1999 AMS-IMS-SIAM Summer Research Conference on
HOMOTOPY METHODS IN ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY


Speakers

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Mathew Ando
University of Illinois
Elliptic homology of BO<8> in positive characteristic
Greg Arone
University of Chicago
Why should loops on Stiefel manifolds stably split?
Carles Casacuberta
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
Cohomological localizations exist under large cardinal axioms
Wojciech Chacholski
Yale University
Complication of spaces
Don Davis
Lehigh University
From Representation Theory to Homotopy Groups
Jeanne Duflot
Colorado State University
A filtration in algebraic K-theory
William Dwyer
University of Notre Dame
Functors from spaces to spectra
Paul Goerss
Northwestern University
A-infinity spectra under MU
Lars Hesselholt
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
K-theory of fields complete under a discrete valuation
Michael Hopkins
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The topological Theta function
Mark Hovey
Wesleyan University
Galois theory of thick subcategories over Hopf algebras
Po Hu
University of Chicago
Some remarks on the stable homotopy theory of schemes
Brenda Johnson
Union College
Constructing and Characterizing Degree n Functors
Max Karoubi
Université Paris 7 (France)
Quantum methods in Algebraic Topology
Igor Kriz
University of Michigan
A brief introduction to the work of J. Peter May
Gaunce Lewis
Syracuse University
Mackey functor commutative algebra
Ib Madsen
Århus Universitet (Denmark)
On the homotopical structure of diffeomorphisms of surfaces
Mark Mahowald
Northwestern University
EO_2 resolutions and isogenies of elliptic curves
Michael Mandell
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Andre-Quillen Cohomology for E-infinity Algebras
Randy McCarthy
University of Illinois
Dual calculus and inverting the cyclotomic trace
Fabien Morel
Université Paris 7 (France)
Motivic homotopy theory
John Palmieri
University of Notre Dame
Thick subcategories over finite Hopf algebras
Frank Peterson
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A History of Cobordism Theory, with Commentary
Nigel Ray
University of Manchester (England)
Toric manifolds and complex cobordism.
Charles Rezk
Northwestern University
Topological modular forms of level 3
Jeremy Rickard
University of Bristol (England)
Constructing equivalences of derived categories for group algebras
Hal Sadofsky
University of Oregon
The chromatic splitting conjecture at the chromatic edge
Brooke Shipley
Purdue University
Spectral Algebra
Jeff Smith
Purdue University
Deligne's Conjecture on Hochschild complexes
Stephan Stolz
University of Notre Dame
Metrics of positive scalar curvature and assembly maps
Neil Strickland
University of Sheffield (England)
Gross-Hopkins duality


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