# K-Theory and Related Fields

Hausdorff Trimester Program

May 8 - August 31, 2017

Organizers: Guillermo Cortiñas, Hélène Esnault, Christian Haesemeyer, Holger Reich, Jonathan Rosenberg

Mathematicians from many areas are interested in K-theory, and they all look at it from their own perspective. The program modestly plans to support research in several of the many subareas of K-theory and to promote synergies between the different, but often overlapping, areas.

The program will involve the following elements:

A summer school directed at PhD students and young postdocs, scheduled for the week June 19-23.

Three major workshops, as follows:

- K-theory in algebraic geometry and number theory, May 15-19,
- K-theory and related fields, June 26-30,
- K-theory in topology and non commutative geometry, August 21-25.

Informal short courses and learning seminars, in between the major workshops, to help those working in one aspect of K-theory learn about developments and techniques in other areas.

Those planning to participate include:

Joseph Ayoub, Arthur Bartels, Andrew Blumberg, Ulrich Bunke, Joachim Cuntz, Bjorn Dundas, Tom Farrell, Lars Hesselholt, Nigel Higson, Anette Huber-Klawitter, Moritz Kerz, Guido Kings, Marc Levine, Mike Mandell, Ralf Meyer, Ryszard Nest, Paul Arne Østvær, Erik Pedersen, Birgit Richter, John Rognes, Kay Rülling, Shuji Saito, Marco Schlichting, Vasudevan Srinivas, Gonçalo Tabuada, Ulrike Tillmann, Andreas Thom, Claire Voisin, Charles Weibel, Michael Weiss, Guoliang Yu