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         Differential Geometry:     more books (100)
  1. Differential Geometry, Lie Groups, and Symmetric Spaces (Graduate Studies in Mathematics) by Sigurdur Helgason, 2001-06-12
  2. Differential Geometry: Curves - Surfaces - Manifolds, Second Edition by Wolfgang Kühnel, 2005-12-13
  3. Riemannian Geometry by Manfredo P. do Carmo, 1992-01-01
  4. Differential Geometry of Three Dimensions by C. E. Weatherburn, 1947
  5. A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry, Vol. 4, 3rd Edition by Michael Spivak, 1999-01-01
  6. Manifolds and Differential Geometry (Graduate Studies in Mathematics) by Jeffrey M. Lee, 2009-11-25
  7. Applied Differential Geometry by William L. Burke, 1985-05-31
  8. Modern Differential Geometry for Physicists (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics) by C. J. Isham, 1999-06
  9. Lectures on Differential Geometry (Series on University Mathematics, Volume 1) by Shiing-Shen Chern, W. H. Chen, et all 1999-11
  10. Discrete Differential Geometry (Oberwolfach Seminars)
  11. Differential Geometry: Cartan's Generalization of Klein's Erlangen Program (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by R.W. Sharpe, 1997-06-12
  12. Surveys in Differential Geometry, Vol. 9: Eigenvalues of Laplacians and other geometric operators (2010 re-issue) by [various], 2010-03-20
  13. Differential Geometry in the Large: Seminar Lectures New York University 1946 and Stanford University 1956 (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Heinz Hopf, 1989-09-05
  14. Differential Geometry and Analysis on CR Manifolds (Progress in Mathematics) by Sorin Dragomir, Giuseppe Tomassini, 2006-03-17

21. Differential Geometry
differential geometry. August 11, 2003 to May 15, 2004 at the MathematicalSciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California Organized
Differential Geometry
August 11, 2003 to May 15, 2004
at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California Organized by: Robert Bryant (co-chair), Frances Kirwan, Peter Petersen, Richard Schoen, Isadore Singer, and Gang Tian (co-chair) Differential geometry is a vast subject that has its roots in both the classical theory of curves and surfaces, i.e., the study of properties of objects in physical space that are unchanged by rotation and translation, and in the early attempts by Gauss and Riemann, among others, to understand the features of problems from the calculus of variations that are independent of the coordinates in which they might happen to be described.
As classical as the subject is, it is currently undergoing a very vigorous development, interacting strongly with theoretical physics, mechanics, topology, algebraic geometry, symplectic topology, partial differential equations, the calculus of variations, integrable systems, and many other subjects. The five main topics on which we propose to concentrate the program are areas that have shown considerable growth in the last ten years:
  • Complex geometry, calibrated geometries and special holonomy

22. Homepage Of Differential Geometry Group
differential geometry. One of the main topics of the research in the area ofdifferential geometry is Infinite Dimensional differential geometry.
Differential Geometry
This is the homepage of the group of people in the Mathematics Institute of the University of Vienna working in or interested in Differential Geometry, Algebraic Geometry, or Algebraic Topology. One of the main topics of the research in the area of Differential Geometry is Infinite Dimensional Differential Geometry. Here, the geometry of manifolds is under investigation that is modelled on general locally convex vector spaces. In particular, the theory of infinite dimensional Lie groups (for example, groups of diffeomorphisms on finite dimensional manifolds) is studied. In the area of Finite Dimensional Differential Geometry the main research directions are, among others, the study of actions of Lie groups, as well as geometric structures of finite order and Cartan connexions. This work has strong algebraic connections, for example to the theory of algebraic groups and to the representation theory of semisimple Lie groups.
Some interesting web links
  • The ESI homepage: ESI Lectures and seminars ESI preprints
  • The EMS homepage: ... Zentralblatt MATH Database.
  • 23. Sfb 288 Home Page
    Translate this page Sonderforschungsbereich 288 differential geometry and Quantum Physics.Speaker Prof. Dr. Ulrich Pinkall Secretary Bianca Toltz Sekr.
    Home About Us Research People ... Other Info Sonderforschungsbereich 288
    Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics Speaker:
    Prof. Dr. Ulrich Pinkall
    Bianca Toltz
    Sekr. MA 8-5
    Technische Universität Berlin
    Strasse des 17. Juni 136, 10623 Berlin
    phone: +49 (0)30 314 79252
    fax: +49 (0)30 314 21577
    email: Webmaster
    Sfb 288 Mathematics 8-5, Strasse des 17 Juni 136, TU-Berlin Berlin

    24. Sfb 288 Preprints Archive
    Sfb 288 differential geometry and Quantum Physics.Category Science Math Publications Institutional Collections...... Home About Us Research People Publications News OtherInfo , Sfb 288 differential geometry and Quantum Physics. Preprints Archive.
    Home About Us Research People ... Other Info Sfb 288 Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics Preprints Archive Have a look at the description on how to deposit Sfb 288 preprints on the web server. The preprints are arranged in approximate chronological order, and numbered from 1 upwards. Some postscript files are not available, particularly for the early preprints. You can also search in the preprint database. Some recent arrivals: B. Hartmann:
    Generalized Wick Transform in Dimensionally Reduced Gravity. (469 kB)
    I. Bjelakovic, T. Krüger, Ra. Siegmund-Schultze, A. Szkola: (79 kB)
    Igor Bjelakovic, Arleta Szkola:
    The Data Compression Theorem for Ergodic Quantum Information Sources (148 kB)
    Igor Bjelakovic, Tyll Krüger, Rainer Siegmund-Schultze, Arleta Szkola:
    The Shannon-McMillan Theorem for Ergodic Quantum Lattice Systems (121 kB)
    Th. Neukirchner:
    Solvable Pseudo-Riemannian Symmetric Spaces (309 kB)

    25. Differential Geometry Page
    This page contains a few figures which are the result of easy codes using Mathematica, including Category Science Math Geometry differential geometry......differential geometry Page. This page contains a few figureswhich are the result of easy codes using Mathematica.
    Differential Geometry Page
    This page contains a few figures which are the result of easy codes using Mathematica.

    26. Sun-Yung Alice Chang
    Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University. Subjects geometric analysis, algebraic geometry, differential geometry.
    Sun-Yung Alice Chang
    Department of Mathematics, Princeton University
    Office Phone: 609-258-5114
    Fall 2002: Teaching Math 215
    MathSciNet Home Page e-Print title/author/abstract search (Algebraic Geometry) Recent preprints (Differential Geometry) Recent preprints (Analysis of PDE)
    New Papers
  • Sun-Yung A. Chang, Jie Qing and Paul Yang, ``On finiteness of Kleinian groups in general dimension,'' preprint, (2001). [ ps Sun-Yung A. Chang, Matt Gursky and Paul Yang, ``A prior estimate for a class of fully nonlinear equations on 4-manifolds,'' Journal D'Analyse Mathematique, Vol 87 (2002), memorial issue for Thomas Wolff, to appear . [ ps Sun-Yung A. Chang, Chiun-Chaun Chen and Chang-Shou Lin, ``Extremal functions for a mean field equation in two dimension,'' preprint, (2001).
  • Sun-Yung A. Chang, Matt Gursky and Paul Yang, ``Entire solutions of a fully non-linear equation,'' preprint (2001). [ ps Sun-Yung A. Chang and Paul Yang, ``The inequality of Moser and Trudinger and applications to conformal geometry,'' preprint, 2002; to appear in CPAM, memorial issue for Jurgen Moser. [ ps Sun-Yung A. Chang and Paul Yang, ``Non-linear Partial Differential equations in Conformal Geometry", to appear in the Proceedings for ICM 2002, Beijing. [
  • 27. Norris, James
    Research interests Topics in probability and analysis, including stochastic differential equations, Malliavin calculus, analysis of heat kernels, homogenization, Brownian motion and Brownian sheet, stochastic differential geometry, models of coagulation and coalescence.

    28. Differential Geometry Group
    Pure Maths differential geometry Group, Staff. Yorkshire DifferentialGeometry Days. differential geometry Links. The Geometry Center.

    29. GANG | Geometry Analysis Numerics Graphics
    The Center is an interdisciplinary differential geometry research team in the Dept of Mathematics Statistics at the University of UMass Amherst.
    The GANG Gallery of
    Constant Mean Curvature Surfaces

    The GANG Gallery of
    Willmore Surfaces

    The GANG Gallery of
    Minimal Surfaces

    The GANG Gallery of
    Pseudospherical Surfaces

    Summer REU program at GANG

    30. Differential Geometry Authors/titles Recent Submissions
    differential geometry. To appear in Journal of differential geometry Subjclass DifferentialGeometry; Algebraic Geometry; Symplectic Geometry Thu, 13 Mar 2003.
    Differential Geometry
    Authors and titles for recent submissions
  • Tue, 18 Mar 2003 Mon, 17 Mar 2003 Fri, 14 Mar 2003 Thu, 13 Mar 2003 ... Wed, 12 Mar 2003
  • Tue, 18 Mar 2003
    math.DG/0303199 abs ps pdf other
    Title: The Dirichlet problem for minimal surfaces equation and Plateau problem at infinity
    Authors: Laurent Mazet
    Comments: 30 pages, 4 figures
    Subj-class: Differential Geometry
    math.DG/0303197 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Kaehler reduction of metrics with holonomy G_2
    Authors: Vestislav Apostolov Simon Salamon
    Subj-class: Differential Geometry
    math.DG/0303195 abs ps pdf other
    Title: $C^0$-topology in Morse theory
    Author: A.Pajitnov
    Comments: 22 pages, Latex file
    Subj-class: Differential Geometry
    math.DG/0303191 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Authors: G.W. Gibbons Comments: 10 pages Latex Subj-class: Differential Geometry MSC-class:
    math.DG/0303184 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Ambient metric construction of Q-curvature in conformal and CR geometries Authors: Charles Fefferman Kengo Hirachi Comments: 14 pages Subj-class: Differential Geometry MSC-class: 53C07 (Primary) 32V05, 53B15 (Secondary)

    31. [math/0106083] Differential Geometry Of Gerbes
    differential geometry of Gerbes. Authors Lawrence Breen, William Messing Comments70 pages. Uses XyPic. There are substantial improvements in this version.
    Mathematics, abstract
    ): Mon, 11 Jun 2001 16:49:37 GMT (70kb) Date (revised v2): Mon, 18 Mar 2002 19:28:23 GMT (115kb)
    Differential Geometry of Gerbes
    Authors: Lawrence Breen William Messing
    Comments: 70 pages. Uses XyPic. There are substantial improvements in this version. In particular, the proof of the higher Bianchi identity has been clarified and the coboundary relations have been worked out when the gerbe is trivial. The cocycle equations for a gerbe with connection are described in a very explicit manner
    Subj-class: Algebraic Geometry; Category Theory; Differential Geometry
    We define in a global manner the notion of a connective structure for a gerbe on a space X. When the gerbe is endowed with trivializing data with respect to an open cover of X, we describe this connective structure in two separate ways, which extend from abelian to general gerbes the corresponding descriptions due to J.- L. Brylinski and N. Hitchin. We give a global definition of the 3-curvature of this connective structure as a 3-form on X with values in the Lie stack of the gauge stack of the gerbe. We also study this notion locally in terms of more traditional Lie algebra-valued 3-forms. The Bianchi identity, which the curvature of a connection on a principal bundle satisfies, is replaced here by a more elaborate equation.
    Full-text: PostScript PDF , or Other formats
    References and citations for this submission:
    (autonomous citation navigation and analysis)
    Links to: arXiv math find abs

    32. The Math Forum - Math Library - Diffrntl Geom.
    This page contains sites relating to differential geometry. Hosted by the Math Forum.more . DG differential geometry (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) Univ.
    Browse and Search the Library
    Math Topics Geometry : Diffrntl Geom.

    Library Home
    Search Full Table of Contents Suggest a Link ... Library Help
    Selected Sites (see also All Sites in this category
  • Curve Family Index (Visual Dictionary of Special Plane Curves) - Xah Lee
    A discussion of the many ways to classify curves, how they are named, a curve family tree, and interconnection between curves, with related Web sites about fractals and curves. Hosted by the Math Forum. more>>
  • DG Differential Geometry (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) - Univ. of California, Davis
    Differential Geometry preprints, from the U.C. Davis front end for the e-Print archive, a major site for mathematics preprints that has incorporated many formerly independent specialist archives. Search by keyword or browse by topic. more>>
  • Differential Geometry - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to differential geometry, the language of modern physics and an area of mathematical delight. Typically, one considers sets which are manifolds (that is, locally resemble Euclidean space) and which come equipped with a measure of distances. In particular, this includes classical studies of the curvature of curves and surfaces. Local questions both apply and help study differential equations; global questions often invoke algebraic topology. History, applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus.
  • 33. Starlight And Mercury's Orbit For the junior student; an heuristic development of the equations explaining the precession of the orbit of Mercury and the deflection of light in a gravitational field without using differential geometry. Includes a review of the development of E=mc^2.
    REALITY IS JUST VIRTUAL LIGHT BENDING AND PERIHELION PRECESSION WITHOUT DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY Dunc Pitman E-Mail: People are spending altogether too much time worrying about why a ray of starlight passing near the sun is bent in its path by twice the amount predicted by Newtonian mechanics and also why the axes of the orbit of Mercury are precessing at the rate of a few arc seconds per century. Hopefully, a continuation of last semester's line of reasoning will convince us that the two phenomena are quite natural and no cause for concern. First, a quick review of last semester's work, up to;

    34. Differential Geometry And Physics
    Lectures Notes by Gabriel Lugo University of North Carolina at WilmingtonCopyright 1998. differential geometry and Physics. I. Vectors
    Lectures Notes by Gabriel Lugo
    University of North Carolina at Wilmington
    Differential Geometry and Physics
    I. Vectors and Curves (v1.8-pdf 560K)
    1.1 Tangent Vectors
    1.2 Curves
    1.3 Fundamental Theorem of Curves II. Differential forms v1.8-pdf 663K)
    2.1 1-Forms
    2.2 Tensors and Forms of Higher Rank
    2.3 Exterior Derivatives
    2.4 The Hodge-* Operator III. Connections (v1.8-pdf 368K)
    3.1 Frames
    3.2 Curvilinear Coordinates 3.3 Covariant Derivative 3.4 Cartan Equations IV Surfaces in R (v1.8-pdf 521K) 4.1 Manifolds 4.2 First Fundamental form 4.3 Second Fundamental Form 4.4 Curvature Full set(DVI 228K) Full set (PDF 2.1Mb) Return to Technology College home page Gabriel G. Lugo, Last updated April 13, 1998

    35. Yorkshire Differential Geometry Day (YDGD2)
    University of Leeds, UK; 25 January 2002.

    36. Graphics Archive - Special Topics:Differential Geometry
    Graphics Archive Up Comments Special Topicsdifferential geometry.Classical differential geometry uses differential calculus
    Graphics Archive Up Comments
    Special Topics :Differential Geometry
    Classical differential geometry uses differential calculus to study the properties of figures such as curves and surfaces in Euclidean planes or spaces. Modern differential geometry expands this to include non-euclidean spaces, and higher-dimensional submanifolds, but still based on the methods of differential and integral calculus. Images:
  • Face Drawn on Sphere
  • Flat Moebius Strip
  • Sphere Scribble
  • Sudanese Moebius Band The Geometry Center Home Page Comments to:
    Created: Tue Feb 11 7:10:26 CST 1997 - Last modified: Tue Feb 11 7:10:26 CST 1997
    The Geometry Center

    For permission to use these images, please contact
  • 37. Levoca 2001
    Advanced 5day course, immediately before the 8th International Conference on differential geometry and its Applications (2731 August 2001). Mathematical Institute, Silesian University, Opava, Czech Republic; 2024 August 2001.
    Advanced 5-day course
    August 20-24, 2001
    Opava, Czech Republic
    organized by the Mathematical Institute of the Silesian University in Opava The course takes place immediately before
    8-th International Conference on Differential Geometry and Its Applications (27-31 August 2001)

    Group Invariant Solutions to Differential Equations and Reduction of Variational Bicomplexes Introduction to Variational Sequences Geometric Aspects of Conservation Laws of Nonlinear Differential Equations
    Prof. Ian M. Anderson
    Department of Mathematics and Statistics Utah State University Logan, Utah 84 322 USA e-mail:
    Prof. Demeter Krupka
    Mathematical Institute Silesian University at Opava Bezrucovo nam. 13, 746 01 Opava Czech Republic e-mail:
    Prof. Alexander Verbovetsky
    Diffiety Institute Independent University of Moscow Bolshoi Vlasevsky Pereulok, Dom 11, Moscow Russia e-mail:
    Group Invariant Solutions to Differential Equations and Reduction of Variational Bicomplexes (I. M. Anderson)

    38. Differential Geometry
    differential geometry. This is where we will classify and describe any kindof surfaces according to their curvature, regularity and orientation.
    Up: Topological Zoo Welcome Page
    Differential Geometry
    This is where we will classify and describe any kind of surfaces according to their curvature, regularity and orientation. The Geometry Center Home Page
    Topological Zoo Welcome Page
    Comments to:
    Created: Apr 18 1996 Last modified: Sun Apr 28 15:40:21 1996
    The Geometry Center

    39. EDGE-Madrid
    Portuguese and Spanish node of the European Research Training Network European differential geometry Endeavour . Lists members and activities.
    Portuguese and Spanish node of the European Research Training Network
    European Differential Geometry Endeavour
    Geometry and Physics
    Luminy, 13-17 October 2003
    The aim of this conference is to introduce non experts to recent developments in such topics as gauge theory and non commutative gauge theory. Interactions with physics will be emphasized. The conference will start on Monday 13th October at 9:30 and will end on Friday 17th October at 12:30. Wednesday afternoon will be free. People who wish to attend should get in touch with BOTH organizers before the 31st July 2003. At the beginning of September, the organizers will send to the CIRM the list of participants together with their e-mail addresses. Then the CIRM will get in touch with each participant. Various informations about the CIRM including accomodation and the cost are available on the site: Invited speakers: A. Connes, R. Dijkgraaf, J. Figueroa O'Farril, N. Hitchin, D. Kreimer, H. Moscovici, N. Nekrasov, A. Schwarz, A. Weinstein. Mini courses will be given by A. Connes and N. Nekrasov.

    This course is...... Similar pages Similar pages differential geometry Text Elementary differential geometry, by O’Neill, 2nd ed., Academic Press SoftwareMaple V Release 5 (not required to buy)

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