# Mathematics Support Centre opening times & schedule

## In 'Maths Support'

Back to 'Academic Skills Centre'The Maths Support Centre is open for the spring term from Monday 20th January to Friday 27th March. Opening hours are 10.00-16.00 Monday to Friday and we are not open at weekends. If you need additional assistance, please see our online resources below, or if you have an urgent query, you can get in touch by email asc@contacts.bham.ac.uk.

## Online resources

The www.mathcentre.ac.uk, www.mathtutor.ac.uk and www.statstutor.ac.uk online resources are freely available and might be helpful if you review or revisit a particular topic. Additionally, a Wiki has recently been launched as part of a collaboration between the Universities of Birmingham and Newcastle which contains a range of statistics materials. Further, there are a series of self-help and revision workbooks that we have created:

- Mathematics for Chemistry
- Proofs and Mathematical Reasoning
- Mathematics for Physics

## Fair use policy

Please note that due to demand, we have introduced a fair use policy. Please read before attending the Maths Support Centre. Contact asc@contacts.bham.ac.uk for any further queries

## Opening times

The Maths Support Centre is open for the spring term from Monday 20th January to Friday 27th March. Opening hours are 10.00-16.00 Monday to Friday and we are not open at weekends. The Maths Support advisors can answer any questions for first year undergraduates. If you are undergraduate year 2 or above and require more specialist help, please see the below timetable which shows which skills our advisors have so that you can help with more specific queries.

## Week commenging Monday 20 January

**Monday 20 January**

AM: Combinatorics, probability, and analysis

PM: Functional analysis, fourier analysis, measure theory and real and complex analysis. Numerical analysis, linear algebra, and scientific computing

**Tuesday 21 January**

AM: Applied mathematics and in particular fluid dynamics and mathematical biology and partial differential equations

PM: Combinatorics, algebra and introductory probability, and numerical methods

**Wednesday 22 January**

AM: Algebra

PM: Analysis

**Thursday 23 January**

AM: Algebra, geometry, topology, and analysis, optimisation and applied maths

PM: Topology and metric spaces and number theory. Convex optimization and basic probability theory

**Friday 24 January**

AM: Applied mathematics

PM: Combinatorics and probability, pure maths and algebra

## Week commencing Monday 27 January

**Monday 27 January**

AM: Optimisation, numerical linear algebra, continuum mechanics, coding, applied mathematics and LaTeX

PM: Algebra, functional analysis, fourier analysis, measure theory and real and complex analysis

**Tuesday 28 January**

AM: Applied mathematics and in particular fluid dynamics and mathematical biology. Combinatorics, algebra and introductory probability

PM: Algebra and statistics

**Wednesday 29 January**

AM: Algebra and analysis

PM: Applied mathematics, particularly fluid mechanics and partial differential equations. Convex optimization and basic probability theory

**Thursday 30 January**

AM: Combinatorics and probability, optimisation and applied maths

PM: Algebra and LaTeX, particularly topology and metric spaces and number theory

**Friday 31 January**

AM: Applied mathematics

PM: Statistics, numerical analysis, linear algebra, and scientific computing

## Week commencing Monday 03 February

**Monday 03 February**

AM: Combinatorics, algebra and introductory probability, numerical methods

PM: Functional analysis, fourier analysis, measure theory and real and complex analysis. Optimisation, numerical linear algebra, continuum mechanics, coding, and LaTeX

**Tuesday 04 February**

AM: Topology and metric spaces and number theory, algebra, geometry and analysis

PM: Convex optimization and basic probability theory

**Wednesday 05 February**

AM: Algebra, applied mathematics, particularly fluid mechanics and partial differential equations

PM: Algebra and analysis

**Thursday 06 February**

AM: Statistics, pure maths and combinatorics

PM: Analysis, optimisation and applied maths

**Friday 07 February**

AM: Analysis, algebra and LaTeX

PM: Numerical analysis, linear algebra, scientific computing and pure maths