MATH4220  Partial Differential Equations  2015/16
Announcement
 Syllabus and Teaching Scheme [Download file]
General Information
Lecturer

Professor Zhouping XIN
 Office: AB1 701
 Tel: 3943 4100
 Email:
 Office Hours: 15301630 (Thu)
Teaching Assistant

Ms. Rong ZHANG
 Office: AB1 614
 Tel: 3943 4109
 Email:
Time and Venue
 Lecture: TUE 16301815, LSB C2; THU 17301815, LSB C1
 Tutorial: THU 18301915, LSB C1
Course Description
Syllabus and Teaching Scheme:
We will cover the following sections:
Chapter 1, 1.1 1.6
Chapter 2, 2.12.5
Chapter 3, 3.13.5
Chapter 4, 4.14.3
Chapter 5, 5.15.
Chapter 6, 6.16.3
Chapter 7, 7.17.4
(Optional) Chapter 11, 11.111.3
Assignments: There will be 5 to 9 assignments. (I will hand out them in class)
You need to turn in 2 assignments (I STRONGLY suggest you do ALL of them). Your TA will answer questions from the homework.
Every 6 weeks there will be a quiz.
Midterm: 8th Week.
One final examination is scheduled.
Textbooks
 Walter A. Strauss, Partial Differential Equations, An Introduction, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1992
References
 H.F. Weinberger, A First Course in Partial Diffrential Equations, Blaisdell, Waltham, Mass., 1965.
 D. Bleecker and G. Csordas, Basic Partial Differential Equations, International Press, 1996.
Tutorial Notes
 Tutorial 0
 Tutorial 1
 Tutorial 2
 Tutorial 3
 Tutorial 4
 Tutorial 5
 Tutorial 6
 Tutorial 7
 Tutorial 8
 Tutorial 9
 Tutorial 10
 Tutorial 11
 Tutorial 12
Assignments
 Assignment 1 (21 Jan 2016, due 4 Feb)
 Assignment 2 (4 Feb 2016)
 Assignment 3 (25 Feb 2016)
 Assignment 4 (3 Mar 2016, due 24 Mar)
 Assignment 5 (17 Mar 2016)
 Assignment 6 (14 Apr 2016)
 Assignment 7 (21 Apr 2016)
Quizzes and Exams
Solutions
 Solution to Assignment 1
 Solution to Quiz 1
 Solution to Assignment 2
 Solution to Assignment 3
 Solution to Midterm Exam
 Solution to Assignment 4
 Solution to Assignment 5
 Solution to Quiz 2
 Solution to Assignment 6
 Solution to Assignment 7
Assessment Scheme
Final Examination  50%  
Midterm Examination  30%  
2 Quizzes  10%  
2 Homework  10% 
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Last updated: April 22, 2016 17:25:27