$A^1$-Homotopy Theory and Its Recent Developments
There will be a small program during the second term (spring) of the 2009-2010 year on $A^1$-Homotopy Theory and its recent developments. Two directions will be emphasized during this program: the proof of Bloch-Kato conjecture on Galois cohomology and related applications, following the work of Rost and Voevodsky, as well as recent geometric applications of $A^1$-homotopy to the study of smooth proper varieties over a field, especially those which are involving the $A^1$-fundamental group of $A^1$-connected varieties.
IHÉS 50th Anniversary
Talks in Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the
Institut Des Hautes Études Scientifiques
Saturday, November 8, 2008
5:15 p.m.: Talks
The Constants of Nature
Robert D. MacPherson
Professor, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study
Geometry in Bures and Princeton
6:15 p.m.: Reception
Fuld Hall, The Common Room
Please note that the talks are appropriate for a general mathematical audience.
2006 Women in Mathematics Program
Zeta functions all the way
May 15 - May 26, 2006
Holomorphic Curves Focus Group
Holomorphic Curves Workshop
May 23 through June 18
Workshop on Geometric Partial Differential Equations
Simonyi Hall Seminar Room
A five day workshop focusing on the theory of nonlinear PDEs and their applications to problems in geometry. Topics include conformal geometry, mass transportation, and free boundary problems.
Alice Chang - Princeton University/IAS, Luis Caffarelli - University of Texas/IAS, Matthew Gursky - University of Notre Dame/IAS
Asymptotic and Computational Aspects of Coding Theory
Workshop on Complexity of Proofs and Computations
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