Professor Rod Gow Room: 12, Science Lecture Building, UCD, Belfield Phone: +353-1-716-2575 Email: rod.gow@ucd.ie |
Department of Mathematics NUI Dublin |
Research Interests:
Preprints: Characters of pi-separable groups induced by characters of
large Schur index. PDF George Boole and the development of probability theory.
PDF The Steinberg lattice of a finite Chevalley group.
PDF The quadratic type of certain irreducible modules for the symmetric group in characteristic 2 .
PDF A correspondence of conjugacy classes in certain extensions of algebraic groups.
PDF Central difference sets in certain non-abelian 2--groups.
PDF On the vanishing of subspaces of alternating bilinear forms.
PDF George Salmon 1819-1904: his mathematical work and influence.
PDF Life and work of Provost George Salmon FRS 1819-1904: a lecture by Roderick Gow 6 April 2005
PDF First Year Modular Degree Mathematics (Combinatorics and Number Theory) The lecture notes and problem sheets will be available here as the course progresses. Chapter 1
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PDF Problem sheet 1
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PDF Summer Tutorials in Science July 11--29 2005 The cost of enrolment for either tutorial subject is 50 euro. On payment of an additional 30 euro, students may submit homework problems in mathematics for correction and assessment. The fee represents good value given the number of tutorial classes and the opportunity to gain individual attention. The tutorials have run for many years and have been very successful in assisting students. However, they are not miracle cures and not everyone can expect to pass their examinations merely by attending a few classes. Student who cannot attend the first few tutorials because of previous commitments are welcome to attend whenever time permits them (although they must attempt to catch up on the missing lectures to obtain full value from the intensive lectures). Further details and an application form may be printed off from this site (see below). As the course progresses, homework problems, past exam papers, occasional news will be added to this page. For a summary of information relating to the Math1200 course, including brief lecture notes, go to Math1200 home webpage.
Details of Tutorials
PDF Application Form
PDF Exam Questions to Study
PDF Homework Problems 1
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PDF Master's Degree Representation Theory Course P314 The lecture notes and problem sheets will be available here as the course progresses. Chapter 1
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PDF Autumn 2002 Examination Paper
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