Differentialgeometrie I, Wintersemester 2021-22

Inhaltsbeschreibung / course description and syllabus

Moodle: https://moodle.hu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=106777
(für Einschreibeschlüssel siehe Inhaltsbeschreibung oben / see course info above for the enrolment key)

Vorlesungsskript / lecture notes

Whiteboard notes from online sessions
January 5 lecture
January 12 lecture
January 12 Übung (Dwivedi)
January 18 lecture
January 19 lecture

Ankündigungen / Announcements

  • 19.01.2022: If you plan to take the final exam on the first of the two scheduled dates, be aware that you must register for it with the Prüfungsbüro by 21.01.2022 (that's the end of this week!). Here are the times and locations of the scheduled exams:
    1. 28.02.2022 at 9:00-12:00 in Rudower Chaussee 26, rooms 0'307 and 0'311
    2. 11.04.2022 at 9:00-12:00 in Rudower Chaussee 26, room 0'307
    Registration for the second exam (only for people who have not taken and passed the first one) will be possible from 1.03.2022 to 20.03.2022. For more information and registration, see the homepage of the Prüfungsbüro Mathematik
  • 18.01.2022: As a result of the internet outages that interrupted today's lecture, the video of the lecture exists in two parts, and a portion in the middle (containing most of the proof of the Gauss lemma) is unfortunately missing.
  • 17.01.2022: THE COURSE WILL BE ENTIRELY ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE (see moodle for details)
  • 12.01.2022: TODAY'S LECTURE WILL BE ONLINE (see moodle for details)
  • 10.01.2022: The lectures this week are back in the usual hybrid (in person + Zoom) mode, and the problem sessions will take place as described in the announcement from 3.01 (one in person, one online).
  • 5.01.2022: The take-home midterm will take place from 12.01 to 26.01.
  • 3.01.2022: The revised problem session schedule from December will continue unchanged for at least the first two weeks of January (5.01 and 12.01):
previous announcements (no longer relevant)

Übungsblätter / Problem sets

Problem sets will normally be posted in this spot every Wednesday and discussed in the problem session (Übung) the following week. They will not be collected or graded.

Other useful links

  • Leitfaden zur Durchfürung von Präsenzveranstaltungen
    Everyone attending lectures at the HU should read through this once at the beginning of the semester (with the aid of Google translate if necessary). It gives very important instructions on matters such as what to do if you develop cold symptoms (hint: that is a good situation in which to make use of the Zoom lecture broadcasts), and who must be informed if you get a positive Covid test result.

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