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Homotopy meets homology

created by daniele on 22 Nov 2018

27 may 2019 - 31 may 2019

Hamilton Mathematics Institute, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

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We are pleased to announce a workshop "Homotopy meets homology", a workshop to bring together experts in homotopical and homological algebra to explore the "Abelian" and "non-Abelian" viewpoints on computing various invariants of associative (and other) algebras. Dates: May 27-31, 2019
Venue: Hamilton Mathematics Institute, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland The workshop will feature mini-courses by Bernhard Keller (Paris 7) and Sarah Witherspoon (Texas A&M) and a number of plenary lectures by experts, including: Joseph Chuang (City University)
Karin Erdmann (Oxford)
Edward Green (Virginia Tech)
Estanislao Herscovich (Grenoble)
Dmitri Kaledin (Steklov Institute)
Steffen Koenig (Stuttgart)
Julian Külshammer (Uppsala)
Wendy Lowen (Antwerp)
Maria Julia Redondo (Universidad del Sur)
Jim Stasheff (University of Pennsylvania)
Chelsea Walton (Urbana-Champaign)
Detailed up to date information about the event is available on the main webpage of the workshop Thanks to support of Hamilton Mathematics Institute and the Simons Foundation, there may be limited financial support (mainly for younger participants without access to funding); the webpage linked above contains information on how to apply for funding. Please contact Vladimir Dotsenko (vdots(AT) if you have any further queries. All the best, the organisers: Vladimir Dotsenko (HMI/TCD)
Vincent Gélinas (HMI/TCD)
Andrea Solotar (Buenos Aires)

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