Math 6308   Ordinary differential Equations II.  Spring 2018

Schedule: 1:30 - 2:45 pm  TR

Classroom: Skiles 255

Office: Skiles  102A

Phone: 404-894-4750



Office hours: 10:05 - 11am W & 12:30 - 1:25pm R  


Instructor: Chongchun Zeng

Prerequisites: MATH 2552&4541, or permission of the instructor

Participation: Attendence in classes is mandatory. Students are expected to read the materials before and/or after the classes. It is suggested that you start to work on homework problems right after they are assigned.

Main reference book: Ordinary differential equations with applications, Carmen Chicone, 2nd edition, Springer. (Homework will mainly come from this book.)


Materials:  In this semester, we will develop the qualitative theory for systems of nonlinear ordinary differential equations. After a brief review of the material covered in Math 6307, the main subjects include invariant manifold theory, bifurcation theory, normal forms, periodic orbits and homoclinic orbits. The topics are among


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Homework assignments: