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Last practice, Additional Exercise Class and Office Hours

Wednesday 20 October 2021

Dear Students,

the last Practice of Mathematics 1 will be held on Thursday 4th November, at the usual time 9am-11am

I have also fixed an Exercise Class on Friday December 3rd at 9am. In this class, I will discuss the solution of the Mock Exam which will be delivered the week before.

A few additional information:

The office hour on Friday 22nd October (in two days) at 11am is cancelled. Instead, I will be available tomorrow afternoon from 2pm to 4pm.

From next week to the end of the year (i.e. December 2021) the office hour will be done on Thursday from 2pm to 4pm. If you need to make it online, please contact me in advance via email. If you wish to fix an office hour on another day/time, please get in touch me via email.

From January 2022 office hours will be by appointment to be fixed via email.

Best regards,


Changes in the calendar for next week on 12 and 13 October

Thursday 07 October 2021

Dear Student,

In order to recover today's Mathematics lecture, we have added an extra class on October 12 at 1 PM, in room P3.

Moreover, the lecture scheduled on Wednesday, October 13, has been shifted at 2 PM in room T3.

Timetable on Teams and Delphi has been already updated.


Best regards,


Extra Practical on Friday 1st October 2021

Tuesday 28 September 2021

Dear Students of the course Mathematics,

As you may have noticed I have set an additional Practical this week on Friday from 11 am to 1 pm.

This lecture will be run by me and has a double purpose.

During the first 30 minutes (approximately) I will give you some detailed information on the Midterm and the exam, as promised during the first lecture. The rest of the Practical will be dedicated to exercises on trigonometric functions, since many of you have contacted me in the last days to ask for a lecture on this topic. Let me point that trigonometric functions are part of the preliminaries of this course and the Bachelor program has already organized pre-courses at the beginning of September to fill the gaps you might have from your previous studies. Nevertheless, I have decided to give an extra lecture hoping that this may help you.

See you in the next class.

Best regards,