Great Lakes K-theory Conference, VIII
The eighth annual Great Lakes K-theory Conference will be held April 27, 2002,
at the University of Illinois at
The conference is being organized by
with the help of Eric Friedlander and Rick Jardine.
If you might come, please let Dan Grayson know.
Speakers and schedule:
The talks will take place in room 165 Everitt Hall, which is just north of Altgeld Hall, across
Green Street. The refreshments will be served in a classroom across the hall.
Saturday, April 27, 2002:
- 9:30am, refreshments
- 10:30am, Eric Friedlander
Rational isomorphisms between K-theories and cohomology theories.
- 11:30am, lunch
- 1:30pm, Alexander Merkurjev
Steenrod operations and degree formulas.
- 2:30pm, Marco Schlichting
K-theory and triangulated categories.
- 3:30pm, refreshments
- 4pm, Bertrand Toen,
Algebraic geometry over higher categories.
- 5pm, Vladimir Voevodsky
- 6pm, free period
- 7pm, dinner at Timpone's Restaurant
for instructions on traveling to the University of Illinois. We have
reserved (until March 26!) a block of 30 rooms at the Hampton Inn, listed
there, for the night before and the night after. (The unblocked rooms are
all reserved, so if the block is exhausted, you might have to stay in
another hotel, of which there are many.) Hampton Inn offers shuttle service
to the University and to the airport.
Confirmed participants, so far: