Mathematical graphics workshop
at the
, June 810, 2007
Location: MA 313 at TU Berlin
(with computer work in an adjoining room)
Times:
Friday (June 8) 912
Saturday (June 9) 1016
Sunday (June 10) 1016
Registration:
bewers(at)mathberlin.de
Those interested are requested to register by June 5.



This course will provide a rapid introduction to the use of PostScript
in producing illustrations for mathematical exposition.
The lectures will be selfcontained.
Roughly,
the mostly elementary material from Chapters 16 as well as some of the appendices
from the textbook
Mathematical Illustrations
will be covered,
available without cost on line and also published in print by Cambridge University Press.
Students will be asked to do
short projects relevant to their own research interests,
and if time permits they will be asked to talk about their projects.
They should probably choose a possible topic ahead of time.

Lectures will be posted here as they are finished.
All questions about the content of the course
should be addressed to me at cass(at)math.ubc.ca.
The lectures
Utilities
