Take a look at some of the work from our students and get a feel for what you could be doing on your course.
Here are some interactive pages and software guides for you to investigate. They were written by former staff and students of our department. Many of them were final year undergraduate projects:
- Interactive Euclidean Algorithm (by Harrison Childs)
- Fibonacci numbers and the golden section (by Ron Knott)
- Ron Knott's homepage with links to more maths on the web
- Interactive maths journey (by Amandhi Kularatne)
- Differential Equations tutorial and exercises (by Vithya Nanthakumaar)
- University mathematics: matrices and vectors (by Emma Thomas)
- Vortex leapfrogging interactive pages (by Amanda Johns)
- HTML learning package (by Nigel Martin)
- Real mathematics (by Matthew Ayres)
- Classical dynamics (by Michael Hart)
Finally, here is a literature review by one of our students:
You can download a copy of the Möbius Flyer (PowerPoint) produced by the Department of Mathematics. Print it, twist it, stick it and cut it: Can you explain why it does what it does? Here are some notes to help explain what happens and why.