Motivic stuff

Cohomology, homotopy theory, and arithmetic geometry

Motivic homotopy theory in Bonn, and much more

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on March 11, 2010

The conference list is now updated with lots of exciting events for the summer. A small sample:

I already mentioned the Paris conference on Cohomology of algebraic varieties, Hodge theory, algebraic cycles, and motives in last week of April, but there is still time to register.

3 Responses to “Motivic homotopy theory in Bonn, and much more”

  1. Frank said

    There’s also a 3 week impressive looking summer school on “Arithmetic aspects of rational curves” in Grenoble which I haven’t seen listed on any of the arithmetic or geometric lists but went around the French community by email. The webpage is here and inscriptions are starting soon.

    • Andreas Holmstrom said

      Thanks! Will add it now. I always have the feeling that it’s very hard to find information about French conferences. For example, the Grothendieck conference last January wasn’t advertised at all outside France as far as I know. Are there any mailing lists for these things, or do people just email their friends and tell them? Or do they just send physical posters to French maths departments?

      • Frank said

        I was told about it by some French students. In Paris at the moment and haven’t seen a poster of it anywhere so it probably makes the rounds of academic emails. There’s a couple of networks of grants that organise these things, maybe Antoine Chambert-Loir is the person to ask

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