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MATH2065 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

General Information

This page contains information on the Intermediate Unit of Study MATH2065 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations.

This unit is offered in Semester 2.

Lecturer(s): Fernando Viera

For further information on Intermediate Mathematics and Statistics, refer to the Intermediate Handbook. In particular, see the MATH2065 handbook entry for further information relating to MATH2065.

You may also view the description of MATH2065 in the central units of study database.

  • Credit point value: 6CP.
  • Classes per week: Three lectures, one tutorial and one practice class.

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Lectures-Consultations

  • Lecturer: Fernando Viera

  • Lecture Times: 8am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Carslaw Room 157

  • Consultation hours: Monday 10-11am (Carslaw 527 or 524).

More Information

  • Scanned Notes:There are no printed notes for this subject.

    The handwritten lecture notes will be posted online on the same day, after the lecture.

  • Practical Sessions:Some lectures (usually Thursday's Lectures) will be used as Practical Problem Solving Sessions ("Pracs"). The aim of the Pracs is to go through Selected problems in the lecture, to help you prepare for Tutorials, Quizzes, Assignments and the final Exam.

    Some of the problems from Pracs not solved during Semester, will be solved during revision in Week 13.

  • Tutorials: (Start in WEEK 1) Tutorial questions are available online via the links in the Table below. Solutions will be posted at the end of the week.
  • Assignments: Assignments must be submitted electronically through Turnitin via the Learning Management System (Blackboard), as PDF files only.

    Always check your submission receipt to ensure the assignment has been submitted correctly.

    Please ensure you keep your original hard copy of the assignment.

  • Unit Information Sheet: More important information is contained here about this subject, including final grades, syllabus, reference books, and so on.

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