I'm stickying this thread to the front (momentarily) because it slipped thru my fingers and I didn't get a chance to respond. But I will. I will then unsticky it when we've dealt with it. Very sorry for my very tardy responses!! {:P}

I'm stickying this thread to the front (momentarily) because it slipped thru my fingers and I didn't get a chance to respond. But I will. I will then unsticky it when we've dealt with it. Very sorry for my very tardy responses!!

Posted June 21st, 2014
by The Fly

Well, I ended up taking Measure Theory and Linear Algebra. (I needed to take those classes for sure since all math students do).
Currently, I'm taking a reading course in algebraic topology (focusing on covering spaces and homology).
My instructor also has me attending a seminar on hyperbolic geometry over this summer. I don't have to present, but I get to see the basics, I guess.
In the fall, I am registered for Differential Geometry and Topology as well as Commutative Algebra.

Well, I ended up taking Measure Theory and Linear Algebra. (I needed to take those classes for sure since all math students do).

Currently, I'm taking a reading course in algebraic topology (focusing on covering spaces and homology).

My instructor also has me attending a seminar on hyperbolic geometry over this summer. I don't have to present, but I get to see the basics, I guess.

In the fall, I am registered for Differential Geometry and Topology as well as Commutative Algebra.

Posted June 22nd, 2014
by Yeano

Sounds excellent! {y}{y}{y} I love all those topics and have taken them all. Except I have not spent too much time with hyperbolic geometry - but more in terms of differentiable manifolds and differential geometry. I enjoyed the treatment of George Mackey who related this stuff with quantum and classical mechanics in his wonderful book: mathematical foundations of QM.
Glad to see the great progress you made, Yeano!

Sounds excellent! {y}{y}{y} I love all those topics and have taken them all. Except I have not spent too much time with hyperbolic geometry - but more in terms of differentiable manifolds and differential geometry. I enjoyed the treatment of George Mackey who related this stuff with quantum and classical mechanics in his wonderful book: mathematical foundations of QM.

Glad to see the great progress you made, Yeano!

Posted June 23rd, 2014
by The Fly