Motives in St. Petersburg

Euler International Mathematical Institute

St. Petersburg, Russia

Summer School

"Motives and related structures"

September 3–7, 2018

Lecture series:

  • Frédéric Déglise: Six functors formalism in motivic homotopy theory
  • Oliver Röndigs: An introduction to motivic homotopy theory
  • Nikita Semenov: Applications of Chow motives to algebraic groups
  • Matthias Wendt: Motivic cohomology, group homology and scissors congruences

Short talks:

  • Håkon Kolderup: Cohomological correspondence categories
  • Jonas Irgens Kylling: Slice spectral sequence calculations of hermitian K-theory and Milnor’s conjecture on quadratic forms for rings of integers
  • Pavel Sechin: Morava K-theories: Chern classes, the gamma filtration and applications to projective homogeneous varieties
  • Maria Yakerson: Framed transfers in motivic homotopy theory


"Motives and their applications"

September 10–14, 2018

Speakers include:

  • Tom Bachmann
  • Federico Binda
  • Thomas Geisser
  • Sergey Gorchinskiy
  • Lars Hesselholt
  • Marc Hoyois
  • Adeel Khan
  • Amalendu Krishna
  • Alexander Kuznetsov
  • Baptiste Morin
  • Amnon Neeman
  • Alexander Neshitov
  • Dmitri Orlov
  • Anand Sawant
  • Marco Schlichting
  • Vasudevan Srinivas
  • Matthias Wendt
  • Paul Arne Østvær


  • Alexey Ananyevskiy (PDMI/EIMI and Chebyshev Laboratory)
  • Ivan Panin (PDMI)
  • Grigory Garkusha (Swansea University)

Local coordinators:

  • Nadia Zaleskaya
  • Tatiana Vinogradova
  • Natalia Kirshner

The program is supported by the Simons Foundation, Chebyshev Laboratory and Russian Foundation for Basic Research

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