Courses for graduate students:
* The courses were mostly given several times
and permanently modified.
- Analytic theory of differential equations,
- Qualitative theory of differential equations (two years course),
- Bifurcation theory (local and nonlocal bifurcations),
- Selected topics in differential equations,
- Selected topics in complex analysis,
- Evolutionary systems and their attractors,
- Complex analysis, Cornell 1996,
- Dynamical systems, Cornell, 1996, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03
- Measure theory and Lebesgue integration, Cornell 97,
- Partial Differential Equations, Cornell 99,
- Complex dynamics, Cornell 99
- Various topics in dynamical systems, 6 crash courses in summer
schools 98 - 03.
Courses for undergraduate
- Ordinary differential equations (modification of Arnold's
course with relations to complex analysis inserted).
- Honors calculus, Cornell 02, 03.
- PDE and Hilbert spaces Cornell 01.