Vigleik Angeltveit, Andrew Blumberg, Gunnar Carlsson, Teena Gerhardt, Jacob Lurie, and I are running a semester long workshop in Algebraic Topology at MSRI, Spring 2014. This is the first semester long program in 25 years! We are very excited about the program and the included workshops.
There will be three scheduled workshops:
This workshop strives to expose graduate students to a large swath of the foundations and fields in algebraic topology.
AMS Special Session - Louisville, KY
This workshop will serve as a broad workshop, allowing all of us to have a common language and a common framework.
This is a broad-based conference on functor calculus, operad thoery, higher categories, generalized homology theories, and all things homotopical!
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This workshop at beautiful BIRS brought together experts in equivariant homotopy and algebraic K-theory to talk about exciting developments in the field. Anna Marie Bohmann graciously took detailed notes for all of the talks. They can be found on her website.
I cofounded Talbot, and for years I ran it with C. Douglas, J. Francis, and A. Henriques. The primary goal is to introduce graduate students and early-career post-docs to cutting edge topics in modern mathematics.
Minicourse on the Kervaire Invariant Problem
Caesarea Workshop on the Kervaire Invariant
I gave a series of talks at a workshop organized by Emmanuel Dror-Farjoun and David Blanc
I'll gave a talk here suitable for a general audience of math friendly undergrads.
MFO Workshop on Topology
This conference was a return to Edinburgh for the one year anniversary of the announcement of our solution to the Kervaire problem. This also served as a beautiful tribute to Mahowald's 80th birthday.