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Jens Hoppe: Non-commutative curvature and classical geometry

Jens Hoppe, KTH

Time: Wed 2010-03-24 16.00

Location: SU, byggnad 5, rum 14

Matrix analogues of embedded surfaces, as well as discrete versions of curvature and the Euler characteristic will be presented, and the new notions, related to a novel algebraic formulation of classical differential geometry, will be illustrated by a large class of examples.

Coffee and tea served at 15.30.

Kollokvier 2010

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