|May 29, 2016|
Set Theory and Analysis Program
Graduate Course Information
September 10 -December 17, 2002
September 9 - December 16, 2002
There has been considerable interest in having a series of lectures in August to help those interested prepare for the Fields semester on Set Theory and Analysis this fall. Several students from Canada, Europe, Asia, the USA and both the Far and Near East have indicated that they will participate.
The topics covered will be determined, in part, by the background of the participants. The hope is that two weeks of concentrated effort will have everyone on a similar footing for the start of the courses to be offered during the Fields semester.
Those who are interested in this should contact Juris Steprans
As graduate students at any of the Institute's University Partners, you may discuss the possibility of obtaining a credit for one or more courses in this lecture series with your home university graduate officer and the course instructor. Assigned reading and related projects may be arranged for the benefit of students requiring these courses for credit.
As part of the Affiliation agreement with some Canadian Universities,
graduate students are eligible to apply for financial assistance to
attend graduate courses. Interested graduate students must forward a
letter of application with a letter of recommendation from their supervisor.
Applications for financial support should be received by the following deadlines: June 1, 2002 for the Fall term, and October 1, 2002 for the Winter term.
For more details on the thematic year, see Program Page