MMAT5021 - Differential and Algebraic Methods in Geometry - 2015/16
- Please note that the venue of the final exam on 26/4 will be changed to WMY304.
- Thank Charles Kwok for sharing his solution to exercises.
- Final Exam will be started at 19:00 on 26/4 at WMY304
Lau Chi Hin
- Office: LSB 208
- Tel: 3943 7987
- Office: AB1 505
- Tel: 3943 4298
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Tuesday 18:30-21:15; WMY 303
This course is designed for the M.Sc. Degree Programme in Mathematics. The course is intended to provide an introduction to the geometry of curves and surfaces in 3 dimensional Euclidean space. The fundamental group and its application in the classification of closed surfaces will also be discussed.
- O'Neill, Barrett. Elementary Differential Geometry. Academic Press.
- Pressley, Andrew. Elementary Differential Geometry. Springer Verlag.
- Miles Reid, Undergraduate Algebraic Geometry, Cambridge University Press
- Torsten Ekedahl, One semester of Elliptic Curves, European Mathematical Society
- Joseph H. Silverman and John Tate, Rational Points on Elliptic Curves, Springer Verlag.
- Differential Methods in Geometry
- Exercise 0
- Exercise 1 (Revised 12/2)
- Exercise 2 (Revised 18/2)
- Exercise 3 (Revised 7/3)
- Exercise 0 Solution (by Charles Kwok)
- Exercise 1 Solution (by Charles Kwok)
- Exercise 2 Solution (by Charles Kwok)
- Lecture notes Exercise 2 Solution (by Charles Kwok)
- Lecture notes Exercise 3 Solution (by Charles Kwok)
- Assignment 1: Exercise 1: Questions 2,3,5,7,8,11 (Due: 2 Feb (Tue)) (Revised 12/2)
- Assignment 2: Exercise 2: Questions 2,3,4,6,7,8 (Due: 23 Feb (Tue)) (Revised 18/2)
- Assignment 3: Exercise 3: Questions 1,2,3,4,7 (Due: 8 March (Tue) Not compulsory)
- Assignment 4: Exercise 2: 1(a),(c),2,4(a),(c),5(a),(c),6(b),(d),8 (Due: 5 April 2016 Tuesday) (24/3 revised)
- Assignment 5: Exercise 3: 2, 3, 4(a),(b), 5 (Due: 19 April 2016 Tuesday)
Quizzes and Exams
- Solutions to Exercise 1
- Solutions to Exercise 2
- Solutions to Exercise 3
- Solutions to Exercise 4
- Solutions to Exercise 5
|Mid-term exam (March 8)||35%|
|Final exam (April 26 19:00 WMY 304)||45%|
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Last updated: April 20, 2016 12:44:49