I had another 1+epsilon classes today since I decided to try out the class on noncommutative noetherian rings. An interesting side-effect of taking classes in the specific research areas of various professors is that they don’t use notes when they lecture (or at least not much), whereas they did when they were teaching basic classes. The professor for the ring theory class is also the (co)author of the textbook.

Only four students showed up to the discussion section for game theory, and none of us were actually economics students, so we assumed that an announcement was made to the economics students that there would be no class today (which is not too surprising, as there isn’t much to say in a discussion section before the first lecture).

So the first two days of classes are done. It seems a good start to the quarter as of yet.


About Simon

Hi. I'm Simon Rubinstein-Salzedo. I'm a mathematics postdoc at Dartmouth College. I'm also a musician; I play piano and cello, and I also sometimes compose music and study musicology. I also like to play chess and write calligraphy. This blog is a catalogue of some of my thoughts. I write them down so that I understand them better. But sometimes other people find them interesting as well, so I happily share them with my small corner of the world.
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