Prof. Claude LeBrun.
Office: Math Tower 3-108.
Office hours: TTh 10:10-11:10
This course constitutes the second half of a two-semester
Riemannian geometry. Now equipped with a basic
understanding of Riemannian metrics, connections, and curvature, we
will systematically study the interplay between
topology and curvature.
Prerequisite: MAT 568, or the professor's explicit permission.
Riemannian Geometry, by Peter Petersen, Springer, 2005.
Homework exercises will be assigned frequently, but only collected on a sporadic
basis. You will be expected to work all of these in complete detail.
Failure to do so may result in a complete
to understand much of the material.
Grades will be based on homework and class participation.
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