Motivic and Chromatic Homotopy I (Online)

Date: 2022-06-08

Time: 13:30 - 14:30

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Eva Belmont


I will give an introduction to motivic homotopy theory from a computational homotopy theory perspective. I will touch on both the original perspective as the homotopy theory of schemes, and newer work on synthetic homotopy theory that presents the C-motivic stable homotopy category as a deformation of the classical stable homotopy category. I will discuss some basic computational properties of these constructions which show the Nishida nilpotence theorem does not hold in this context.