FNS-ANR OCHoTop Project : activities
Opening (reception of participants): Monday, December 9, 9:00
Closing: Wednesday, December 11, 12:00
Place: the workshop will take place at the Laboratory for topology and neurosciences, at the Lausanne campus of EPFL - see the web page https://www.epfl.ch/campus/visitors/visitor-information/coming-to-epfl/ for general direction information and the web-page https://map.epfl.ch/ for a detailed map of the campus (talks will take place in room INM 11 on Monday, in room DIA 004 on Tuesday and in room DIA 005 on Wednesday).
The program comprises research talks given by invited speakers on general topics of the project and will leave plenty of time for informal discussions. The abstracts of the talks are available by following this link or by following the links of the titles in the provisional schedule below.
Thanks for getting in touch with the organizers by e-mail at if you wish to attend this workshop.
Monday December 9 (lecture room INM 11):
09:00-10:00 Fabian Hebestreit (Bonn) "Algebraic cobordism categories"
10:15-11:15 Emanuele Dotto (Warwick) "The relationship between Grothendieck-Witt theory and L-theory"
11:30-12:30 Magdalena Kedziorek (Utrecht) "Equivariant commutativity"
14:00-15:00 Daniela Egas (EPFL) "Model category structures and spectral sequences"
15:15-16:15 Rinat Kashaev (Geneva) "Invariants of long knots"
Tuesday December 10 (lecture room DIA 004):
09:00-10:00 Sarah Whitehouse (Sheffield) "Model category structures on multicomplexes"
10:15-11:15 Lukas Woike (Hamburg) "Derived modular functors"
11:30-12:30 Anibal Medina-Mardones (EPFL) "Revisiting Steenrod's construction: universality and effectiveness"
14:00-15:00 Julien Ducoulombier (ETHZ) "Explicit resolutions for combinatorially defined categories"
15:15-16:15 Najib Idrissi (Paris) "Models for configuration spaces of manifolds"
Wednesday December 11 (lecture room DIA 005):
09:00-10:00 Greg Arone (KTH) "On the non-commutative stable homotopy category"
10:15-11:15 Claudia Scheimbauer (TU Munich) "En-algebras, extended topological field theories, and dualizability"
1 January 2019