# Forty-seventh meeting of the Transpennine Topology Triangle

## Department of Pure Mathematics

University of Sheffield

Tuesday, November 23rd 2004

This will be a working meeting. There will therefore be
the usual time for participant discussion.
Talks will take place in Room J11, on the sixth floor
of the Hicks Building.

## Programme

- NOTE THE UNUSUAL START TIME
- 11.30 am: Coffee in I15

- 12.00 noon: Jonathan Barker (Southampton)

``psi^3 as an upper triangular matrix.''
- 2.00 pm: Constantin Teleman (Cambridge)

"Toward the Gromov-Witten K-theory of BG"
- 3.00 pm: Tea in I15

- 4.00 pm: Frank Neumann (Leicester)

"On the algebraic K-theory of the category of unstable modules over
the Steenrod algebra"

We expect to go to eat nearby, soon after the last talk.

## Abstracts

Frank Neumann:

Using the Gabriel-Krull filtration, we construct a spectral
sequence of homological type converging to the algebraic K-theory of the
noetherian objects in the category of unstable modules over the
Steenrod algebra. This is in direct analogy with the Brown-Gersten-Quillen
spectral sequence converging to the algebraic K-theory of a noetherian
scheme via the codimension of support filtration.

Anyone who wishes to participate is welcome: we shall operate the
usual arrangements for assistance with travel expenses. We expect
to assemble for tea and coffee in I15, Floor 5,
from 11.00 am until the first talk.
Each lecture will take place in Room J11 of the Hicks Building,
Hounsfield Road, Sheffield.

Tea and Coffee will be served in
the common room I15.

For further information email
John Greenlees
j.greenlees@sheffield.ac.uk,
(or John Hunton
jrh7@mcs.le.ac.uk or
Nige Ray
nige@ma.man.ac.uk) if you are interested, so we can make
approximately the right amount of tea and coffee.

## How to get there

From the rail station, you can catch the Number
60 bus, and get off where it crosses the ring road. Or take
the supertram to the University stop. There is more information
at
School of Mathematics and Statistics Homepage

The meeting is partially supported by a Scheme 3 grant from the
London Mathematical Society.

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