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.