So about a hundred years ago there was a live (sort of) differential forms thread hosted by someone named Lethe that was really helpful but short-lived. There have been some other diffl forms threads, too, such as the one centered on Bachman's book, but they all seem to peter out without any actual lively discussion. https://www.physicsforums.com/archive/index.php/t-67268.html https://www.physicsforums.com/archive/index.php/t-2953.html I was just wondering if anyone out there would like to have a differential forms symposium again, particularly using them to approach vector calculus, e.g. Generalized Stokes Theorem, Maxwell Eqns, etc. I'm no expert or anything, but I have spent the last few months studying differential forms pretty intensively and have grown a bit knowledgeable and very excited about the subject. I've got some understanding, as well as some questions. Anyone game?