Welcome. Due to COVID, all Office hrs will be via zoom.My office is LIT402. in on the North side of the East wing of Little Hall. To find my office in Little Hall, just remember this: Maximize x, y and z. (Go as East as you can, go as North as you can, go as Up as you can. Voila! -you are in my office.) By the way, the Teaching Page lists my current and past courses.
My office hours are in the table, below. A common way to see me is by appointment. The easiest way to make an appointment is to come speak with me at the-end-of-class, or email to: squashATuflDOTedu (Prof. Jonathan King) Email is more reliable than (and preferred to) telephoning.
Important: I do have one requirement: If we discuss, today, an appt. for a future day, I ask that you email me saying, e.g, Prof. King, we have a tentative appt., in your office (or Resource room) at 9th period on February, Sept.06. I will then confirm/request-to-move this appointment by email.
Here is a list of math dept. research groups. On Tuesdays (primarily) there are mathematics seminars & Events that may interest you. A few are shown on the schedule below.
|3||09:35- 10:25||Research ...|
Sets & Logic
Lit235 & online
Sets & Logic
MHF3202 3E06 & 1503
|5||11:45- 12:35||Topo Sem.|
Mat116 & online
MAP2302 3148 & 9826
|7||13:55- 14:45||By appt. OfficeHrs via zoom.||
(Recep Celebri & Jake Park)
William Fulton has made his Algebraic Curves (PDF) freely avail. (See also Brooke Ullery's course)
|By appt. OfficeHrs via zoom.||Office Hours via zoom.|
|8||15:00- 15:50||Comb. Sem. LIT368||By appt. OfficeHrs via zoom.|
|9||16:05- 16:55||Colloquium LIT339 [Atrium]||Analysis Sem.||... researcH|
Irregularly, various committee meetings are scheduled; these are not shown in the table above.
In January and February there are irregularly scheduled
which are listed with the regular
(See link on Monday, 9th period.)
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