Chromatic Homotopy Theory

Journey to the Frontier

May 16 to May 20, 2018 at CU Boulder


This five day event centered around the topic of Chromatic Homotopy Theory will consist of a graduate student workshop on May 16-17 and research talks by prominent researchers in the field on May 18-20. Participants who are not part of the graduate student workshop are invited arrive on May 17 and take part in the second day of the workshop.

Conference (May 18-20)

Tobias Barthel, University of Copenhagen

Eva Belmont, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Prasit Bhattacharya, University of Virginia

Irina Bobkova, Institute for Advanced Studies

Dustin Clausen, University of Copenhagen

Michael Hopkins, Harvard University (tentative)

Tyler Lawson, University of Minnesota

Charmaine Sia, Indiana University Bloomington (tentative)

Nat Stapleton, University of Kentucky

Takeshi Torii, Okayama University

Zhouli Xu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Graduate Workshop

Part I (May 16)

Agnès Beaudry, University of Colorado Boulder

Mike Hill, University of California Los Angeles

Dylan Wilson, University of Chicago

Part II (May 17)

Mark Behrens, University of Notre Dame

Paul Goerss, Northwestern University

Doug Ravenel, University of Rochester

Vesna Stojanoska, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Registered Participants



Graduate Workshop


Participants with need of Child Care

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