I would like to know what are the prequisites for a graduate course with a handle "supergeometry and applications in physics", Iv'e read somewhere that it uses a lot of algebraic geometry, schemes, I guess that after the lecturer will publish the syllabus with the prequisites, I'll be wiser, nontheless I would like to know form others well versed in this topic which is obviously under 'mathematical physics'.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Supergeometry and applications in physics

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