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Mathematical Tripos, Part III, 2004: Notice

The Faculty Board of Mathematics give notice that, in accordance with Regulations 16 and 17 for the Mathematical Tripos (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 327), there will be set in 2004, if candidates desire to present themselves therein, a paper in each of the subjects in the following list. The duration of the paper is shown beside it.

1 Noetherian Algebras 3 hours
2 Topics in Group Theory 3 hours
3 Finite Dimensional Lie Algebras and their Representations 3 hours
4 Pro-p Groups 3 hours
5 Modular Representations of Finite Groups 3 hours
6 Introduction to Functional Analysis 3 hours
7 Harmonic Analysis 3 hours
8 Introduction to Integrable Systems 2 hours
9 Conformal Mappings 3 hours
10 Banach Algebras 3 hours
11 Probabilistic Combinatorics 3 hours
12 Ramsey Theory 2 hours
13 Topics in Combinatorics 3 hours
14 Differential Geometry 3 hours
15 Algebraic Geometry 3 hours
16 Algebraic Topology 3 hours
17 Knot Theory 3 hours
18 Spectral Geometry 3 hours
19 Riemannian Geometry 3 hours
20 Lie Groups 2 hours
21 Topological Methods in Algebraic Geometry 3 hours
22 Intersection Cohomology 3 hours
23 Category Theory 3 hours
24 Set Theory 3 hours
25 Class Field Theory 3 hours
26 Modular Forms 2 hours
27 Cyclotomic Fields 3 hours
28 Advanced Probability 3 hours
29 Poisson Processes 2 hours
30 Stochastic Calculus and Applications 3 hours
31 Large Deviations and Queues 2 hours
32 Quantum Information Theory 3 hours
33 Mathematics of Operational Research 3 hours
34 Advanced Financial Models 3 hours
35 Mathematical Models in Financial Management 2 hours
36 Mathematical Methods in General Equilibrium Theory 2 hours
37 Applied Statistics 3 hours
38 Biostatistics 2 hours
39 Statistical and Population Genetics 2 hours
40 Time Series and Monte Carlo Inference 3 hours
41 Actuarial Statistics 2 hours
42 Statistical Theory 3 hours
43 Applied Multivariate Analysis 2 hours
44 Quantum Field Theory 3 hours
45 Symmetry and Particle Physics 3 hours
46 Statistical Field Theory 2 hours
47 Advanced Quantum Field Theory 3 hours
48 Standard Model 3 hours
49 String Theory 2 hours
50 Supersymmetry and Extra Dimensions 3 hours
51 Solitons and Instantons 2 hours
52 Branes 2 hours
53 Introduction to Quantum Computation 2 hours
54 Quantum Information Science 2 hours
55 General Relativity 3 hours
56 Cosmology 2 hours
57 Black Holes 3 hours
58 Applications of Differential Geometry to Physics 3 hours
59 Advanced Cosmology 3 hours
60 Local and Global Bifurcations 3 hours
61 Boundary Value Problems for Integrable PDEs 2 hours
62 Stellar Magnetohydrodynamics 3 hours
63 Structure and Evolution of Stars 3 hours
64 Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics 3 hours
65 Dynamo Theory 3 hours
66 Galaxies and Dark Matter 3 hours
67 Physical Cosmology 3 hours
68 Accretion Discs 2 hours
69 Numerical Solution of Differential Equations 3 hours
70 Computer-aided Geometric Design 2 hours
71 Approximation Theory 3 hours
72 Theory of Elastic Solids 2 hours
73 Large-scale Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics 3 hours
74 Slow Viscous Flows 3 hours
75 Environmental Fluid Dynamics 3 hours
76 Asymptotic Methods in Fluid Mechanics 3 hours
77 Fluid Mechanics of Swimming Organisms 2 hours
78 Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 2 hours
79 Seismic Waves 2 hours

The Faculty Board remind candidates and Tutors that requests for papers to be set on additional subjects should be sent through members of the Faculty to reach the Secretary of the Faculty Board at the Faculty Office, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, not later than 6 November 2003 (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 327, Regulation 16).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 5 November 2003
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