Courses tagged with "MICHIGAN"
This is a graduate level mathematics course whose purpose is to prove Mazur's theorem. Mazur's theorem is a well-known and important result, however it is not often taught in classroom settings. The course is divided into three parts: elliptic curves and abelian varieties, moduli of elliptic curves, and proof of Mazur’s theorem.
This course provides a general introduction to the engineering design process – spanning core topics from problem definition through prototyping and testing, as well as other important considerations such as sustainability, failure analysis, and engineering economics.