Term: 1192 - 1192

Instructor: Vasy, Sarkar

**Be able to solve explicit PDE problems accessible by the tools covered in the course**

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**Be able to analyze and describe qualitative properties of solutions of PDEs (e.g. domain of dependence, singularities of solutions, energy conservation/estimates, maximum principle)**

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**Apply Fourier analysis techniques (Fourier transform and Fourier series), and understand when these can be applied**

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**Be able to use distribution theory and the concept of weak solutions of PDE both as analytic tools (e.g. what is the Fourier transform of the constant function 1?) and as giving solutions of PDE**

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How useful to you were the **lectures**?

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How useful to you were the **problem sets**?

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How useful to you was/were the **instructor's Lecture Notes/Textbook**?

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**How well did the problem sets correspond to the course material?**

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**What would you change in this course?**

**What was your favorite aspect of the course?**

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