I am not a native English speaker, but as a mathematician (well, PhD student in mathematics) I need to write daily in this language. Sometimes, I have doubts about the correct formulation of certain sentences, and as I tend to be a perfectionist, this makes me waste a lot of time on research on the web. Sometimes, however, I am not able to find what I am looking for. This is one of these times.
A section of an article I am writing is dedicated to notions already well-known in the literature, and in particular to a theorem called the Homotopy Transfer Theorem. I want to make this explicit in the title of the section, thus I named it
Reminder of the Homotopy Transfer Theorem.
However my advisor (who is also not a native English speaker) told me that I should write
Reminder on the Homotopy Transfer Theorem.
As already mentioned, I looked online but my research was not conclusive. For example, in this discussion in a forum they say that it is a matter of "what sounds better". Does anyone have a rule on which one to use - of, or on - or, if both are correct, an opinion on which one sounds better in this case?