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Chapter 10 develops the theory of elliptic curves, and the theory of hyperelliptic curves. Chapter 11 is a short survey of the theory of hyperelliptic surfaces, and chapter 12 develops the theory of elliptic fibrations. In chapter 13, we discuss the relation between curves and surfaces, and the classification of Riemann surfaces, and constructions of Riemann surfaces.

The first four chapters of the course develop the theory of curves on manifolds (and orbifolds). The next two chapters develop the theory of surfaces on manifolds. Chapter 5 develops the theory of lagrangian surfaces (and lagrangian tori). Chapters 6 and 7 develop the theory of closed surfaces with boundary, and holomorphic curves in the interior of surfaces. Chapters 8 and 9 develop the theory of hyperelliptic curves, and the theory of hyperelliptic surfaces.

Chapter 14 develops the theory of hyperelliptic surfaces. Chapter 15 develops the theory of hyperelliptic curves. Chapter 16 is a short survey of the theory of hyperelliptic surfaces. Chapter 17 develops the theory of hyperelliptic curves. Chapter 18 is a short survey of the theory of hyperelliptic curves. Chapter 19 is a short survey of the theory of hyperelliptic surfaces. Chapter 20 is a short survey of the theory of hyperelliptic curves.

The topics covered are all standard in the field; however, the emphasis is on an intuitive explanation of concepts rather than the formal definition. Many proofs have been replaced by theorems that are proven in the pre-requisites. The course is very student-centered and has a strong emphasis on conceptual understanding rather than purely technical aspects. The emphasis is on the physical interpretation of geometry: geometry is a way to describe and relate physical quantities. The course also gives insight in the relation between the global theory and the local theory of smooth curves and surfaces.

Topics: differential geometry of curves and surfaces; local and global theory of smooth curves and surfaces; analytic geometry on real and complex manifolds; differential topology; differential forms, integrals, and curvature; linear algebra and general topology; complex manifolds; first and second fundamental forms, the Gauss and Weingarten maps; Gauss-Codazzi relations; the Gauss and Riemann curvature tensor; the Riemann-Christoffel curvature tensor; the Levi-Civita connection; curvature properties of tensor fields; Riemannian and Finsler metrics; geodesics and distance functions; affine and projective theory of curves; introduction to differential geometry ; geometric thinking.

This is an introductory course to Differential Geometry, cross-listed as an advanced undergraduate course and graduate course. The main topics are the local and global theory of smooth curves and surfaces.

This course continues after the Introduction to Differential Geometry course with an emphasis on geometric thinking. This course will provide some background on the theory of manifolds and smooth functions on manifolds. 827ec27edc