Robert Geroch's lecture notes on differential geometry reflect his original and successful style of teaching  explaining abstract concepts with the help of intuitive examples and many figures. The book introduces the most important concepts of differential geometry and can be used for selfstudy since each chapter contains examples and exercises, plus test and examination problems which are given in the Appendix. As these lecture notes are written by a theoretical physicist, who is an expert in general relativity, they can serve as a very helpful companion to Geroch's excellent "General Relativity: 1972 Lecture Notes."
Robert Geroch's lecture notes on differential geometry reflect his original and successful style of teaching  explaining abstract concepts with the help of intuitive examples and many figures. The book introduces the most important concepts of differential geometry and can be used for selfstudy since each chapter contains examples and exercises, plus test and examination problems which are given in the Appendix. As these lecture notes are written by a theoretical physicist, who is an expert in general relativity, they can serve as a very helpful companion to Geroch's excellent "."
Robert Geroch's lecture notes on differential geometry reflect his original and successful style of teaching  explaining abstract concepts with the help of intuitive examples and many figures. The book introduces the most important concepts of differential geometry and can be used for selfstudy since each chapter contains examples and exercises, ...
Robert Geroch's lecture notes on differential geometry reflect his original and successful style of teaching  explaining abstract concepts with the help of intuitive examples and many figures. The book introduces the most important concepts of differential geometry and can be used for selfstudy since each chapter contains examples and exercises, plus test and examination problems which are given in the Appendix. As these lecture notes are written by a theoretical physicist, who is an expert in general relativity, they can serve as a very helpful companion to Geroch's excellent "General Relativity: 1972 Lecture Notes."
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Over the years I wrote up (printing neatly by hand) a lot of notes of my selfstudy or (post)lecture notes on differential geometry, relativity and gravitation, cosmology, gauge fields, etc. After 3 decades it occurred to me that maybe someone else might find something useful in them, which would not occur while they were sitting in a file cabinet. So in MayJune 2006 I scanned many of them and put them online.
Robert Geroch's lecture notes on differential geometry reflect his original and successful style of teaching  explaining abstract concepts with the help of intuitive examples and many figures. The book introduces the most important concepts of differential geometry and can be used for selfstudy since each chapter contains examples and exercises, plus test and examination problems which are given in the Appendix. As these lecture notes are written by a theoretical physicist, who is an expert in general relativity, they can serve as a very helpful companion to Geroch's excellent "General Relativity: 1972 Lecture Notes."