(Courses)
(Ph.D. students)
(Advice)

If you have any trouble with the links below please inform me
via email.

**Current and past courses:**

**Warwick:**

**II 2021:** TCC module
(Introduction to three-manifolds)

**I 2020:** MA132/138
(Foundations/Sets and numbers)

**II 2019:** MA4J7
(Cohomology and Poincare duality)

**I 2018:** MA3D5
(Galois theory)

**II 2018:** TCC module
(Introduction to three-manifolds)

**I 2017:** MA3F1
(Introduction to topology)

**II 2017:** MA3H6
(Algebraic topology)

**I 2015:** MA243
(Geometry)

**I 2015:** MA3F1
(Introduction to topology)

**I 2014:** MA243
(Geometry)

**I 2014:** MA3F1
(Introduction to topology)

**II 2014:** MA3H6
(Algebraic topology)

**II 2013:** MA3H6
(Algebraic topology)

**II 2012:** MA4J2
(Three-manifolds)

**II 2011:** MA4J2
(Three-manifolds)

**I 2010:** TCC module
(Hierarchies and the curve complex)

**II 2010:** MA3F2
(Knot theory)

**II 2010:** TCC module
(Hyperbolicity of the curve complex)

**II 2009:** MA3F2
(Knot theory)

**I 2008:** TCC module
(The mapping class group and the complex of curves)

**II 2008:** MA3F2
(Knot theory)

**Rutgers:**

**Sp 2007:** 291
(Honors calculus III)

**Fa 2006:** 251H
(Honors Calculus III)

**Fa 2006:** 361 (Set
theory)

**Sp 2006:** 461
(Logic)

**Fa 2005:** 291
(Honors calculus III)

**Fa 2005:** 428 (Graph
theory)

**Sp 2005:** 311
(Advanced calculus (aka real analysis))

**Fa 2004:** 151 (Calculus
I) two sections.

**UIC:**

**Sp 2003:** 181 (Calculus II)

**Fa 2002:** 180 (Calculus I)

**Current Ph.D. students:**

Marco Linton

Marco Barberis

Anna Parlak

Esmee te Winkel

Ronja Kuhne

**Past Ph.D. students:**

Mark Bell 2015 PhD. Thesis: Recognising mapping classes

Richard Webb 2014 PhD. Thesis: Effective geometry of curve graphs

Alexander Wickens 2012 MPhil. Thesis: Ending laminations and the curve complex

Irida Altman 2013 PhD. Thesis: On some properties of the sutured Floer polytope

**Advice to potential Ph.D. students:**

**General advice:** Ravi Vakil's discussion
is particularly useful. Using that as a starting point, one can find
further pages via Google.

**Particular to Warwick:** Application material for the Ph.D. and
M.Phil. program can be found on the
postgraduate webpage.
Please
email Monica
Dinu or myself if you have questions.

Last touched: Sat 20 Jul 2019 16:19:07 CEST