Twentysixth meeting of the Transpennine Topology Triangle
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Leicester
Wednesday 20th September 2000
The meeting is part of a one week programme of algebra and topology activities.
programme for the whole week is nearly complete.
The programme for the
main topology days is as follows.
Wednesday 20th September
Coffee will be available in F9 from 11.00 am, and the first talk will
start at 11.30 am.
There is a second topology day which is not part of the TTT, but
the programme is included here since it will certainly be of
interest to TTT members.
- 11.30 Dietrich Notbohm (Leicester)
Uniqueness of 2-compact groups
- 12.45 Lunch
- 2.30 Andrey Lazarev (Bristol)
Moduli spaces of A-infinity maps
- 3.30 Tea
- 4.30 Andy Baker (Glasgow)
Brave new Hopf algebroids and some applications
Thursday 21st September (not TTT!)
- 9.30 Ran Levi (Aberdeen)
- To be announced
- 10.30 Coffee
- 11.30 Alexander Zimmermann (Amiens)
Derived categories of group rings
- 2.30 Sarah Whitehouse (Lens)
Symmetric numerical polynomials and cooperations in K-theory
- 3.30 Tea
- 4.30 Srikanth Iyengar (Sheffield)
Finiteness in the homology of commutative algebras
As usual, TTT26 is partially supported by an LMS Scheme 3 grant and
travel for TTT members will be reimbursed. For those wishing to stay
overnight, there will be some financial assistance by the University of
Leicester, but if you have not already booked accommodation then please let
me know fairly urgently.
Even if you do not wish to stay overnight, I do need to know (if you have
not already told me) if you will be joining us for lunch on the Wednesday
as I need to make specific bookings.
Anyone who wishes to participate is welcome: we shall operate the
usual arrangements for assistance with travel expenses.
Tea and Coffee will be served in
the common room.
For further information email John Hunton
(or John Greenlees
firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested, so we can make
approximately the right amount of tea and coffee.
How to get there
It is a short walk from the rail station. See
maps and how to get to Leicester University
The meeting is partially supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the
London Mathematical Society.
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