Witt Vectors in arithmetic, geometry, and topology

May 14-18

Albuquerque, NM



This conference was held at the University of New Mexico on May 14th - 18th 2012. The main focus will be naturally on Witt Vectors, but in particular in the role they play in the areas listed above.

Schedule

Schedule Mon Tues Wed Thr Fri
9:00-10:00 Kiran Kedlaya Jesse Elliott Lars Hesselholt Oliver Lorscheid Bora Yalkinoglu
10:30-11:30 Chris Davis Lance Miller Teena Gerhardt James Borger Niranjan Ramachandran
2:00-3:00 Jack Morava Luis Finotti Alexandru Buium Lance Gurney XXXXX
3:30-4:30 Clark Barwick Bhargav Bhatt Taylor Dupuy Bryden Cais XXXXX
4:30-5:30 XXXXX XXXXX Joe Rabinoff XXXXX XXXXX

Here is a complete list of all submitted titles and abstracts with links to slides if relevant.

Participants

Vigleik Angelveit, ANU
Clark Barwick, MIT
Debargha Banerjee, ANU
Bhargav Bhatt, Univ. of Michigan
Bryden Cais, Univ. of Arizona
Chris Davis, Univ. of California at Irvine
Taylor Dupuy, Univ. of New Mexico
Lance Gurney, ANU
Jesse Elliott, Cal State Univ. Channel Islands
Olzem Ejder, USC
Veronika Ertl, Univ. of Utah
Luis Finotti, Univ. of Tennessee
Teena Gerhardt, Michigan State Univ.
Hadi Hedayatzadeh, Cal Tech.
Shun Ohkubo, Tokyo
Rouchuan Liu, Univ. of Michigan
Oliver Lorscheid, Wuppertal
Jack Morava, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Joe Rabinoff, Harvard Univ.
Niranjan Ramachandran, Univ. of Maryland
Paul Roberts, Univ. of Utah
Vijaykumar Singh, Simon Fraiser
Amab Saha, Univ. of New Mexico
Bryan White, Univ. of New Mexico
Malik Barrett, Univ. of New Mexico
Bora Yalkinoglu, MPI-Bonn


Organizers

James Borger (Austraila National University), james [dot] borger [at] anu [dot] edu [dot] au;
Alexandru Buium (University of New Mexico), buium [at] math [dot] unm [dot] edu;
Lars Hesselholt (Nagoya University), larsh [at] math [dot] nagoya-u [dot] ac [dot] jp;
Kiran Kedlaya (MIT/UC San Diego; chair), kedlaya [at] mit [dot] edu;
Lance Miller (University of Utah), lmiller [at] math [dot] utah [dot] edu.


Financial support for this has been generously provided by DARPA (US Defense Advance Research Projects Agency) via grant HR0011-09-1-0048 and the University of New Mexico.