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Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory

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Workshop
9th September 2002 to 20th September 2002

NATO ASI directors: JPC Greenlees (Sheffield), IB Zhukov (St Petersburg)
Organisers: P Goerss (Northwestern), JF Jardine (Western Ontario), F Morel (Jussieu), VP Snaith (Southampton)

A NATO Advanced Study Institute

Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory, and its recent applications in topology, geometry, algebraic K theory and arithmetic. This will include localization, the homotopy theory of diagrams, obstruction theory for structured ring spectra, homotopy theory of algebraic theories, topological cyclic cohomology, abstract and simplicial homotopy theory, operads, A1 homotopy theory, mixed motives, algebraic cobordism, algebraic K theory and the algebra of structured spectra.

University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
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