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Mathematik-Tagung - Higher Invariants


Mathematik

John Greenlees, Urs Schreiber, Lennart Meier, Mike Hopkins, Kathryn Hess, Agnes Beaudry, Mike Hill, Craig Westerland, Paul Balmer, Thomas Schick, Vesna Stojanoska, Denis-Charles Cisinski, Gabriele Vezzosi, Sarah Scherotzke, Benjamin Antieau, David Gepner
19 Beiträge

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 1

John Greenlees - The ubiquity of Gorenstein ring spectra (University of Sheffield)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 10

Urs Schreiber - Super topological T-Duality (Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 11

Lennart Meier - Towards the Brauer group of TMF (University of Bonn)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 12

Mike Hopkins - Homotopy theory in mathematical modeling / Brauer groups in chromatic homotopy theory (Part 2) (Harvard University)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 13

Mike Hopkins - Homotopy theory in mathematical modeling / Brauer groups in chromatic homotopy theory (Part 3) (Harvard University)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 14

Kathryn Hess - Motivic homotopical Galois extensions (EPFL)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 15

Agnes Beaudry - Gross-Hopkins duals of higher real K-theory spectra (University of Colorado)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 16

Mike Hill - Mackey functors, Tambara functors, and Andre-Quillen Homology (UCLA)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 17

Craig Westerland - Fox-Neuwirth/Fuks cells, quantum shuffle algebras, and Malles conjecture for function fields (University of Minnesota)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 18

Mike Hopkins - Homotopy theory in mathematical modeling / Brauer groups in chromatic homotopy theory (Part 4) (Harvard University)

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Higher invariants - Vortrag 19

Paul Balmer - Application of tensor-triangular geometry to equivariant stable homotopy theory (UCLA)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 2

Thomas Schick - Geometric models for twisted K-homology (University of Göttingen)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 3

Vesna Stojanoska - Descent techniques for Picard spectra (University of Illinois)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 4

Denis-Charles Cisinski - Generic motivic base change formula (University of Regensburg)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 5

Gabriele Vezzosi - Singularity categories and vanishing cycles (University of Florence)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 6

Mike Hopkins - Homotopy theory in mathematical modeling / Brauer groups in chromatic homotopy theory (Part 1) (Harvard University)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 7

Sarah Scherotzke - A categorification of the Chern character (University of Bonn)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 8

Benjamin Antieau - Preface to the theory of higher Azumaya algebras (UIC)

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Higher Invariants - Vortrag 9

David Gepner - Elliptic (co)homology and duality (Purdue University)

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