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# Category Archives: Math 266: Intro to ODE

## Lecture Notes

I put together in one file the lecture notes I have written for my courses, here they are: Undergraduate ODE Graduate ODE I Dynamical Systems and Models in Biology Mathematics of Networks (Unfinished)

## Hilbert’s 16-th problem solved. Or not?..

Hilbert’s 16th problem. When variational principles meet differential systems Jaume Llibre, Pablo Pedregal We provide an upper bound for the number of limit cycles that polynomial differential systems of a given degree may have. The bound turns out to be … Continue reading

## Semester is over…

…and it is probably time to start posting in the blog again. Here is web page for the course in Mathematical Biology, which turned into a course on geometric theory of ODE and Dynamical systems, so a better title for … Continue reading

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## Updates on teaching

This semester I am teaching Intro to ODE Which will give me a great change to work through the lecture notes again and polish them a little. Math methods in biology Where I will be translating parts of my book in Russian … Continue reading

## Intro to ODE

Here is a full list of lectures for my introductory ODE course: webpage It took more time than I expected, and I am planning to edit and slightly extend them (with respect to the mathematical rigor) next semester. However, now … Continue reading

## Introduction to ODE

Here are my lecture notes (first third of the course) for the Intro to ODE class. The web page will be updating.