J. J. P. Veerman

Newspaper (El Pais, Spain) articles August
28, 1988 and March 19, 1989.
Papers starting 1985
Papers starting 1995
Papers starting 2005
Papers starting 2015
Papers starting 2020
Research seminar series at Portland State University (2005, 2006, 2010, 2011)
Research seminar series at Rockefeller University (1996, 1997, 2008, 2009)
A language page.
RESEARCH:
I have designed two
new courses that I am very
excited to teach. Please, ask me about this material.
NUMBER THEORY:
I am writing an ambitious set of notes
covering an introduction to several areas of
number
theory. Here is the flyer for the
full year course. It is designed to emphasize
connections
with other areas of mathematics such as analysis,
algebra and complex analysis, as well
as to make some classical results accessible to a
wider audience of nonspecialists.
DIRECTED NETWORKS:
In the summer of 2019, I
participated in a summer school in
Italy where I gave a minicourse
on the theory of
directed graphs. This resulted in the design of
the 1 or 2 trimester course
"Directed Networks". Here is the flyer
for the course. Some of the material has been worked
into slides: see part 1,
part 2,
part 3,
and part 4.
NOTE:
All this material is "work in progress"; expect errors
and other shortcomings.
I appreciate if you report errors and welcome
constructive criticism.
You can find my email at the top of this page.
SYSTEM SCIENCE:
I am starting in my new function as Director of
System Science. My intent is to promote
and help strongly interdisciplinary practices in research and
teaching. If you are interested
in System Science as faculty, instructor, or student, or any
other way, please, feel free to
contact me at the above email.
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IMPORTANT 1: All answers on home
works and exams must be justified, even if that is
not evident from
the phrasing of the question. Answers without
justification will receive partial credit at best.
IMPORTANT 2: Before
turning in exams or HW's, write your first plus last name in the
top right corner
of each sheet you turn in (even if you
staple them together)!
IMPORTANT 3: While I actively
encourage collaboration among students and may
assign
take home exams on which you are allowed to collaborate:
you must write your own exam yourself in your own
words !!!
Copying, or even using something else as a template for your
answers, is plagiarism
and will receive no credit whatsoever.
IMPORTANT
4: Homeworks are due on the day for
which they are assigned,
at the beginning of class, and on paper.
Homeworks more than 10 minutes late will not be accepted,
unless for valid reason
(medical must be accompanied by doctor's attest).
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Teaching 20232024:
FALL: MTH 421/521: Theory of
Ordinary Differential Equations I:
GRADING KEY: Homework ?, inclass perf. ?, three inperson tests
(including the final), each ?.
MIDTERMS AND FINAL: No Book. No
Calculator or Computer. No Notes. No book. Pen and White Paper
Only.
Test1:
Test2:
Test3 (final): .
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In most of my classes you will be either strongly
encouraged, or even obliged
(graduate students) to turn in your HW in *.pdf format based on
LATEX.
Here is a website where LATEX is explained:
http://www.ctan.org/texarchive/info/Math_into_LaTeX4/