Johns Hopkins Category Theory Virtual Seminar
algebraic topology category theory logic
|Seminar series time:||Wednesday 21:00-23:00 in your time zone, UTC|
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The Johns Hopkins Category Theory seminar is a "topics course" in intermediate/advanced category theory, aimed at mathematics graduate students who have taken a first course or who have read an introductory book. The majority of the talks are expository, given by a student who is learning the material, possibly for the first time. Interruptions to ask questions are highly encouraged.
We'll gather for talks on the hour, with the aim of spending the first 15 minutes getting to know each other. The talk will start 15 minutes past the hour, and last for an hour. Afterwards, we hope many attendees will stick around to socialize until the clock strikes the hour again.
|Wed||Sep 23||21:00||David Jaz Myers||Getting equipped for formal category theory|
|Wed||Oct 07||21:00||Anthony Agwu||TBA|
|Wed||Oct 14||21:00||Alexander Campbell||Two-dimensional monad theory|
|Wed||Oct 28||21:00||tslil clingman||2-lessons from Australian category theory: mates and doctrinal adjunction|
|Wed||Nov 11||22:00||Daniel Fuentes-Keuthan||TBA|
|Wed||Nov 18||22:00||David Jaz Myers||Comparing left and right derived functors with double categories|
|Wed||Dec 02||22:00||Alexander Campbell||The new normal lax functors|
|Wed||Dec 09||22:00||David Jaz Myers||Universal solutions to control and design problems|
|Wed||Sep 16||21:00||tslil clingman||BI DOUBLing categories we'll see / MULTIple morphisms acting weakly / Two out of the four / Have laws rather poor / But the last is coherent VIRTUALLY!|