## Evidence based mathematics teaching

This meeting was held in March 2015. Follow the link for the slides and other information.

## Ideas for projects

I am willing to supervise projects in almost any area of algebra or combinatorics.

## Lecture notes

- MT362/462/5462 Cipher Systems, lectured Winter 2020 RHUL. The course was delivered
face-to-face and online because of Covid-19. Videos covering all the course were posted to Moodle. There was also weekly Groupwork via ExplainEverything that I won't attempt to archive here.
- Outline notes
- Problem sheets
- Slides
- Extra material for MT5462 and Slides
- Mathematica notebooks (also used in previous years)
- Revision session notes

- MT341/441/5441 Channels, lectured Winter 2019 RHUL (for the first and possibly last time).
- MT182 Matrix Algebra, lectured Spring 2016 RHUL (for the first and possibly last time).
- Symmetric functions, lectured Winter 2015 RHUL.
- MT454 Combinatorics, lectured Winter 2015 RHUL. This is my final version
of the course.
- Outline notes
- Preliminary problem sheet and some answers
- Problem sheets and some answers
- Slides
- MSc Miniproject

- MT181 Number Systems, lectured Winter 2014 RHUL. This is my final version of the course.
- MT361 / MT461 / MT5461 Error Correcting Codes, lectured Spring 2013 RHUL. This is my final version of the course.
- Notes and problem sheets for a postgraduate course on the representation theory of the symmetric group, Winter 2011 RHUL. (Revised June 2014.)
- Notes and problem sheets for 3rd year Combinatorics, lectured Spring 2007 Swansea.
- Notes and problems sheets for Section C Lie Algebras, lectured Hilary 2006 Oxford. If you find the notes useful, you might also like this book.

Notes and problem sheets for older versions of these courses.

## Notes on undergraduate mathematics

- Jordan normal form and the structure theorem for abelian groups (January 2005). A shorter more polished version dealing only with Jordan normal form is here.
- Notes on Farkas' Lemma and the strong duality theorem for linear programming (July 2014).

## Vacation work set for Oxford undergraduates

- First year pure mathematics vacation work for Trinity 2006
- First year analysis vacation work for Hilary 2006 and some answers
- First year analysis vacation work for Michaelmas 2005 and some answers
- Groups and fields vacation questions
- Further exercises for ‘Groups in Action’
- Second year analysis vacation work for Michaelmas 2005
- Easter 2004 first year algebra vacation work and some answers