Dates: April 13 to 17, 2015
Topology and algebra, specifically homological algebra, have developed hand in hand during the last decades. Recent notions as that of "brave new rings", the dissemination of triangulated structures in many areas and the importance therein of localization and cellularization methods coming directly from questions in stable homotopy theory still reinforce this bond between the two areas. This course will present three recent developments of this interplay between algebra and topology.
The course will consist of three series of lectures, each series will have 4 hours, and they will be combined with working sessions. It is mainly addressed to PhD students and post-docs in related areas, also more established researchers willing to learn more about these exciting subjects are encouraged to participate. For young people, the course should serve as a good introduction to the forthcoming workshop.
William Dwyer (University of Notre Dame)
Dolors Herbera (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Srikanth B. Iyengar (University of Nebraska)
Henning Krause (Universität Bielefeld)
Bernard Leclerc (Université de Caen)
Wolfgang Pitsch (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Santiago Zarzuela (Universitat de Barcelona)
John Greenlees, University of Sheffield Abstract
Greg Stevenson, Universität Bielefeld Abstract
Registration fee: 200€
Registration includes: Documentation package, coffee breaks, social dinner and guided visit.
Deadline for registration: March 12, 2015
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