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Year 4 M901 Project
An important part of the fourth year of the MSci is the
project MATHM901, which all fourth year students on Mathematics degrees
do (If you are taking Mathematics and
Physics or Mathematics and Statistics, it may be possible to do a project in
the other department instead).
You now need to look at the list of possible supervisors and see who might be offering projects suitable for you. Then discuss possible projects with the relevant supervisors, and, by 1 June, submit on-line (click here for online form) your list of possible supervisors in order of preference. Students will be assigned to supervisors on 5 June, and you will hear soon after this who is your supervisor. You should then contact your supervisor (in person or by e-mail) to find out what preliminary work on the project you should do over the summer.
You should also attend the post-exam course on Mathematical Writing (including LaTeX) in late May/early June: more information about this will be provided shortly.
If you have any queries or problems about the project, please discuss with me.
Mark Roberts (Dept Tutor)
Information about spring term tutorials is now available at the First Year Tutorials section of this website.
You will also be able to find this information on your personal timetable soon.
Please see the webpage regarding Summer Projects for details regarding funding and application deadlines.
NEW - Personal Tutors
All second, third and fourth year students should see their personal tutor during next week (2-6 March 2015). You can find out who your personal tutor is by looking on your portico account.
You should receive an e-mail from your personal tutor (on your UCL account) setting up a time and date for the meeting.
Please note that personal tutees of Dr Sidorova and Dr Page should see Dr Strouthos for this appointment.
If you have any queries, please contact the Departmental Tutor, Dr Mark Roberts.
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