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The aim of this seminar is to serve as an introduction to Synthetic Differential Geometry (SDG). Talks will cover topics in the naive theory, model theory and in applications. No prior knowledge of SDG is presupposed in the beginning, but may become necessary to be able to follow the later talks. Familiarity with the basics of Differential Geometry and Category Theory is helpful.
Meetings are held at 4pm on Wednesdays in room MR4 of the CMS . The seminar will begin on the first Wednesday in Lent term (18/01/12).
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