18.095 - Mathematics Lecture Series, IAP 2019

Ten lectures by MIT mathematics faculty members on interesting topics from both classical and modern mathematics. All lectures accessible to students with calculus background and an interest in mathematics. At each lecture, reading and exercises are assigned. Students prepare these for discussion in a weekly problem session.

Organizer: Professor Alan Edelman

Teaching assistant: Lucas Mason-Brown (lucas.masonzzzbrown@gmail.com, with z's removed)


Lectures are held MWF 1-2.30pm in room 2-190.

Homeworks are due each Friday by 4pm and must be turned in at the pset boxes next to 4-174 (to the right of HQ). Problem sets will be posted on this site shortly after each lecture.

Recitations are held every Thursday at 10.30am and 1pm in room 2-131 (both sessions cover the same material).

Office hours are Tuesday 10-11am in the math department common room (2-290).

Grading is strictly P/D/F. To receive a passing grade, you must attend lectures and demonstrate solid effort on the problem sets.

Class Schedule