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Pre-class quizzes: Lecture 7/6: watch the following video. Lecture 7/7: read/watch the following blog post. Lecture 7/8: read/watch the following blog post. Lecture 7/11: read/watch the following blog post. Lecture 7/12: watch this video and this other video. Lecture 7/13: read/watch the following blog post. Lecture 7/14: no quiz. Lecture 7/20: watch the following blog post. Lecture 7/21: watch the following video. Lecture 7/25: watch the following video. Lecture 7/26: watch this video as well as this video. Lecture 7/27: watch the following video. Lecture 7/28: watch the following video. Lecture 8/1: watch this video and this video Lecture 8/2: watch the following video. Lecture 8/3: watch the following video.

The DRP is a reading program in which undergraduate students at Columbia get paired with a graduate student volunteer for a semester. If you are a grad student at Columbia and are interested in the program, email Zoe, Robin or me and we will pair you with an undergrad student willing to read on some topic in your area of knowledge.

Spring 2023: Zhaocheng Dong: Lie algebras, their representations, and category O. Final presentation: The Weyl character formula.

Fall 2022: Shiv Raj Yavnik: Knot invariants. Final presentation: An Extremely Compressed Overview of
Khovanov’s Categorification
of the Jones Polynomial.

Spring 2022: Iris Rosenblum-Sellers, Lie theory: Lie groups, Lie algebras and their representations.

Fall 2021: Tuan Dolmen, Algebraic Topology. Final presentation: Rubinzstein’s Topological Link Invariant