Johns Hopkins Category Theory Virtual Seminar

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Johns Hopkins University

Audience: Advanced learners
Seminar series time: Wednesday 21:00-23:00 in your time zone, UTC
Organizer: Emily Riehl*
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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.

Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
WedSep 2321:00David Jaz MyersGetting equipped for formal category theory
WedOct 0721:00Anthony AgwuTBA
WedOct 1421:00Alexander CampbellTwo-dimensional monad theory
WedOct 2821:00tslil clingman2-lessons from Australian category theory: mates and doctrinal adjunction
WedNov 1122:00Daniel Fuentes-KeuthanTBA
WedNov 1822:00David Jaz MyersComparing left and right derived functors with double categories
WedDec 0222:00Alexander CampbellThe new normal lax functors
WedDec 0922:00David Jaz MyersUniversal solutions to control and design problems
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