans**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**23/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (04)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Sogge, Christopher**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (05)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Sakellaridis, Ioannis**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (06)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Maggioni, Mauro**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (07)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Kitchloo, Nitya**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (08)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Shokurov, Vyacheslav**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**25/25**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (09)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Wang, Yi**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**10/10**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (10)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Bernstein, Jacob**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**5/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (11)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Savitt, David Lawrence**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**4/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (12)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Dodson, Benjamin**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**5/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (13)

**Credits:**4.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Sire, Yannick**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**5/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

AS.110.801 (15)

**Credits:**0.00**Level:**Graduate**Days/Times:****Instructor:**Lu, Fei**Room:****Status:**Open**Seats Available:**4/5**PosTag(s):**n/a

Course # (Section) | Title | Day/Times | Instructor | Room | PosTag(s) | Info |
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AS.110.601 (01) | Algebra I | TTh 12:00PM - 1:15PM | Shokurov, Vyacheslav | Krieger Laverty | ||

AS.110.605 (01) | Real Variables | MW 12:00PM - 1:15PM | Sogge, Christopher | Krieger 302 | ||

AS.110.608 (01) | Riemann Surfaces | MW 12:00PM - 1:15PM | Bernstein, Jacob | Krieger 300 | ||

AS.110.615 (01) | Algebraic Topology I | MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM | Staff | Krieger 302 | ||

AS.110.617 (01) | Number Theory I | TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM | Staff | Croft Hall G02 | ||

AS.110.631 (01) | Partial Differential Equations I | TTh 1:30PM - 2:45PM | Sire, Yannick | |||

AS.110.637 (01) | Functional Analysis | MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM | Lindblad, Hans | Hackerman 320 | ||

AS.110.643 (01) | Algebraic Geometry I | TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM | Shokurov, Vyacheslav | Krieger Laverty | ||

AS.110.645 (01) | Riemannian Geometry II | TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM | Wang, Yi | Krieger 309 | ||

AS.110.653 (01) | Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction With Applications | TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM | Lu, Fei | Hodson 216 | ||

AS.110.721 (01) | Topics In Homotopy Type Theory | MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM | Riehl, Emily | Maryland 109 | ||

AS.110.741 (01) | Topics in Partial Differential Equations | MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM | Dodson, Benjamin | Gilman 77 | ||

AS.110.800 (01) | Independent Study-Graduates | Riehl, Emily | ||||

AS.110.800 (02) | Independent Study-Graduates | Mramor, Alexander Everest | ||||

AS.110.801 (01) | Thesis Research | Riehl, Emily | ||||

AS.110.801 (02) | Thesis Research | Consani, Caterina | ||||

AS.110.801 (03) | Thesis Research | Lindblad, Hans | ||||

AS.110.801 (04) | Thesis Research | Sogge, Christopher | ||||

AS.110.801 (05) | Thesis Research | Sakellaridis, Ioannis | ||||

AS.110.801 (06) | Thesis Research | Maggioni, Mauro | ||||

AS.110.801 (07) | Thesis Research | Kitchloo, Nitya | ||||

AS.110.801 (08) | Thesis Research | Shokurov, Vyacheslav | ||||

AS.110.801 (09) | Thesis Research | Wang, Yi | ||||

AS.110.801 (10) | Thesis Research | Bernstein, Jacob | ||||

AS.110.801 (11) | Thesis Research | Savitt, David Lawrence | ||||

AS.110.801 (12) | Thesis Research | Dodson, Benjamin | ||||

AS.110.801 (13) | Thesis Research | Sire, Yannick | ||||

AS.110.801 (15) | Thesis Research | Lu, Fei |