# Search result: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016

Mathematics Master | ||||||

Core Courses For the Master's degree in Applied Mathematics the following additional condition (not manifest in myStudies) must be obeyed: At least 15 of the required 28 credits from core courses and electives must be acquired in areas of applied mathematics and further application-oriented fields. | ||||||

(also Bachelor) Core Courses: Pure Mathematics Further restrictions apply, but in particular: 401-3531-00L Differential Geometry I can only be recognised for the Master Programme if 401-3532-00L Differential Geometry II has not been recognised for the Bachelor Programme. Analogously for: 401-3461-00L Functional Analysis I - 401-3462-00L Functional Analysis II 401-3001-61L Algebraic Topology I - 401-3002-12L Algebraic Topology II 401-3132-00L Commutative Algebra - 401-3146-12L Algebraic Geometry 401-3371-00L Dynamical Systems I - 401-3372-00L Dynamical Systems II For the category assignment take contact with the Study Administration Office (www.math.ethz.ch/studiensekretariat) after having received the credits. | ||||||

Number | Title | Type | ECTS | Hours | Lecturers | |
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401-3461-00L | Functional Analysis IThis course counts as a core course in the Bachelor's degree programme in Mathematics. Holders of an ETH Zurich Bachelor's degree in Mathematics who didn't use credits from neither 401-3461-00L Functional Analysis I nor 401-3462-00L Functional Analysis II for their Bachelor's degree still can have recognised this course for the Master's degree. Furthermore, at most one of the three course units 401-3461-00L Functional Analysis I 401-3531-00L Differential Geometry I 401-3601-00L Probability Theory can be recognised for the Master's degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics. | W | 10 credits | 4V + 1U | M. Struwe | |

Abstract | Baire category; Banach and Hilbert spaces, bounded linear operators; three fundamental principles: Uniform boundedness, open mapping/closed graph theorem, Hahn-Banach; convexity; dual spaces; weak and weak* topologies; Banach-Alaoglu; reflexive spaces; compact operators and Fredholm theory; closed range theorem; spectral theory of self-adjoint operators in Hilbert spaces. | |||||

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Lecture notes | Lecture Notes on "Funktionalanalysis I" by Michael Struwe | |||||

401-3531-00L | Differential Geometry IThis course counts as a core course in the Bachelor's degree programme in Mathematics. Holders of an ETH Zurich Bachelor's degree in Mathematics who didn't use credits from neither 401-3531-00L Differential Geometry I nor 401-3532-00L Differential Geometry II for their Bachelor's degree still can have recognised this course for the Master's degree. Furthermore, at most one of the three course units 401-3461-00L Functional Analysis I 401-3531-00L Differential Geometry I 401-3601-00L Probability Theory can be recognised for the Master's degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics. | W | 10 credits | 4V + 1U | U. Lang | |

Abstract | Curves in R^n, inner geometry of hypersurfaces in R^n, curvature, Theorema Egregium, special classes of surfaces, Theorem of Gauss-Bonnet. Hyperbolic space. Differentiable manifolds, tangent bundle, immersions and embeddings, Sard's Theorem, mapping degree and intersection number, vector bundles, vector fields and flows, differential forms, Stokes' Theorem. | |||||

Objective | Introduction to elementary differential geometry and differential topology. | |||||

Content | - Differential geometry in R^n: theory of curves, submanifolds and immersions, inner geometry of hypersurfaces, Gauss map and curvature, Theorema Egregium, special classes of surfaces, Theorem of Gauss-Bonnet, Poincaré Index Theorem. - The hyperbolic space. - Differential topology: differentiable manifolds, tangent bundle, immersions and embeddings in R^n, Sard's Theorem, transversality, mapping degree and intersection number, vector bundles, vector fields and flows, differential forms, Stokes' Theorem. | |||||

Literature | Differential Geometry in R^n: - Manfredo P. do Carmo: Differential geometry of curves and surfaces - Wolfgang Kühnel: Differentialgeometrie. Curves-surfaces-manifolds - Christian Bär: Elementary differential geometry Differential Topology: - Dennis Barden & Charles Thomas: An Introduction to Differential Manifolds - Victor Guillemin & Alan Pollack: Differential Topology - Morris W. Hirsch: Differential Topology | |||||

401-3371-00L | Dynamical Systems I | W | 10 credits | 4V + 1U | W. Merry | |

Abstract | This course is a broad introduction to dynamical systems. Topic covered include topological dynamics, ergodic theory and low-dimensional dynamics. | |||||

Objective | Mastery of the basic methods and principal themes of some aspects of dynamical systems. | |||||

Content | Topics covered include: 1. Topological dynamics (transitivity, attractors, chaos, structural stability) 2. Ergodic theory (Poincare recurrence theorem, Birkhoff ergodic theorem, existence of invariant measures) 3. Low-dimensional dynamics (Poincare rotation number, dynamical systems on [0,1]) | |||||

Literature | The most relevant textbook for this course is Introduction to Dynamical Systems, Brin and Stuck, CUP, 2002. I will also produce full lecture notes. | |||||

Prerequisites / Notice | The material of the basic courses of the first two years of the program at ETH is assumed. In particular, you should be familiar with metric spaces and elementary measure theory. | |||||

401-3001-61L | Algebraic Topology I | W | 8 credits | 4G | P. S. Jossen | |

Abstract | This is an introductory course in algebraic topology. The course will cover the following main topics: introduction to homotopy theory, homology and cohomology of spaces. | |||||

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Literature | 1) G. Bredon, "Topology and geometry", Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 139. Springer-Verlag, 1997. 2) A. Hatcher, "Algebraic topology", Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002. Book can be downloaded for free at: http://www.math.cornell.edu/%7ehatcher/AT/ATpage.html See also: http://www.math.cornell.edu/%7eehatcher/#anchor1772800 3) E. Spanier, "Algebraic topology", Springer-Verlag | |||||

Prerequisites / Notice | General topology, linear algebra. Some knowledge of differential geometry and differential topology is useful but not absolutely necessary. | |||||

401-3132-00L | Commutative Algebra | W | 10 credits | 4V + 1U | R. Pink | |

Abstract | This course provides an introduction to commutative algebra as a foundation for and first steps towards algebraic geometry. The material in this course will be assumed in the lecture course "Algebraic Geometry" in the spring semester 2017. | |||||

Objective | We shall cover approximately the material from --- most of the textbook by Atiyah-MacDonald, or --- the first half of the textbook by Bosch. Topics include: * Basics about rings, ideals and modules * Localization * Primary decomposition * Integral dependence and valuations * Noetherian rings * Completions * Basic dimension theory | |||||

Literature | Primary Reference: 1. "Introduction to Commutative Algebra" by M. F. Atiyah and I. G. Macdonald (Addison-Wesley Publ., 1969) Secondary Reference: 2. "Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra" by S. Bosch (Springer 2013) Tertiary References: 3. "Commutative algebra. With a view towards algebraic geometry" by D. Eisenbud (GTM 150, Springer Verlag, 1995) 4. "Commutative ring theory" by H. Matsumura (Cambridge University Press 1989) 5. "Commutative Algebra" by N. Bourbaki (Hermann, Masson, Springer) | |||||

Prerequisites / Notice | Prerequisites: Algebra I (or a similar introduction to the basic concepts of ring theory). |

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