We are looking for new speakers for the last couple of talks. If you are interested, don’t hesitate to e-mail us!
For the time being, the seminar will happen via Zoom. You can join via the link in the schedule below. If you are planning a talk, it’s good to schedule a meeting via Zoom before hand. One does this by logging in to Zoom, and then clicking ‘schedule meeting’. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us.
Due to recent developments, we are moving around some talks, so the the schedule is changing and might change some more.
Here is an updated version of the overview of the talks
There has been a slight schedule change to sync with the location of the graduate student seminar.
The schedule is tentative and subject to change. The time is always 10:15-12:00. Note the meeting on Thursday April 30 instead of Friday May 1.
|January 31||1.1: ∞-categories||Here||Alice Hedenlund||KTH, 3418|
|February 7||1.2: Stable ∞-categories||Dan Petersen||SU, room 16|
|February 14||1.3: Spectra||Here||Louis Hainaut||KTH, 3418|
|February 21||1.4: S_• -construction and K_0||Here||Thomas Blom||KTH, 3418|
|February 28||1.5: Reduction to K-theory of spectra||Here||Robin Stoll||SU, room 16|
|March 13||2.1: Higher topos theory||Here||Jeroen Hekking||SU, room 16|
|March 27||1.6: Universality and localization for K-theory (Slides)||Here||Here||Kristian Moi||Zoom|
|April 17||2.2: Derived schemes||Here||Stefan Reppen||Zoom|
|April 30||1.8: Connections to classical K-theory (Slides)||Here||Here||Erik Lindell||Zoom|
|May 22||2.3: Derived Stacks||Here||Here||Eric Ahlqvist||Zoom|
|June 5||2.4: Perfect complexes and K-theory of stacks||Here||Here||Asaf Horev||Zoom|
|June 12||2.5: K-theory of projective bundles & blow-ups (Slides)||Here||Here||Jeroen Hekking||Zoom|
|June 26||1.7: Non-connective K-theory (Slides) Zoom password 528897||Here||Thomas Kragh||Zoom|