Bonn Topology Group

General Information - Members - Activities - Topology Seminar

This page displays the schedule for the Topology Seminar at the Mathematical Institute.

The seminar takes place on Tuesdays in seminar room 1.008 at the Mathematical Institute, Endenicher Allee 60, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Notice the unusual time!
Tea and cookies will be served in the Hausdorff room right before the seminar at 5:00 pm.
The program of previous semesters is here. If you are interested in giving a talk or want to suggest a speaker, please contact the organiser.


SS2018


  • April 10th
    EMANUELE DOTTO (RFWU Bonn): Witt vectors, polynomiality, and the dihedral fixed-points of THH
    Abstract

  • April 17th
    RACHAEL BOYD (University of Aberdeen, Scotland): Homological stability for Artin monoids
    Abstract

  • April 24th
    no seminar

  • May 1st
    Labour day (so we don't work!)

  • May 8th
    BERNHARD HANKE (Universität Augsburg): An equivariant Quillen theorem
    Abstract

  • May 15th
    DENIS NARDIN (Université Paris 13, France): A universal property for Hermitian K-theory
    Abstract

  • May 22nd
    Pentecost

  • May 29th
    MAURICIO BUSTAMANTE (Universität Augsburg): Bundles with fiberwise negatively curved metrics
    Abstract

  • June 5th
    NATHALIE WAHL (Københavns Universitet, Denmark): Stability and stable homology of classical groups
    Abstract

  • June 12th, Coffee, tea and biscuits will be served in the seminar room!
    BEREN SANDERS (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland): Quillen stratification for the Balmer spectrum with applications
    Abstract

  • June 19th
    CHRISTOPHER DAVIS (University of California, Irvine, USA): On the absolute de Rham-Witt complex over W(k) and over perfectoid rings
    Abstract

  • June 26th
    IAN LEARY (University of Southampton, UK): Generalized Bestvina-Brady groups and their applications
    Abstract

  • July 3rd
    DAMIAN OSAJDA (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Poland): Two-dimensional Artin groups and systolicity
    Abstract

  • July 10th
    STEFFEN SAGAVE (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands): Multiplicative structures on Thom spectra and parametrized spectra
    Abstract