MATH 488 & MATH 489 (Project) - Home Page 2019
This is the website for all Honours projects taken in 2019 as either a 15-point course (MATH 488) or 30-point course (MATH 489).
As part of the Honours year, students are expected to sign up for 30 points of project-based work under the MATH 488/489 labels. This could be two 15-point projects. Students are responsible for finding supervisor(s) for their project work. Potential supervisors are listed in the table below together with the areas in which they are willing to supervise a project; sometimes there is a link to sample projects.
To find a suitable project, please begin by speaking to the Honours Coordinator, Astrid an Huef,
and any potential supervisors you are considering.
Here is the COURSE OUTLINE
document, describing expectations concerning the project report, submission deadline, workload, assessment, oral presentation etc.
There are three types of project structure:
List of Supervisors and Project Areas
|Lisa Orloff Clark ||Operator algebra, ring theory || |
|Adam Day ||Mathematical logic, computability theory, descriptive set theory || |
|Peter Donelan ||Geometry, applications to robotics, robot manipulators and mechanisms ||Sample projects. Not available in T2 in 2019 |
|Rod Downey ||Computability, complexity, combinatorics ||Sample projects |
|Noam Greenberg ||Computability, set theory || |
|Astrid an Huef ||Operator algebra, ring theory ||Sample project |
|BD Kim ||Number theory ||Sample project |
|Martino Lupini ||Logic, operator algebra || |
|Stephen Marsland ||Geometry, machine learning, noncommutative analysis ||Sample projects |
|Dillon Mayhew ||Matroid theory ||Sample projects |
|Mark McGuiness ||Modelling with differential equations ||Sample projects |
|Dimitrios Mitsotakis ||Theory of water waves, numerical analysis of PDEs ||Sample projects |
|Hung Pham ||Banach algebras ||Sample projects |
|Iain Raeburn ||Operator algebra || |
|Dan Turetsky ||Computability, set theory || |
|Matt Visser ||Mathematical physics, general relativity and cosmology || |
|Geoff Whittle ||Matroid theory, graph theory ||Not available in T2 of 2019 |