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The goal of this semester is to continue our study of motives over general bases.
Dates and location
Fridays, 10-12, SFB Seminar Room.
Here you may find the extended program.
|1.||20.10||The motivic space of Algebraic K-theory||Christian Dahlhausen|
|2.||27.10||Bott periodicity and unstable operations on K-theory||Helene Sigloch|
|3.||03.11||Stable operations and the Adams-Riemann-Roch theorem||Georgios Raptis|
|4.||10.11||Modules over the motivic K-theory spectrum||Han-Ung Kufner|
|4.||17.11||Modules over the motivic K-theory spectrum 2||Han-Ung Kufner|
|6.||24.11||Beilinson motives and proper descent||Matan Prasma|
|5.||01.12||Excision and Galois descent with rational coefficient||Kevin Francios|
|6.||08.12||Motivic cohomology with rational coefficients||Denis-Charles Cisinski|
|7.||15.12||The Grothendieck-Riemann-Roch theorem||Fangzouh Jin|
|8.||22.12||The absolute purity theorem I: rational coefficients||Adeel Khan|
|9.||12.01||The absolute purity theorem II: torsion coefficients||Yigeng Zhao|
|10.||19.01||The absolute purity theorem III: torsion coefficients||Yigeng Zhao|
|10.||26.01||The absolute purity theorem IV: torsion coefficients||Enlin Yang|