The syllabus and lecture notes will be continually revised. Please make sure you have the latest versions.
You may collaborate with up to two other students of similar ability and submit a single joint homework with the names of all collaborators on it.
There will be two deadlines for each homework. The teaching assistant will give comments on your first submission to help you improve it for your second submission. Your grade will be based on a combination of your first and second submissions.
The exam will be open book and open time (up to 12 hours). It will start at 10am on Saturday 14th June in Creative 201.
Select ID to edit registration.
Gives precise and intuitive topological pictures of antisymmetric tensors and their algebra and calculus in three dimensions. Note that the notation used in this book is a compromise between traditional three dimensional vector calculus and the more fundamental tensor notation used in this course.