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19215101 Aufbaumodul: Topologie III

  • FU-Students should register via Campus Management and non-FU-students should register via MyCampus/Whiteboard.
  • The course will be held remotely using WebEx.

Summer Term 2020

lecture by Prof. Dr. Holger Reich, exercises joint with Dr. Gabriel Angelini-Knoll


>>> Please note that the start of the Summer Term has been postponed one week. <<<

  • Time and place: Tuesdays, 10-12h, online,
                                 Thursdays, 10-12, online,
         during the first half of the semester.

  • Exercise Session: Thursday, 14-16h, online.

There will be 4 hours of lecture during the first half of the semester. During the second half of the semester this lecture will be naturally continued by the course Homotopy Theory, which also will be taught with 4 weekly hours.

Course Overview

This lecture will continue the introduction to algebraic topology. The emphasis will be on homotopy theory: homotopy sets and groups, Puppe sequences, cofibrations and fibrations, the theorem of Blakers-Massey, colimits and limits, the theorem of Hurewicz, introduction to spectral sequences, ...

Assessment

To receive credits for the course you need to

  • actively participate in the exercise session 
  • work on and successfully solve the weekly exercises 
  • pass the final exam

If you are an FU student you only need to register for the course via CM (Campus Management).
PLEASE remember to de-register by the deadline if you do not want to stay in the course.

If you are not an FU student, you are required to register via MyCampus/Whiteboard. If you have any problems accessing it, please email G. Angelini-Knoll.

Exercises      

Problem sets will be put online every Thursday and can be found under Assignements in the MyCampus/Whiteboard portal. Solutions are due by 5 pm on Friday of the following week  –  solutions must be written in LaTeX and uploaded as pdf through the MyCampus/Whiteboard portal.

References

Tammo tom Dieck: Algebraic Topology. EMS textbooks. 2008. Available at the FU-library.