Photo by R K on Unsplash Materials for Kohji Matsumoto’s course Post author:Yuta Suzuki Post published:June 25, 2021 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments:8 Comments You need to be logged in to see this post. You Might Also Like Video of James Parks’s lecture July 12, 2021 Video and problems for Catherine Goldstein’s course July 2, 2021 Slides from Serge Cohen’s lecture July 9, 2021 This Post Has 8 Comments Min 25 Jun 2021 Reply I am really looking forward to this number theory lec! Am I supposed to see any pdf/material posted? or is it just not up yet? Yuta Suzuki 27 Jun 2021 Reply Thanks for your comment, Min! I’m a TA of this lecture, Yuta. Actually, it was just a test page for this lecture, but now we made the exercise list available! I hope it may give you some fun before the actual lecture and exercise session. Min 27 Jun 2021 Reply Thanks Yuta! Yes, that is a lot of problems:) I’ve been reading Elementary Number Theory by James Strayer. Would I be able to get any lecture notes/extra materials before our lecture? Yuta Suzuki 28 Jun 2021 Reply @Min Thanks for showing further interest on Prof. Matsumoto’s lecture. OK, then, now we made the lecture note available for participants. Some parts of the lecture note are sketchy, so please do not miss the actual lecture! Min 29 Jun 2021 Thank you! Wow, we can cover all this in 90 min? This is almost half of my first NT course! Yes, I am really looking forward to the lecture, otherwise I wouldn’t sign up for a 3am lecture XD Joaquin Triviño 6 Jul 2021 Reply Greetings, I am not enrolled in the course, so I would like to know, is it possible to openly view the sessions and notes of the course? Daniel Fiorilli 6 Jul 2021 Reply @Joaquin: yes, but you must first log in. Daniel Fiorilli 11 Jul 2021 Reply Do not forget to look at the related Forum topic: https://www.mathematicalsummerinparis.fr/index.php/forums/topic/questions-on-kohji-matsumotos-course/ Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.