Modern Geometry

Professor Hlas
hlascs (@)
Hibbard 530

Each problem I solved became a rule, which served afterwards to solve other problems.
—Rene Descartes

Course Information

This course focuses on axiomatic thinking in Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries. Emphasis will be on proof techniques, finite geometries, Euclidean constructions, transformations, spherical geometry, hyperbolic geometry, and geometry software.

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  1. Geometry & Symmetry by Kinsey, Moore, & Prassidis, 2011
  2. Euclid Elements (with applets)
  3. Geometry software

Research background