Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on July 10, 2010

Nikolai Mnev kindly pointed out in a comment that video recordings from Suslin’s 60th birthday conference are available here or alternatively here. Talks include the following:

- Beilinson: Some remarks on Grothendieck’s standard conjectures
- Bloch: Dilogarithm motives arising in physics
- Voevodsky: Formal languages, partial algebraic theories and homotopy category
- Lichtenbaum: Coherent sheaves on Arakelov varieties

and there are many others as well…

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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on January 23, 2009

Spencer Bloch gave a nice overview of motivic cohomology. I could not take complete notes, as he was using slides, but fortunately he posted the slides online here.

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