Topology symposium 2004
ntnu Norges teknisk-
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Institutt for
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Topology Symposium

Trondhjem, November 25.-26.-2004.

As a part of the NRC project "Topology in Norway" a symposium will be arranged in Trondhjem, November 25.-26.-2004.

The first lecture will be held at Thursday 10AM. The last lecture on Friday will be held early enough to let everybody reach the 19:50PM plane to Oslo.

The lectures will be on Gløshaugen (old NTH) in room G108 in the 'Elektro' building. The department of mathematical sciences is in 'Central building 2' (cryptically marked by the number '2' just below 'Gamle kjemi' on the map). The administration is on the 4th floor, but most topologists are on the 12th floor.

The campus is south of the city center, and within walking distance..

Those participants for whom we have promised to arrange hotel will stay at the Britannia hotel, Dronningensgt. 5, 7401 TRONDHEIM, Tlf:(+47) 73 800 800.

For further details, cf. the information letter sent out Nov. 22.

On Thursday we plan to have an informal dinner at the "Magneten" which is very close to where the lectures are. Mathematical (and other) discussions, can then easily continue at the 13th floor in the mathematics building afterwards.

Tentative schedule

Thursday Friday
10:00-11:00 Stacey
A construction of a Dirac operator on loop spaces
09:00-10:00 Chacholski
Representations of spaces
11:30-12:30 Blumberg
A localization sequence for K(ku)
10:20-11:20 Lunøe-Nielsen
A homological approach to the fixpoints of THH
12:30-14:00 Lunch 11:40-12:40 Jahren
Manifolds homotopy equivalent to RP4#RP4
14:00-15:00 Kro
Involution on a model for SM]
12:40-14:15 Lunch
15:30-16:30 Sagave
Algebraic K-Theory of Model Categories
14:15-15:15 Schlichtkrull
Units of ring spectra and their traces in algebraic K-theory
17:00 Dinner at
16:00-17:00 Richter
Invertible modules for commutative S-algebras with residue fields

If you would like to participate, or want more information, please write to Bjørn Ian Dundas.
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