Conference on Motives, see webpage here. Invited speakers include Consani, Rost, Morel and Nori.

# Posts Tagged ‘events’

## Motives conference in Mainz, July 4-8

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on February 16, 2011

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## Video from the motivic St. Petersburg conference

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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## 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:

- Higher Structures in Topology and Geometry IV, Göttingen, June 2-4
- Young Topologists Meeting, Copenhagen, June 16-20
- Homotopy theory and derived algebraic geometry, Toronto, Aug 30 – Sep 3
- Geometric aspects of motivic homotopy theory, Bonn, Sep 6-10

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.

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## Motives in St. Petersburg and p-adic cohomology in Oxford

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on December 18, 2009

Some new conferences at the Events page, including Effective methods in p-adic cohomology, Oxford, March 15-19, and a “double conference” in St. Petersburg in June:

- International Algebraic Conference (speakers include Gaitsgory, Karpenko, and Suslin), June 19-24
- Algebraic Geometry, K-theory and Motives (amazing list of speakers including Beilinson, Morel, and Voevodsky), June 25-29

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## Workshop on F1-geometry next month

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on October 21, 2009

There will be a workshop on F1-geometry in Granada, 23-25 Nov. This has not been advertised much before, so spread the word. They plan a number of introductory lectures on various aspects of geometry over the field with one element, and it all looks very exciting. As an extra bonus, you might also get the chance to see the legendary range of symmetry groups in the Alhambra.

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## More conferences

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on October 18, 2009

A few more conferences have been added to the Events page. Some highlights for the coming months:

- Workshop on motives in Tokyo
- Advanced school and conference on homological and geometrical methods in representation theory, Trieste
- Arithmetic of fundamental groups, Heidelberg
- Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic, Essen
- International School on Geometry and Physics. Geometric Langlands and Gauge Theory, Barcelona

See the Events page for dates and much more.

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## Young Researchers in Mathematics conference in Cambridge

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on October 15, 2009

Registration is now open for the next Young Researchers in Mathematics conference in Cambridge, which will take place 25-27 March 2010. See the conference webpage for more information.

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