Current courses

Semester 1

Code Class
MAGIC002 Differential topology and Morse theory
MAGIC009 Category Theory
MAGIC020 Dynamical Systems
MAGIC022 Mathematical Methods
MAGIC040 Operator Algebras
MAGIC049 Modular Forms
MAGIC050 Set Theory
MAGIC057 Spectral Theory of Ordinary Differential Operators
MAGIC061 Functional Analysis
MAGIC063 Differentiable Manifolds
MAGIC067 Integrable Systems
MAGIC073 Commutative Algebra
MAGIC081 String Theory
MAGIC085 Metric Number Theory
MAGIC087 Applied Algebraic Topology
MAGIC089 Stochastic Processes
MAGIC093 Markov Processes
MAGIC098 Adaptive Finite Element Methods
MAGIC099 Numerical methods in Python
MAGIC108 Real and Complex Reflection Groups

Timetable

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What are core and specialist classes?

A core course is one which is of such widespread interest within the MAGIC Consortium that it will seek to deliver it each year ensuring that key topics are included in the syllabus. Each core course will comprise either 10 or 20 hours of live and recorded lectures.

A specialist course will either be pitched at PhD entry level (i.e., assuming knowledge of undergraduate level material) or build on material which has already been taught in a core MAGIC course. Thus, specialist courses should not be interpreted as being more advanced. The range of specialist courses offered by MAGIC represents a spectrum of mathematics topics outside the core which meet the requirements of members of the MAGIC Consortium. Each specialist course will comprise 10 hours of live lectures.

Semester 2

Code Class
MAGIC008 Lie groups and Lie algebras
MAGIC014 Hydrodynamic Stability Theory
MAGIC021 Nonlinear Waves
MAGIC058 Theory of Partial Differential Equations
MAGIC064 Algebraic Topology
MAGIC074 Algebraic Geometry
MAGIC075 Representation Theory of Groups
MAGIC091 Mathematical Biology
MAGIC092 Introduction to superfluids and turbulence
MAGIC096 Spectra and geometry of graphs and networks
MAGIC101 Advanced Quantum Theory
MAGIC103 Cohomology of groups
MAGIC105 Symplectic Geometry
MAGIC107 Computability Theory and Applications
MAGIC109 Introduction to Hopf algebras and quantum groups
MAGIC111 Introduction to set-theoretic solutions to the Yang-Baxter equation and skew braces
MAGIC112 Computational Algebra and Geometry

Timetable

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What are core and specialist classes?

A core course is one which is of such widespread interest within the MAGIC Consortium that it will seek to deliver it each year ensuring that key topics are included in the syllabus. Each core course will comprise either 10 or 20 hours of live and recorded lectures.

A specialist course will either be pitched at PhD entry level (i.e., assuming knowledge of undergraduate level material) or build on material which has already been taught in a core MAGIC course. Thus, specialist courses should not be interpreted as being more advanced. The range of specialist courses offered by MAGIC represents a spectrum of mathematics topics outside the core which meet the requirements of members of the MAGIC Consortium. Each specialist course will comprise 10 hours of live lectures.

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