Teena Gerhardt (Michigan State). An overview of computations in algebraic K-theory via trace methods (3 lectures).
Lars Hesselholt (Copenhagen). Topological Hochschild homology and arithmetic (3 lectures).
Mike Mandell (IU).
Introduction to equivariant stable homotopy theory.
Introduction to non-commutative derived algebraic geometry.
A Künneth theorem for TP.
Thomas Nikolaus (Bonn). On topological cyclic homology and cyclotomic spectra (3 lectures).
Additional invited talks will be given by:
Saul Glasman (Minnesota). Symmetric power structures on algebraic K-theory.
Gijs Heuts (Copenhagen). Tate diagonals.
Nick Rozenblyum (Chicago). A geometric approach to the cyclotomic trace.
Aaron Royer (UCLA). The Dundas-McCarthy theorem.
Sarah Yeakel (Maryland). The Dundas-McCarthy theorem.
Benjamin Antieau (UIC).
David Gepner (Purdue).
Ayelet Lindenstrauss (IU).
Mike Mandell (IU).
Travel and lodging details: for information on traveling to IU, see here.
If you are requesting reimbursement, we ask that you allow the summer school organizers to book a room on your behalf.
Graduate students will typically be housed in doubles at Biddle Hotel (+1-812-856-6381).
For postdocs and others, we have also reserved a block of rooms at a special rate at the Grant Street Inn (+1-812-334-2353).
If you are receiving funding from elsewhere to attend the summer school, you may reserve your own room with the special rate; at either location,
you will need to telephone and provide the code "Trace Summer School".
Registration: please register here. If you are requesting funding, please register by 15 April 2017 for full consideration.
Support: we will have some support for graduate students and other early-career mathematicians available,
for which we gratefully acknowledge Indiana University, UIC, and Antieau's NSF CAREER Award DMS-1552766.
Amir Mohammad Mostaed
Ernest E. Fontes