Great Lakes K-theory Conference
University of Notre Dame
March 7-8, 1998
The fourth Great Lakes K-theory Conference will be held at the University of Notre Dame.
The following lectures will be given at this meeting:
T. Geisser (Urbana-Champaign), "The p-part of K-theory in
A. Goncharov (Brown), "Mixed elliptic motives"
M. Kolster (McMaster), "Motivic versions of the Lichtenbaum Conjectures for number fields"
A. Merkurjev (UCLA), "Cohomological invariants of algebraic groups"
M. Rost (Regensburg), "Constructions of norm varieties"
A. Suslin (Northwestern), "Homology of SL_2 over a coordinate ring of an affine curve"
The talks will begin at 9:30am on Saturday, March 7, and finish by 12:30pm on Sunday, March 8.
The University of Notre Dame is located in South Bend, Indiana, which is 2-3 hours southeast of Chicago by car. South Bend also has its own regional airport. For more travel data, go to this webpage. There is no canonical hotel for the meeting, but there are many hotels in the area. A list of hotels can be found at the Notre Dame football local information webpage The Mathematics Department of the University of Notre Dame is about 200 yards north of the football stadium on Juniper Road.
The organizers for this meeting are:
Bill Dwyer firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick Jardine email@example.com
If you intend to come to the meeting it would be helpful if you could notify us by e-mail, so we can properly allocate resources.