Topology Seminar

Year 2002

**Monday, January 14, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Brayton Gray , University of Illinois at Chicago

**Title:***Costable homotopy of periodic spaces*

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**Tuesday, January 29, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Dan Isaksen, University of Notre Dame

**Title:***Hypercovers in topology*

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**Monday, February 4, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Justin Mauger , Northwestern University

**Title:***The cohomology of Hopf algebras associated with p-groups*

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**Monday, February 11, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Jean-Louis Loday, University of Strasbourg

**Title:***On a duality between standard simplices and Stasheff polytopes*

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**Monday, February 25, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Kimberly Pearson, Valparaiso University

**Title:***The Gromov-Lawson-Rosenberg conjecture for Fuchsian groups*

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**Friday, March 1, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 105, 3:00pm

- Professor Steve Halperin, University of Maryland

**Title:***Homotopy Groups and Lusternik Schnirelmann Category*

**Special Note:***Please note the unusual day, time and room.*

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**Monday, March 11, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Kevin Lee, Purdue University Calumet

**Title:***Equivariant Lubin-Tate formal group laws*

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**Monday, April 8, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Clarence Wilkerson , Purdue University

**Title:***Binary Linear Codes and the Classification of Exceptional 2-Compact Groups*

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**Monday, April 15, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Lars Hesselholt, MIT

**Title:***Topological Hochshild homology of the algebraic closure of a local field: a new Fontaine ring?*

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**Monday, April 22, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Nikolai Ivanov, Michigan State University

**Title:***Homology of the mapping class groups and homology stability*

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**Monday, May 6, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Boris Tsygan, Northwestern University

**Title:***Homotopy Gerstenhaber and BV structures on Hochschild complexes*

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**Monday, May 13, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Dave Benson, University of Georgia

**Title:***Phantom maps in algebra and topology*

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**Monday, May 20, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Tony Elmendorf, Purdue University Calumet

**Title:***Modelling connective spectra using permutative categories*

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**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Mark Mahowald, Northwestern University

**Title:***More then you want to know about \pi_* ( L_K(2) S^0 ).*

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**Monday, June 3, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Mark Mahowald, Northwestern University

**Title:***More then you want to know about pi_* ( L_K(2) S^0 )*

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**Monday, September 30, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Kevin Knudson, Mississippi State University

**Title:***The homology of invariant group chains*

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**Monday, October 7, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Thomas Wenger, Northwestern University

**Title:***On an Eilenberg-Moore spectral sequence in the theory of mixed Tate sheaves*

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**Monday, October 28, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Nathan Wodarz, Northwestern University

**Title:***Polynomial homology theories*

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**Thursday, October 31, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 216, 2:00pm

- Daniel Davis, Northwestern University

**Title:***The Lubin-Tate spectrum E_n as a continuous G_n-spectrum and its homotopy fixed point spectra*

**Special Note:***The talk is at 2:00 in the conference room.*

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**Monday, November 4, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Dmitry Tamarkin, Northwestern University

**Title:***Transitivity of action of the Grothendieck-Teichmuller group on the chain operad of little disks*

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**Monday, November 11, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Stewart Priddy, Northwestern University

**Title:***A cohomological approach to automorphism group rings*

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**Friday, November 15, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 3:00pm

- Mark A. Pearson, Northwestern University

**Title:***The Morava K-theory of homotopy orbit spaces: some good results*

**Special Note:***Note the unusual time and day*

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**Monday, November 18, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Jim McClure, Purdue University

**Title:***Cosimplicial objects and little n-cubes*

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**Monday, December 2, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Jesper Grodal, University of Chicago

**Title:***p-compact groups and p-local groups*

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**Friday, December 6, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Jaume Aguade , University of Barcelona

**Title:***Kac-Moody groups from a homotopy point of view*

**Special Note:***Note the unusual day and room.*

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**Monday, December 9, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Professor Daniel Biss, University of Chicago

**Title:***The combinatorics of smooth manifolds*

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**Wednesday, December 15, 2002**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt 104, 4:10pm

- Dan Margalit, University of Chicago

**Title:***Topology vs. algebra in mapping class groups*

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