Further to
their Notices of 26 November 2009 (*Reporter*, p. 270), 9 December
2009 (*Reporter*, p. 377), and 20 January 2010
(*Reporter*, p. 489) in accordance with Regulations 18 and 19
for the Mathematical Tripos (*Statutes and Ordinances*, p. 361),
the Examiners give notice that a candidate may submit an essay on the following
additional
topics:

83. Application of Statistic Field Theory to reaction-diffusion problems

84. Sex, pregnancy, and statistics: estimating conception probabilities from temperature data

85. Interface evolution and pattern formation in the FitzHugh-Nagumo Model

86. Directional motion of photochemically active nanoparticles

87. Stream and wrinkle, shear and ripple

88. Pseudodifferential operators

89. Black rings

90. Warp Drive Theory

91. Geometric quantization

92. Comparison of optimal quantum control algorithms

93. The Dirichlet problem for the minimal surface equation

94. Realizability

95. Constructing elliptic curves with a given number of points

96. Carleson’s Theorem for Walsh Fourier Series

97. Picard’s Little Theorem via Brownian motion

98. Block-sorting data compression

99. Convergent sequences of graphs