National master course on Functional Analysis or comparable. A first introductory course, such as the Leiden Linear Analysis course, is usually not sufficient.
The Functional Analysis Seminar is intended for advanced master students, PhD students, and staff. Its aim is to master a topic in Functional Analysis that is of interest to participants from these three groups. This topic will be determined during the fall semester.
People interested from other universities are most welcome to attend.
Not Applicable, as the info about the aim under "Description" cannot be specified further as long as the topic is not known.
The schedule for the course can be found on MyTimeTable.
Mode of instruction
During a meeting, one of the participants gives a 90 minute lecture.
The dates in the official schedule are only indicative. The precise dates will be determined in accordance with the participants’ possibilities.
Active participation and at least one lecture are necessary. Grades are not given, only (when applicable) a "pass".
Please note: when you are a master student not from Leiden, contact your study advisor or exam committee beforehand about the eligibility of this seminar for your own programme, in order to prevent unwanted surprises.
Depends on the topic and will be announced in due time.
From the academic year 2022-2023 on every student has to register for courses with the new enrollment tool MyStudyMap. There are two registration periods per year: registration for the fall semester opens in July and registration for the spring semester opens in December. Please see this page for more information.
Please note that it is compulsory to both preregister and confirm your participation for every exam and retake. Not being registered for a course means that you are not allowed to participate in the final exam of the course. Confirming your exam participation is possible until ten days before the exam.
Extensive FAQ's on MyStudymap can be found here.
If you are interested, contact Marcel de Jeu, Bram Mesland, or Onno van Gaans during the fall semester.
A publicly accessible website will be set up in due time. Since the seminar has non-Leiden participants, we cannot use Brightspace.