# Summer Semester 2024

19214301: Differential Geometry II (Lecture with exercise session) | ||
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In the lecture, basic topics in Riemannian Geometry are treated from a theoretical point of view and illustrated with several examples. Content: A digest of the following topics will be presented: Exponential map and Hopf-Rinow theorem Connections between curvature und topology (e.g. Myers theorem, Hadamard-Cartan theorem, Klingenberg theorem, rigidity theorems) Closed geodesics ... | ||

Instructor | Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier | |

Time | Apr 16, 2024 - Jul 18, 2024 Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday, both 12:00-14:00 in A6/SR 025/026 (Arnimallee 6); (starting April, 16th, 2024) Exercise Session: Friday, 10:00-12:00; A7/SR 031 (Arnimallee 7); (starting April 26th, 2024) Exam 1: 26.07.2024, 12:00-14:00, T9/great lecture hall Exam 2: 27.09.2024, 12:00-14:00, T9/great lecture hall |

*To achieve regular and active participation it is necessary to visit at least 75% of the offered tutorials and to earn at least 60% of the possible points on the exercise sheets.*

19214411: Research Module Differential Geometry (Seminar) | ||
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In this seminar, differential geometric topics will be independently developed based on current research and presented in the form of a talk. Particular emphasis is placed on the concrete implementation of differential geometric concepts in application scenarios and the questions of discretization and implementation. Learning objectives are a deeper understanding of differential geometry ... | ||

Instructor | Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier | |

Time | Apr 16, 2024 - Jul 16, 2023 Tuesday, 14-16 in A6/SR 007/008 (Arnimallee 6) (starting April, 23rd, 2024) Preliminary Meeting: Tuesday, 23.04.2024, 14:15 in A6/SR 007/008 |

19214119: ABV Introduction to Visualization (Course) | ||
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The course provides an introduction to fundamental methods and principles in visualization of mathematics, data sciences, and industrial applications. We discuss mathematical foundations and data structures. We present several core algorithms and tools. The students get practical hands-on experience with at least one visualization system during a larger project work and develop strategies and ... | ||

Instructor | Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier | |

Student Profile | Students of mathematics and computer science | |

Time | Aug 26, 2024 - Sep 13, 2024 Block seminar: Sept. 26.08.2024-13.09.2024, 10-12 and 14-16 in A6/SR 108/109 (Arnimallee 6). Preliminary meeting: Tuesday 07.05.2024, 14:15 in A6/SR 108/109 (Arnimallee 6) |