**Miscellaneous**

## Lecture notes

I have occasionally typed up lecture notes for courses I have attended. Some of these are written quickly and without much in the way of proofreading, and some are written with great care (usually because other people relied on them). Some of these notes can be found below, should they be of use to someone:

- Algebraic number theory,
- Analytic number theory,
- Commutative algebra,
- Complex analysis (written with much care and attention),
- Functional analysis,
- Galois theory,
- Harmonic analysis I and Harmonic analysis II,
- Lie groups,
- Matrix computations,
- Measure and integration theory,
- Topology, and some more different Topology.

Any and all typographical errors and mistakes found therein are mine, not that of the lecturer. If you find such and would like to let me know, feel free to send an email.

In addition, I have on two occasions had the great fortune of teaching a proof based Calculus I course (read: essentially intro to real analysis) to first year maths students. This resulted in the following set of notes, which might be of interest to someone: