the point is to discover them.

- Galileo.

## Courses

We will offer the following courses in 2023.

- Linear Algebra (LA).
- Analysis and Topology (AT I and II).
- Analysis and Number Theory (ANT).
- Algebraic Combinatorics (AC).
- Number Theory (NT).
- Physics (P).

## Course Schedule

Time | Courses |
---|---|

8:30-10:00 | AC (An Huang @A110) / NT (Philip Vetter @A103) / P (Mauricio Romo @A120) |

10:30-12:00 | LA (Bong Lian @A211) |

13:30-15:00 | AT I (Zuoqin Wang @A103) / AT II (Jilong Tong @A110) / ANT (Cezar Lupu @A120) |

15:30-17:30 | Tutorial Session I, NT@A103, P@A207, AT I@A214, ANT@A120, AT II@A110, AC@A110, LA@A211 |

19:00-20:00 | Tutorial Session II, NT@A103, P@A207, AT I@A214, ANT@A120, AT II@A110, AC@A110, LA@A211 |

X@Y: course X at classroom Y.

## Course Selection

The result of course selection is released. Please download it here.

Course | # of students |
---|---|

Algebraic Combinatorics | 35 |

Number Theory | 45 |

Physics | 23 |

Analysis and Topology I | 32 |

Analysis and Topology II | 36 |

Analysis and Number Theory | 36 |

## Research Projects and Presentations

We will have a Mathcamp Symposium starting on August 10, in which students present results of their projects. These projects will be given in each course by your Mathcamp Lecturer. The following rules apply.

- A student can choose to do one or more research projects in one or more courses.
- A student can do a project by him/herself, or collaborate with other Mathcampers.
- For the purpose of research presentation, a group project can be presented by no more than three students. A student can only present in at most one group (or individually) and on projects in at most one course, even if he/she has worked on projects in different courses. Students who are presenting results should acknowledge contributions from all persons involved, and from all sources used in that project (internet, books, etc).
- Who and how many groups get to present in the end would depend on how many groups we have, and how much time we have. The final list of people presenting may be decided by a short test, along with their performance grades they receive during the camp. The best performing students obviously get priority to present.