- Monday, 4 March 2019, at 18:15-19:45 in room HG G 19.1

- Monday, 21 January 2019, at 12:30-14:00 in room HG G 19.2

First lecture is on Thursday, 27 September.

- Monday, 4 March 2019, at 18:15-19:45 in room HG G 19.1

- Monday, 21 January 2019, at 12:30-14:00 in room HG G 19.2

First lecture is on Thursday, 27 September.

**Exams of the previous years**

You can find the previous exams with solutions (until 2016) in the AMIV webpage at this link https://www.amiv.ethz.ch/studium/unterlagen/20 (log in to access it).

You can find the previous exams with solutions (for 2017/2018) in this folder https://polybox.ethz.ch/index.php/s/blX7S0zOQTyXOdf.

**Winter 2019 - Exam and solutions**

Exam Winter 2019 | Solutions Winter 2019 |

**Summer 2019 - Exam and solutions**

Exam Summer 2019 | Solutions Summer 2019 |

The exercise classes are every Thursday/Friday, starting from the first week of lectures, that is on 27/28 September. The problems are on the arguments treated in the lecture held on Thursday.

However, the exercise sheets will be published already every Monday, so that you can start having a look at them.

We expect you to do that, in order to be able to ask your questions in the exercise class.

After the exercise class you have exactly one week to hand in your solutions, either in your assistant's box in HG F27, or directly to your assistant in the following exercise class.

Your solutions will then be corrected and handed in back to you in the second exercise class to come (or left in the box if you're not there in the class).

Written solutions will be published in the weekend *after* you have handed in your exercises. We encourage you to actively participate to the classes.

**Bonus exercises: **the exercises denoted by "Bonus exercise" are not necessary in preparation for the exam.

Exercise sheet | Due by | Solution |
---|---|---|

Serie 1 - preliminary exercises | - | Solutions 1 |

Serie 2 | 4/5 October | Solutions 2 |

Serie 3 | 11/12 October | Solutions 3 |

Serie 4 | 18/19 October | Solutions 4 |

Serie 5 | 25/26 October | Solutions 5 |

Serie 6 | 1/2 November | Solutions 6 |

Serie 7 | 8/9 November | Solutions 7 |

Serie 8 | 15/16 November | Solutions 8 |

Serie 9 | 22/23 November | Solutions 9 |

Serie 10 | 29/30 November | Solutions 10 |

Serie 11 | 6/7 December | Solutions 11 |

Serie 12 | 13/14 December | Solutions 12 |

Serie 13 | - | Solutions 13 |

Serie 14 | - | Solutions 14 |

Serie 15 - Ferienserie | - | Solutions 15 |

Please enroll in an exercise class as soon as you can via Echo and spread as evenly as possible. Only the tutor you are enrolled with is obliged to correct your exercises.

Time | Room | Assistant | Language |
---|---|---|---|

Th 15-16 | HG E 33.5 | Eberhard Harnoncourt | de/en |

Th 15-16 | HG G 26.5 | Sam Bodry | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | CHN D 42 | Bhavya Sukhija | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | CHN D 46 | Carl Philipp Bucholtz | de |

Fr 15-16 | CHN D 48 | Shuaixin Qi | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | HG D 7.1 | Lütolf Marco | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | HG F 26.3 | Stefanie Miller | de |

Fr 15-16 | HG F 26.5 | Rafaél Monasterios Gallardo | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | HG G 26.3 | Giulia Zobrist | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | ML J 37.1 | Felix Fricke | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | LFW C 11 | Axel Holliger | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | ML F 34 | Annina Eichenberger | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | ML F 36 | Eric Sinner | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | ML J 34.1 | Christoph Germann | de |

Fr 15-16 | ML J 34.3 | Amir Hadzic | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | NO C 44 | Louisa Hillegaart | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | NO C 6 | Natalija Jovanovic | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | NO D 11 | Nicolas Kaufmann | de/en |

Fr 15-16 | NO E 39 | Victor Klemm | de/en |

C. R. Wylie & L. Barrett, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw-Hill, 6th ed.

S.J. Farlow, Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, Dover Books on Mathematics, NY.

G. Felder, Partielle Differenzialgleichungen für Ingenieurinnen und Ingenieure, hypertextuelle Notizen zur Vorlesung Analysis III im WS 2002/2003.

Y. Pinchover, J. Rubinstein, An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, Cambridge University Press, 2005

For reference/complement of the Analysis I/II courses:

Ingenieur-Analysis by Christian Blatter (available at Blatter).