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K-theory, A1-homotopy and quadratic forms

12-16 February 2018

Organiser: Marco Schlichting, Heng Xie

Location: The University of Warwick, Oculus and Library building (see schedule for details)

Topics: This is a conference on algebraic K-theory, A1-homotopy theory, algebaic cycles, quadratic forms and group homology.

Funding: We have some funding especially for PhD students and post-docs. If you do require funding, please send an email to one of the organizers indicating what for and how much.

Registration (important): If you wish to participate, please register here. Without registration, we cannot book accommodation.

Titles and Abstracts

Talks will be in the Oculus building (OC1.06, OC0.04 etc) and in the Library (Lib1, Lib2)
Schedule of talks

List of participants

Invited speakers:

Tom Bachmann (Essen)
Grzegorz Banaszak (Poznan)
Baptiste Calmes (Paris, Lens)
Federico Binda (Regensburg)
Oliver Braunling (Freiburg)
Emanuele Dotto (Bonn)
Grigory Garkusha (Swansea)
Jens Hornbostel (Wuppertal)
Kevin Hutchinson (Dublin)
Jeremy Jacobson (Emory)
Max Karoubi (Paris)
Bernhard Koeck (Southampton)
Markus Land (Regensburg)
Husney Parvez Sawar (Warwick)
Alexander Rham (Luxemburg)
David Sprehn (Copenhagen)
Oscar Randal-Williams (Cambridge)
Alexander Vishik (Nottingham)
Charles Weibel (Rutgers)
Heng Xie (Warwick)

Sponsor: EPSRC

Aerial photograph of Maths Houses

See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
Past Symposia 

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Contact:
Mathematics Research Centre
Zeeman Building
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK
E-mail:
mrc@maths.warwick.ac.uk