Title of the course: Hyperbolic Geometry
Instructor: Prof. David Pierce
Dates: 7-13 August 2017
Abstract: Discovered in the nineteenth century by Lobachevski and others, hyperbolic
geometry is a "non-Euclidean" geometry, in which the sum of angles in a triangle is strictly
less than two right angles; this geometry is modelled in our (approximately) Euclidean world
by certain sea slugs (nudibranches).
Language: TR, EN