New Directions in Homotopy Theory
About this Title
Nitya Kitchloo, Mona Merling, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, Jack Morava, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, Emily Riehl, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD and W. Stephen Wilson, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, Editors
Publication: Contemporary Mathematics
Publication Year: 2018; Volume 707
ISBNs: 978-1-4704-3774-9 (print); 978-1-4704-4772-4 (online)
This volume contains the proceedings of the Second Mid-Atlantic Topology Conference, held from March 12–13, 2016, at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
The focus of the conference, and subsequent papers, was on applications of innovative methods from homotopy theory in category theory, algebraic geometry, and related areas, emphasizing the work of younger researchers in these fields.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in algebraic topology, homotopy theory, and category theory.
Table of Contents
- J. Heller and K. Ormsby – The stable Galois correspondence for real closed fields
- Jesse Leo Kass and Kirsten Wickelgren – An Étale realization which does NOT exist
- Nitu Kitchloo, Vitaly Lorman and W. Stephen Wilson – Multiplicative structure on Real Johnson-Wilson theory
- John A. Lind and Cary Malkiewich – The Morita equivalence between parametrized spectra and module spectra
- Carl McTague – tmf is not a ring spectrum quotient of string bordism
- Eric Peterson – Cocycle schemes and $MU[2k, \infty )$–orientations
- Kate Ponto and Michael Shulman – The linearity of fixed point invariants
- Markus Szymik – Homotopy coherent centers versus centers of homotopy categories
- Gonçalo Tabuada – Recent developments on noncommutative motives
- Inna Zakharevich – The category of Waldhausen categories is a closed multicategory