This will be a talk on Gauge Theory happening early coming Sprin= g semester. This talk might be divided into two parts.

For now, this page solely exists to set this on stone for the extra comm= itment. By that time, I should be able to go through the following:

- Motivation, Electromagnetism and General Relativity
- Groups, Fibre Bundles and Hopf Fibration as an Example
- Field Theories and the Lagrangian of a Complex Scalar Field
- Gauge Symmetries vs Noetherian Symmetries
- Local Gauge Symmetries and the Gauge Principle
- Minimal Coupling Prescription, The Gauge Potential and Electromagnetism= as a SO(2) Gauge Theory (or a U(1) Gauge Theory)
- Interpreting the Gauge Potential as a Connection on the Associated Vect= or Bundle of the Gauge Group
- Interpreting the Field Strength as the Curvature
- Yang-Mills Theory as an example of a Non-Abelian Gauge Theory