Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Mathematics
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Acting Head of the School of Mathematics Richard D. Schafer Regarding the Death of Samuel Demitry Zeldin, 1965 November 18
News Release issued by the MIT Office of Public Relations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Mathematics curricula materials span from 1884 to 1979. The collection comprises primarily syllabi and course notes, with some examination questions.
The Mathematics Department facilitates pure and applied mathematics instruction and research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website includes information on department programs and admissions, departmental services, and community initiatives. The website also includes research focuses and projects, a directory of department affiliates, and current news and events.
The papers of Norman Levinson include notes and calculations on analytic number theory, zeta functions, prime number theory, Wiener's theorem, and linear differential equations. Also includes correspondence with colleagues at MIT and elsewhere; memoranda concerning the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Mathematics; and biographical and memorial material on Levinson written at the time of his death.