Topology Seminar
Upcoming Talks
The seminar will meet at 4:30 on Monday in 2131 unless otherwise noted.
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Liam Keenan (Brown University)
$\begingroup $One of the key inputs to the proof of the celebrated Dundas–Goodwillie–McCarthy theorem is the computation of the topological cyclic homology of a trivial square zero extension. I will explain how to attach to a ring spectrum A and a nonunital (A,A)bimodule I, a cyclotomic spectrum T(A,I), which can be used to perform the above calculation in a more or less formal way. Time permitting, I will discuss some further properties and consequences of this construction.
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Thomas Brazelton (Harvard University)
TBA

Arpon Raksit (MIT)
TBA

Sofia Marlasca Aparicio (University of Oxford)
TBA
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