During a very brief email exchange, a professor of my university (mathematician) said that he is available to take on a masters student at the moment and gave me an appointment during his office hours.
Roughly in the same spirit as the question How much detail to include in first email to potential PhD supervisor?, I'd like to ask
What kind of "support material" should I bring to this "interview" to make sure the professor collects a sufficient (and sufficiently well-organized) amount of information?
I mean, in addition to the basics, which are
- a copy of my CV;
- a copy of my trascript;
- a concise summary of my mathematical background that is relevant to the (possible) thesis topic with precise references to courses, workshops, conferences, summer schools, and the books or papers I've read.