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Workshop on Mapping Surgery to Analysis

The University of Copenhagen

February 22 - 27, 2010

Organizer: Otgonbayar Uuye, Centre for Symmetry and Deformation

Speakers:

Additional Participants:

  • David Kyed, Göttingen
  • Siegfried Echterhoff, Münster
  • Lin Shan, Münster
  • Fabian Lenhardt, Düsseldorf
  • Reagan Lohandjola L'okaso, Kinshasa
  • Paul Siegel, PSU
  • Eduard Ortega, Copenhagen
  • Chen Yang, Durham
  • Thomas Hjortgaard Danielsen, Copenhagen
  • Jenny Santoso, Stuttgart
  • Sara Azzali, Göttingen
  • Tibor Macko, Münster
  • Wolfgang Steimle, Münster
  • Jan Spakula, Münster
  • Pascal Fabig, Münster
  • Philipp Kühl, Münster
  • Alan Carey, ANU
  • Alexander Gorokhovsky, Colorado
  • Paul Bressler, MPIM-Bonn
  • Jens Kaad, ANU
  • Johannes Niediek, Bonn
  • Indrava Roy, Metz Paul-Verlaine
  • Hannes Thiel, Copenhagen
  • Heiko Gimperlein, Hannover
  • Takeshi Katsura, Keio
  • Alexander Kahle, Göttingen
  • Erik Christensen, Copenhagen
  • Stella Anevski, Copenhagen
  • Toshikazu Natsume, Nagoya
  • Sara Arklint, Copenhagen
  • Cyril Levi, Copenhagen
  • Tatiana Shulman, Copenhagen
  • Tarje Bargheer, Copenhagen
  • Antonio Diaz Ramos, Copenhagen
  • Emanuele Dotto, Copenhagen
  • Henrik Densing Petersen, Copenhagen
  • Alexander Berglund, Copenhagen
  • Mikael Rørdam, Copenhagen
  • Nathalie Wahl, Copenhagen
  • Samik Basu, Copenhagen
  • Ryszard Nest, Copenhagen
  • Daniel Pape, Göttingen
  • Maria Ramirez-Solano, Copenhagen
  • Adam Sørensen, Copenhagen

Program:

$K$-theory has been very successful in attacking surgery theoretic problems. Higson and Roe proposed, in a series of papers, a commutative diagram that summarized many of these developments. The goal of the mini-workshop is to understand these papers and related issues better.

There will be two expository lectures in the morning and one research talk in the afternoon. Here is a link to the PROGRAM and TITLE & ABSTRACT of the talks.

Venue:

The lectures will be held at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Copenhagen. You can find information for short term visitors including directions to the mathematics department HERE

Support:

Partial support is available for a limited number of young researchers. If you wish to apply for support, please register no later than January 20.

Special funding is available for people from Scandinavian universities. Please see http://operatoralgebraanddynamics.com/

Participants who are affiliated with any node associated with the EU-NCG network in noncommutative geometry should get support from their own node. Ask your node coordinater. You can see the list of associated nodes HERE. 

Registration:

Registration is closed.

Bibliography:

(copied shamelessly from http://www.uni-math.gwdg.de/schick/teach/SurgeryToAnalysisHigsonRoeSem.html)

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