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Administration

Director of Studies

I oversee the day to day running of the Undergraduate Teaching in the School. I chair the fortnightly meetings responding to, and attempting to anticipate, any problems with teaching. I am more than happy to be told of any issues by students, either by seeing me in Rm 1.109 in the Alan Turing Building, emailing me or contacting a Student Representative.

My Timetable for 2016-17 Semester 1

  9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00
Monday  
    Ops Meeting,
even numbered weeks
Project Student      
Tuesday Feedback Supervision
MATH10101
G.109
MATH20101 ℝ and ℂ Analysis,
TUTORIAL
Alan Turing Building, G.205
  Project Student     MATH20101 ℝ and ℂ Analysis,
TUTORIAL
Alan Turing Building, G.207
   
Wednesday MATH20101 ℝ and ℂ Analysis,
LECTURE
Roscoe, Theatre A
               
Thursday     MATH20101 ℝ and ℂ Analysis,
LECTURE
Roscoe, Theatre A
  Office Hour
1.109
  Seminar      
Friday                  

My Office Hour is Thursday, 12.30-1.30. I am happy, though, for you to make an appointment, preferably by email, to see me at any time I am free.

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Teaching

For 2016-17 I will be teaching MATH20101, Real Analysis, MATH20132, Calculus of Several Variables and MATH41022, Analytic Number Theory.

Courses I have taught in previous years that you might find interesting.

Research

 A few Gaussian Primes

Analytic Number Theory with special interest in the "geometric" distribution of ideals in number fields and, in particular, the distribution of Gaussian primes in the plane. The (almost certainly false?) conjecture in this area is that one can walk from the origin of the plane out to infinity with steps of bounded length stepping only on the Gaussian primes.


For further details see

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Contact details

Dr M D Coleman
Mathematics Department,
Alan Turing Building,
The University of Manchester,
Oxford Road,
Manchester M13 9PL

0161 30 63649 (use + 44 161 200 3649 from overseas)
Fax:(0161) 200 3669
Email: coleman@manchester.ac.uk

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