Quillen Memorial Conference at MIT
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2012 10:45:09 -0400
Subject: Registration open for Quillen Memorial Conference
From: Mark Behrens <mjbehr...@gmail.com>
To: MIT Topology <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Online Registration is now open for the conference at MIT
honoring the legacy of Daniel Quillen on Columbus Day weekend
(Sat Oct 6 - Mon Oct 8, 2012).
To register, visit the conference web-page:
As part of the registration, you can sign up for the
conference dinner Sunday night, as well as apply for funding
(preference will be given to graduate students and postdocs).
The broad themes of the conference are centered around the many
diverse areas of mathematics
that Quillen has had a profound influence on, including algebraic
K-theory and cyclic homology,
chromatic homotopy theory, abstract homotopy theory, group cohomology
and modular representation theory.
The invited speakers are:
(*to be confirmed)
There will be 5 talks on Saturday and Sunday, and 3 on Monday.
Mark Behrens (on behalf of the organizing committee: Clark Barwick,
Joachim Cuntz, Eric Friedlander, Michael Hopkins, Jean-Louis Loday,
Haynes Miller, Andrew Ranicki, Graeme Segal, and Isadore Singer)