Antwerp


	Motivic Cohomology and Algebraic K-Theory

AMS-Benelux Special Session in Antwerp (Belgium) in May, 1996.

Organized by Eric Friedlander (Northwestern, eric@math.nwu.edu) 
and Jacob Murre (Leiden).

Schedule of 10 talks over two afternoons is as follows:


Session 1:  Thursday, May 23 (Room R.1)

2:00 - 2:40  Vladimir Voevodsky (Harvard), "Stable homotopy category of 
	algebraic varieties"

2:50 - 3:30  Markus Rost (Regensberg), "Chow motives of Pfister quartics"

3:40 - 4:20  Uwe Jannsen (Koeln), "Applications of motives"

coffee:      4:20 - 4:50

4:50 - 5:30 Chrisophe Soule (Paris), "Algebraic cycles on degenerate fibers"

5:40 - 6:20  Henri Gillet (University of Illinois), "Motivic weight
	filtrations on algebraic K-theory"


Session 2:  Friday, May 24 (Room R.1)

2:00 -2:40  Helene Esnault (Essen), "Algebraic Chern-Simons theory"

2:50 - 3:30 Marc Levine (Northeastern University), to be announced

3:40 - 4:20 Brent Gordon (Oklahoma), "Chow Motives of elliptic modular 
	varieties"

coffee:     4:20 - 4:50

4:50 - 5:30  Christopher Deninger (Muenster), "Periods of Mixed
	Motives, K-Theory and Entropy"

5:40 - 6:20  Tony Scholl (Durham), to be announced.