This is the Juvitop seminar webpage from Spring 2013, which was organized by Saul Glasman about Chromatic Homotopy Theory.
This site was originally hosted here. This is part of a deep copy of all prior Juvitop websites that I could find in the fall of 2016.
In the spring 2013 semester, Juvitop was the Boston-area pre-Talbot seminar, so our topic was chromatic homotopy theory. Resources and references are available on the Talbot website.
13th Feb: A Review of Stable Homotopy Theory, by Saul Glasman. Video.20th Feb: Bousfield Localization, by David White. Video.Notes.27th Feb: Formal Group Laws and Complex Cobordism, by Denis Nardin. Video.6th Mar: p-Typical Formal Group Laws and Brown-Peterson Homology, by Lukas Brantner. Video.13th Mar: Structure of the Adams(-Novikov) Spectral Sequence, by Kyle Ormsby. Video.20th Mar: Harvard Spring Break27th Mar: MIT Spring Break. Video.3rd Apr: Computations with the Adams(-Novikov) Spectral Sequence, by Michael Andrews. Video.Notes (these notes extend and complement rather than cover the material of the talk).10th Apr: Nilpotence and Periodicity, by Akhil Mathew. Video.17th Apr: The Chromatic Tower, by Aaron Mazel-Gee. Video.Back to the main Juvitop page.