Spring 2016 MATH 277 001 LEC

Topics in Differential Geometry
001 LECTuTh 930-11A 6 EVANSHUTCHINGS, M54521
Units/CreditFinal Exam GroupEnrollment
4NONELimit:24 Enrolled:11 Waitlist:0 Avail Seats:13 [on 02/29/16]
Additional Information: 

Prerequisites: Basic familiarity with symplectic geometry, and willingness to look things up as needed.

Description: The topic of this course is "applied holomorphic curve theory". This means: (1) Using holomorphic curves to prove theorems that do not include holomorphic curves in their statement, either explicitly or implicitly; (2) Developing a working knowledge of relevant facts about holomorphic curves and technical pitfalls to watch out for.

Office: 923 Evans

Office Hours: TBA, probably on Tuesday

Required Text: none

Recommended Reading: References will be suggested during the course.

Grading: Each student is expected to either write a short expository paper or give an in-class presentation on a topic of interest.


Course Webpage: To be linked from math.berkeley.edu/~hutching