Manifolds and K-theory: the legacy of Andrew Ranicki
21 - 25 Jun 2021
ICMS, Bayes Centre, 47 Potterrow Edinburgh and online
- Clark Barwick, University of Edinburgh
- Diarmuid Crowley, University of Melbourne
- Oscar Randal-Williams, University of Cambridge
- Ulrike Tillmann, University of Oxford
Andrew Ranicki and his theory of algebraic surgery played a central role in linking manifold theory, algebraic K-theory, and its close cousin L-theory. These areas have seen great developments and advances in the last decade from distinct research communities. This workshop will bring together mathematicians working on the topology of high-dimensional manifolds and their automorphisms with those working on the algebraic K-theory (and its cousins hermitian K-theory and L-theory) of rings and ring spectra, in order to share recent progress in these areas and kindle a fresh interaction between them.
This workshop was postponed because of the pandemic. All participants have been sent an email from ICMS in December 2020 regarding the rescheduled event. Further details will appear here early in 2021.
It is anticipated that this workshop will be a hybrid event with some particpants attending in Edinburgh and others joining online.
To be announced