Vaughn Climenhaga

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Houston


Math 6342

Topology
Fall 2020


Instructor: Vaughn Climenhaga
  • Email: climenha [at] math.uh.edu
Course information:
  • Lectures:  MWF, 9-10am, online via Microsoft Teams
  • Textbook:  Topology, second edition, by James R. Munkres (Prentice Hall, 2000)
  • Course syllabus
This course is an introduction to point-set topology: we will study topological spaces, continuous functions, notions of convergence, connectedness, and compactness; separation axioms, Urysohn's lemma, metrizability, and Tietze's extension theorem; quotient spaces; and function spaces.  Elementary notions from algebraic topology will be introduced as time permits: homotopies, fundamental group, covering spaces, deck transformations.

This public-facing website is just a general description of the course. Students enrolled in the class should visit the Blackboard page through AccessUH for further information and full course materials.