Topology Seminar

Year 1999

**Monday, January 11, 1999**

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

- Professor Lee Nave, University of Washington

**Title:***On the non-existence of Smith-Toda complexes*

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**Monday, January 18, 1999**

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

- Professor Laura Scull, U. of Chicago

**Title:***Rational S^1-equivariant homotopy theory*

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**Monday, January 25, 1999**

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

- Professor Mike Mandell, MIT

**Title:***Topological Andre-Quillen homology*

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**Monday, February 1, 1999**

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

- Professor Paul Goerss, Northwestern

**Title:***Obstructions to finding a space with specified homotopy groups (after Dwyer, Kan, and Stover)*

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**Monday, February 8, 1999**

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

- Professor Stephen Theriault, U. of Illinois at Chicago

**Title:***Homotopy exponents of mod-2^r Moore spaces*

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**Monday, February 15, 1999**

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

- Professor Fred Cohen, Rochester (visiting Wisconsin-Madison)

**Title:***On self-maps of double loop spaces, the gravity filtration, and a conjecture of Barratt*

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**Monday, February 22, 1999**

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

- Professor Alex Adem, U. Wisconsin

**Title:***Periodic Complexes, Euler Classes and Group Actions*

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**Monday, March 1, 1999**

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

- Professor Stewart Priddy, Northwestern

**Title:***Quillen complexes, Mobius functions, and stable decompositions for compact Lie groups*

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**Topology Seminar**Lunt, room TBA, 4:10pm

- Professor Rick Jardine,

**Title:***A^1-local symmetric spectra*

**Special Note:***Note special day*

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**Monday, March 29, 1999**

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

- Professor Charles Rezk, Northwestern

**Title:***Examples of modular forms in homotopy theory*

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**Monday, April 5, 1999**

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

- Professor Nitu Kitchloo, Northwestern

**Title:***Homotopy uniqueness of BSO(3) x S^n*

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**Thursday, April 15, 1999**

**Topology Seminar**Lunt, room TBA, 4:10pm

- Professor Rick Jardine,

**Title:***A^1-local symmetric spectra*

**Special Note:***SPECIAL DAY*

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**Monday, April 19, 1999**

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

- Professor Brayton Gray, University of Illinois at Chicago

**Title:***Idempotents and coefficients*

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**Monday, May 3, 1999**

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

- Professor Ezra Getzler, Northwestern University

**Title:***Another E-infinity operad*

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**Monday, May 10, 1999**

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

- Professor Benoit Fresse, Nice

**Title:***The theory of Koszul operads and the homology of Poisson algebras*

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**Monday, May 17, 1999**

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

- Professor Brooke Shipley, Purdue University / University of Chicago

**Title:***Rational S^1 equivariant homotopy theory*

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**Monday, May 24, 1999**

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

- Professor Benoit Fresse, Nice

**Title:***On homotopy operations for simplicial algebras over an operad*

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**Thursday, July 22, 1999**

**Topology Seminar**Annenberg G32, 2pm

- Professor Vincent Franjou, Nantes

**Title:***Polynomial Mackey Functors*

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**3.30pm**Professor Hans-Werner Henn, Strasbourg

**Title:***Euler characteristics of Orthogonal groups over Z[1/2]*

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**Topology Seminar**Annenberg G32, 3.30pm

- Professor Hans-Werner Henn, Strasbourg

**Title:***Euler characteristics of Orthogonal groups over Z[1/2]*

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**Monday, October 4, 1999**

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

- Professor Vassily Gorbanov, University of Kentucky

**Title:***Gerbes of Chiral Differential Operators*

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**Monday, October 11, 1999**

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

- Professor Fabien Morel, Universite Paris 7

**Title:***An Introduction to A^1-Homotopy Theory*

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**Monday, October 18, 1999**

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

- Professor Paul Goerss, Northwestern University

**Title:***A_\infty ring spectra under MU*

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**Monday, October 25, 1999**

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

- Professor Po Hu, University of Chicago

**Title:***Real and Algebraic Hopf invariant one elements*

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**Monday, November 1, 1999**

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

- Professor Amnon Neeman, Australian National University

**Title:***Determinants, K_1, and recent improvements*

**Special Note:***Joint Algebra/Topology Seminar !*

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**Monday, November 8, 1999**

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

- Professor Kimberly Pearson, Valparaiso University

**Title:***The p-chain spectral sequence and Whitehead groups of Fuchsian groups*

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**Monday, November 15, 1999**

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

- Professor Jesper Grodal, M.I.T

**Title:***Higher limits, subgroup complexes and group cohomology*

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**Monday, November 22, 1999**

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

- Professor Bernard Badzioch, University of Notre Dame

**Title:***Algebraic theories in homotopy theory*

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**Monday, November 29, 1999**

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

- Professor Brooke Shipley, University of Chicago

**Title:***The uniqueness of stable homotopy theory*

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