The conference will begin on Monday 7 September and will finish midday on Wednesday 9 September. The schedule will feature a combination of invited speakers and contributed talks. There will be a conference dinner Tuesday evening.
Support will be available for postgraduate students. Details will appear in due course.
Registration is now closed.
The list of speakers includes
- Carles Casacuberta, Barcelona (Spain), Induced (co)localizations on homotopy (co)algebras
- Boris Chorny, Haifa (Israel), Relative homotopy theory
- Rosona Eldred, Münster (Germany), Comparing the homotopy functor calculi
- Graham Ellis, Galway (Ireland), Computing with homotopy 1- and 2-types
- Imma Gálvez Carrillo, Catalonia (Spain), Three Hopf algebras and their simplicial and operadic background
- Jarek Kędra, Aberdeen (UK), Algebraic properties of diffeomorphism groups
- Luke Steers, Belfast (UK), Finite domination, Novikov homology and Z-graded rings
- Alexandru Suciu, Northeastern (USA), Group actions on manifolds and formality properties
- Andrew Tonks, Leicester (UK), Homotopy algebraic combinatorics
- Michael West, Southampton (UK), Homotopy decompositions of Gauge groups over type 1 Klein surfaces
14.30-15.30: Graham Ellis, Computing with homotopy 1- and 2-types
16.00-17.00: Jarek Kędra, Algebraic properties of diffeomorphism groups
17.15-18.15: Rosona Eldred, Comparing the homotopy functor calculi
10.00-11.00: Carles Casacuberta, Induced (co)localizations on homotopy (co)algebras
11.30-12.30: Alexandru Suciu, Group actions on manifolds and formality properties
12.30-14.30: lunch break
14.30-15.30: Imma Gálvez Carrillo, Three Hopf algebras and their simplicial and operadic background
16.00-16.30: Michael West, Homotopy Decompositions of Gauge Groups over Type 1 Klein Surfaces
16.45-17.15: Luke Steers, Finite domination, Novikov homology and Z-graded rings
10.00-11.00: Andrew Tonks, Homotopy algebraic combinatorics
11.30-12.30: Boris Chorny, Relative homotopy theory
Registration and talks will take place in the David Bates Building, room 0G.005 (the ground floor lecture room). The address of the building is 7 College Park.
The organisers gratefully acknowledge support from the following organisations:
Last updated: 19.11.2015