Rutgers Department of Mathematics

Hill Center - Busch Campus

110 Frelinghuysen Road

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

Hill Center - Busch Campus

110 Frelinghuysen Road

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

The meeting time of the seminar in Spring 2022 is

The current organizer of the seminar is me, Ian Coley, with talks given by graduate students each week. The topic for Fall 2021 was

- Spring 2022 Schedule
- 7 April: Vector bundles and A^1-invariance, Ishaan Shah
- 24 March: [fix this]
- 17 March: Spring Break!
- 10 March: [fix this]
- 3 March: A whirlwind tour of monoidal abelian categories, Ian Coley
- 24 February: Naive A^1-calculations, Mihail Tarigradschi
- 17 February: Naive A^1-invariance, Tamar Blanks
- 10 February: Dipping our toes into A^1, Zeyu Shen
- 3 February: Algebro-geometric preliminaries, Ishaan Shah
- 27 January: Scheduling II + topological phenomena, Ian Coley
- 19 January: Scheduling + what's going on, Ian Coley

- Fall 2021 Schedule
- 8 December: Consequences + wrap-up, Ian Coley
- 1 December: The additivity theorem, Joy Hamlin
- 24 November: Thanksgiving (no seminar)
- 17 November: Quillen's Theorem A, Yael Davidson
- 10 November: Properties of the classifying space functor, Zeyu Shen
- 3 November: pi_1 BQR = K_0(R), Ishaan Shah
- 27 October: Dylan Adams
- 20 October: Introduction to exact categories, Tamar Blanks
- 13 October: Introduction to simplicial sets, Brian Pinsky
- 6 October: K_0 and the schedule, Ian Coley
- 29 September: Model Categories II, Ian Coley
- 22 September: Model Categories I, Ian Coley

- Resources for Fall 2021
- Daniel Quillen, Higher algebraic K-theory: I