### Planned graduate courses at Mathematical Sciences 2018/2019

N.B.: All our courses are, unless stated otherwise, in principle open to everyone, there is no official limit on the number of participants. Any course can be taken for credit by any graduate student at Mathematical Sciences. Other students should obtain permission from an appropriate person of authority if they wish to take a course for credit.

### Registering for courses

From Spring 2019, the following procedures apply for Ph.D. students who wish to take either a pure MSc level course or a joint MSc/PhD course.

- apply to the course by contacting the course examiner

- register to the exam:

- via Doktorandportalen (if you are a Chalmers PhD)

- by sending an e-mail to utb-adm.mv@chalmers.se (GU PhD)

- the course will be registered when the result is reported in Ladok

For Ph.D. students taking a GU course:

- apply to the course via antagning.se. To simplify the procedure, you can include a

certificate from your supervisor indicating that the course will be counted as a PhD course.

- receive an email från Jeanette Montell-Westerlin with more information

- register to the course via Ladok

- register to the exam via Ladok

If the course is common between Chalmers and GU (has both a Chalmers and GU code),

Chalmers Ph.D. students follow the Chalmers procedure and GU Ph.D. students the GU procedure.

- register to the exam:

- via Doktorandportalen (if you are a Chalmers PhD)

- by sending an e-mail to utb-adm.mv@chalmers.se (GU PhD)

- the course will be registered when the result is reported in Ladok

For Ph.D. students taking a GU course:

- apply to the course via antagning.se. To simplify the procedure, you can include a

certificate from your supervisor indicating that the course will be counted as a PhD course.

- receive an email från Jeanette Montell-Westerlin with more information

- register to the course via Ladok

- register to the exam via Ladok

If the course is common between Chalmers and GU (has both a Chalmers and GU code),

Chalmers Ph.D. students follow the Chalmers procedure and GU Ph.D. students the GU procedure.

### Joint MSc/PhD level courses

- Integration theory, Q1

Examiner: Maria Roginskaya - Commutative algebra, Q1

Examiner: Per Salberger - Numerical linear algebra, Q1

Examiner: Larisa Beilina - High performance computing, Q1

Examiner: Martin Raum - Functional analysis, Q2

Examiner: Genkai Zhang - Fourier and wavelet analysis, Q2

Examiner: Mohammad Asadzadeh - Project course in PDE, Q2

Examiner: TBD - Project course in mathematical modelling, Q2

Examiner: Alexei Heintz - Computational methods for stochastic differential equations, Q3

Examiner: Annika Lang - Topology, Q3

Examiner: Jeffrey Steif - Financial derivatives and PDE, Q3

Examiner: Simone Calogero - Theory of distributions, Q3

Examiner: Håkan Samuelsson-Kalm - Analytic number theory, Q3

Examiner: Anders Södergren - Weak convergence, Q4

Examiner: TBD - PDE II, Q4

Examiner: Axel Målqvist - Spectral theory and operator algebras, Q4

Examiner: Lyudmila Turowska

### Other courses

- Analysis of Boolean functions, Q1

Examiner: Jeffrey Steif - Fractals, Q2

Examiner: Julie Rowlett - Lie Groups and Discrete Subgroups; Symmetric and Locally Symmetric Spaces, Q3

Examiner: Genkai Zhang - Pseudodifferential Operators, Q 3-4

Examiner: Magnus Goffeng - Markov Decision Processes, Q4

Examiner: Marina Axelson-Fisk - Harmonic Analysis of Measures, Q4

Examiner: Maria Roginskaya - Seminar Course I (mathematical statistics), year-round

Contact: Johan Tykesson - Seminar Course II (mathematical statistics), year-round

Contact: Johan Tykesson