Benoit Charbonneau has kindly agreed to give a seminar explaining how the computer software Maple can help researchers in differential geometry. This wil be at 5pm in the Salle des Profs, on 21/11/2023. The title of his talk is *“Maple for differential geometry” *and the abstract is below.

*While we are certainly competent to do with pen and paper the myriad of computations required by our research, refereeing and our supervision work, I find that using tools can improve speed and accuracy and reduce frustration. I will share some principles and illustrate using Maple, including packages useful for differential geometry: difforms, DifferentialGeometry, and Clifford.*