Mathematics Moderatorship 201819
Junior Sophister Year
Note: Although the list of modules has been updated recently, the regulations that appear below refer to the academic year 2017/18. These regulations will slightly change because of the Trinity Education Project and their updated version will be posted in mid August.
JS Mathematics students take a total of 60 ECTS credits, 30 in each term. Unless indicated otherwise, each module is worth 5 credits.
All module choices are subject to them being possible within the timetable.
Michaelmas term
 MA341C Proofs from the BOOK Lecturers: Prof. Vladimir Dotsenko, Prof. Vincent Gélinas
 MA3421 Functional analysis I [prerequisites: MA2223, MA2224 are desirable] Lecturer: Prof. John Stalker
 MA3427 Algebraic topology I [prerequisites: MA1213 and one of MA2223, MA2321] Lecturer: Prof. David Wilkins
 MA3429 Differential geometry [prerequisite: MA2322] Lecturer: Prof. Sergey Frolov
 MA3431 Classical field theory [prerequisite: MA2342] Lecturer: Prof. Sinéad Ryan
 MA3441 Quantum mechanics I [prerequisite: MA2342] Lecturer: Prof. Tristan McLoughlin
 MA3443 Statistical physics I [prerequisite: MA2342] Lecturer: Prof. Manuela Kulaxizi
 MA3469 Practical numerical simulations [prerequisites: MA1241 and one of MA2327, MA2332] Lecturer: Prof. Michael Peardon
 ST3010 Applied forecasting [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Rozenn Dahyot (Statistics)
 ST3011 Multivariate linear analysis [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Brett Houlding (Statistics)
 ST3453 Stochastic models in space and time I [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Jason Wyse (Statistics)
 ST3456 Modern statistical methods II [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Bernando Nipoti (Statistics)
The above modules are considered to be at the advanced level. Junior Sophister students may include in their choice of modules 5 credits of modules listed below at the intermediate level (provided they have not taken a substantially similar module in a Fresh year) and/or a 5 credit BC module. Appropriate approved modules offered by other Schools in College may be substituted for advanced level modules up to a maximum of 10 credits. See below for a partial list of such modules.
 BC1 Broad Curriculum modules
 MA2341 Advanced classical mechanics I [prerequisite: MA1242] Lecturer: Prof. Sergey Frolov
 MA2361 Computation theory and logic Lecturer: Prof. Colm Ó Dúnlaing
 ST2351 Probability and theoretical statistics [prerequisite: ST1252] Lecturer: Prof. Simon Wilson (Statistics)
Hilary term
 MA3416 Group representations [prerequisites: MA1212, MA1213] Lecturer: Prof. Vincent Gélinas
 MA341F Introduction to algebraic geometry [prerequisites: MA2314, MA2322] Lecturer: Prof. Andreea Nicoara
 MA3428 Algebraic topology II [prerequisites: MA1213 and one of MA2223, MA2321] Lecturer: Prof. Sergey Mozgovoy
 MA342T Partial differential equations [prerequisite: MA2327] Lecturer: Prof. Paschalis Karageorgis
 MA3432 Classical electrodynamics [prerequisite: MA3431] Lecturer: Prof. Alberto Ramos
 MA3442 Quantum mechanics II [prerequisite: MA3441] Lecturer: Prof. Tristan McLoughlin
 MA3444 Statistical physics II [prerequisite: MA3443] Lecturer: Prof. Manuela Kulaxizi
 MA346J Set theory and mathematical logic [prerequisite: MA2361] Lecturer: Prof. Colm Ó Dúnlaing
 MA3484 Methods of mathematical economics [prerequisite: MA1212] Lecturer: Prof. David Wilkins
 ST3454 Stochastic models in space and time II [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Rozenn Dahyot (Statistics)
 ST3455 Modern statistical methods I [prerequisite: ST2351] Lecturer: Prof. Simon Wilson (Statistics)
The above modules are considered to be at the advanced level. Junior Sophister students may include in their choice of modules 5 credits of modules listed below at the intermediate level (provided they have not taken a substantially similar module in a Fresh year) and/or a 5 credit BC module. Appropriate approved modules offered by other Schools in College may be substituted for advanced level modules up to a maximum of 10 credits. See below for a partial list of such modules.
 BC2 Broad Curriculum modules
 MA2332 Equations of mathematical physics II [prerequisite: MA2331] Lecturer: Prof. Anthony Brown
 MA2342 Advanced classical mechanics II [prerequisite: MA2341] Lecturer: Prof. Tristan McLoughlin
 ST2005 Applied probability II [prerequisite: ST1252] Lecturer: Prof. Jason Wyse (Statistics)
Year long modules
MA3496 Mathematics education [10 credits] Lecturers: Prof. Elizabeth Oldham, Prof. Donal O'Donovan
Approved additional modules
Michaelmas term
 CS3011 Symbolic programming [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Tim Fernando (Computer Science)
 CS3016 Introduction to functional programming [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Andrew Butterfield (Computer Science)
 CS4001 Fuzzy logic [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Khurshid Ahmad (Computer Science)
 CS4004 Formal verification [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Vasileios Koutavas (Computer Science)
 CS4012 Topics in functional programming [prerequisite: CS3016] Lecturer: Prof. Glenn Strong (Computer Science)
 CS4052 Computer graphics [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Aljosa Smolic (Computer Science)
 CS4053 Computer vision [5 credits] Lecturer: Prof. Kenneth M. DawsonHowe (Computer Science)
Computer science options may have additional prerequisites and students should check that they have the appropriate background. See https://www.scss.tcd.ie/undergraduate/computerscience/js or https://www.scss.tcd.ie/undergraduate/computerscience/ss/ for more information.
Hilary term
None at the moment.
Mathematics Moderatorship Regulations for the Junior Sophister Year
The regulations that apply to the Moderatorship Course in Mathematics are set out in the The University of Dublin Calendar (School of Mathematics).
 Students take modules to the value of 60 credits (30 in each term).
 Students must register for modules to the value of exactly 60 credits (with the Administrative office of the School of Mathematics) and check that their modules are correctly recorded at the student portal by the deadline (date to be advised but likely to be in January).
 Students will be assessed on their registered modules (only) according to the rules below.
 Papers are set on a majority of modules at the annual examination (held in April/May). The mark for these modules may also incorporate credit for assessed work throughout the academic year as prescribed by the lecturers concerned. (For further information on assessment, consult the individual module descriptions.)
 Results for examinations are published according to the following grades: I = 70 to 100, II.1 = 60 to 69, II.2 = 50 to 59, III = 40 to 49, F.1 = 30 to 39, F.2 = 0 to 29.
 In order to pass an individual module, students must attain a mark of at least 40%.
 In order to pass the annual examinations students must either

pass in each module,
OR 
pass by compensation, which means to
obtain a credit weighted average of at least 40% AND
pass modules totalling at least 40 credits
AND have at least 30% in
the remaining module(s),
OR  pass by aggregation, which means to obtain a credit weighted average of at least 40% AND pass modules totalling at least 40 credits AND have at least 30% in modules totalling at least 50 credits.

pass in each module,
 There are no supplemental examinations in the Sophister years.
 The examinations of the two Sophister years count equally towards the overall mark for moderatorship.
 Students who do not attend regularly, who are absent from tests and examinations without good cause may be returned to the Senior Lecturer's office as nonsatisfactory for the relevant term. Nonsatisfactory students may be refused permission to take their annual examination and may be required to repeat their year by the Senior Lecturer.
 Students who do not pass at the annual examinations are subject to regulations on repetition of year stated in The University of Dublin Calendar (Part II).
(These regulations apply from the academic year 201213.)
Sources of Information
The University of Dublin Calendar
All courses within Trinity College are administered in accordance with the regulations set out in the The University of Dublin Calendar which is published annually. The section of the Calendar setting out the general regulations of the College is published separately in the booklet General Regulations and Information and Board Statement on Safety which is distributed to all students on admission to College.
In particular, the following information can be found in the online version of the University Calendar:
 Regulations concerning Undergraduate Degrees and Diplomas in the School of Mathematics
 General Regulations for TwoSubject Moderatorship Courses
 Content of Subjects in TwoSubject Moderatorship Courses
Important information.
 All students should study the requirements of the university with regard to avoiding plagiarism. In particular all students are required to certify, on submitting assignments etc., that they have read and understood the plagiarism provisions in the General Regulations of the University Calendar for the current year found at http://www.tcd.ie/calendar, and that they have also completed the Online Tutorial on avoiding plagiarism ‘Ready Steady Write’ located at http://tcdie.libguides.com/plagiarism/readysteadywrite.
 Student Guidelines concerning Examinations and Assessment are available on the College web site.
 For students with special requirements resulting from disabilities, there are special arrangements that can be made.
 For dates of terms and other College dates consult the Key Dates listed on the College website.
 For information on their academic progress, including information on course and module registrations, lecture timetables, examination timetables and examination results, students should log into My.tcd.ie (the student administration portal) with their College username and password.
 Some modules may require students to log into MyModule (Blackboard) for lecture notes and slides, and for assessment purposes (online completion of tests , submission of assignments, etc.).
 There is a Student Homepage on the College website, which may be accessed via a link from the TCD Local page.
Please note that The University of Dublin Calendar should be consulted for definitive information about the rules, regulations, and activities of the University.