Gord Sinnamon's Home Page

Gord Sinnamon, Professor
Department of Mathematics
519-661-2111 ext 86535


My work is with Fourier inequalities, weighted norm inequalities, function spaces, interpolation spaces, and positive operators.
Publications (Preprints)

Courses for 2017-18

Calculus I for the Mathematical Sciences: Calculus 1500A
Real Analysis II: Mathematics 3122A
Real Analysis I: Mathematics 2122B


CMS Math Camp @ Western
Teaching Math at Western: Instructor Resources 
Signpost Mazes
Mathematics is a way of thinking abstractly. It is the process that took our society from "one, two, many" to the sophisticated number system that we all learn as children. The process has continued far past number systems and continues still. A mathematician contributes to this evolution by investigating abstract concepts, discovering their interrelationships, appreciating their beauty and usefulness, and communicating them to others in society.