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>> Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Summer School has been organised through zoom. Mini-courses and talks have been recorded and downloaded on the IHES YouTube Channel.
Organising Committee: Aravind Asok (University of Southern California), Frédéric Déglise (CNRS Dijon), Grigory Garkusha (Swansea University), Paul Arne Østvær (University of Oslo)
Scientific Committee: Eric M. Friedlander (University of Southern California), Haynes R. Miller (MIT Department of Mathematics), Bertrand Toën (CNRS Toulouse)
The IHES 2020 Summer School on "Motivic, Equivariant and Non-commutative Homotopy Theory" will be held from 6 to 17 July 2020.
This school is open to everybody but intended primarily for young participants, including PhD students and postdoctoral fellows.
The IHES 2020 Summer School will focus on topics in motivic and equivariant homotopy theory, and non-commutative geometry.
These three subjects are currently experiencing a phase of intense growth and development:
- long-standing central conjectures have been solved;
- existing theories are being perfected;
- many new foundational developments are being made on this basis.
It's expected that these developments will spur many further advances and interactions in the near future.
The lecture series and research talks at the IHES Summer School will focus on presenting the latest developments in topics related to categories of motives, calculational and foundational aspects of motivic and equivariant homotopy theory, and the generalisations of these tools and techniques in the setting of non-commutative geometry.
The Summer School will feature mini-courses by
* Clark Barwick (University of Edinburgh)
* Teena Gerhardt (Michigan State University)
* Daniel Isaksen (Wayne State University)
* Dmitry Kaledin (Steklov Mathematical Inst. & National Research Univ. Higher School of Economics)
* Marc Levine (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
* Ivan Panin (St. Petersburg Department of Mathematics)
* Goncalo Tabuada (MIT/University of Warwick)
as well as research talks by
* Federico Binda (University of Milan)
* Tom Bachmann (MIT)
* Mike Hill (UCLA)
* Geoffroy Horel (University Paris 13)
* Alexander Neshitov (Western University)
* Angélica M. Osorno (Reed College)
* Marco Robalo (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu)
* Kirsten Wickelgren (Duke University)
Both the lecture series and research talks will focus on presenting the latest developments in topics related to categories of motives, calculational and foundational aspects of motivic and equivariant homotopy theory, and the generalisations of these tools and techniques in the setting of non-commutative geometry.
This is an IHES Summer School organised in partnership with the Research Council of Norway, the Fondation Mathématique Jacques Hadamard and the ANR, and the support of the Société Générale and the ERC.