Upcoming 5 days
Late Lunch Talk by Kristina Øie Kvile from CEES
The genuine analog of an E_\infty-ring spectrum in algebraic geometry is the notion of a normed motivic spectrum, which carries multiplicative transfers along finite etale morphisms. The homological shadows of an E_\infty-ring structure are the Dyer-Lashof operations which acts on the homology an E_\infty-ring spectrum. We will construct analogs of these operations in motivic homotopy theory, state their basic properties and discuss some consequences such as splitting results for normed motivic spectra. The construction mixes two ingredients: the theory of motivic colimits and equivariant motivic homotopy theory. This is joint work with Tom Bachmann and Jeremiah Heller.
Sommeren 2018 ga en viktig påminnelse om de alvorlige konsekvensene tørke kan medføre. Hydrolog Lena Merete Tallaksen vil se på årsakene til tørke, og hvordan tørke forplanter seg i det hydrologiske kretsløp.
Lecture by Professor Jerome S. Engel "Innovation in the Digital Age: How does it impact health care and the life sciences?"
Mats Larsson from the Nobel Committee for Physics will describe the 2018 physics Nobel prize: Tools made of light.
From School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK
At Writers' Night you can focus on your own writing and write together with others. Writing specialists and peer consultants are available to discuss your writing with you. You may also participate in workshops and listen to lectures to get inspired. Writers' night is open to all students at the University of Oslo, including bachelor, master and PhD-students.
Friday seminar by Lydia V. Luncz, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Further upcoming events
Valeriya Naumova (Machine Intelligence Department, Simula Research Laboratory) will give a talk on October 23th at 14:15 in the Seminar Room 819, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor.
Human IgG subclasses in intracellular antiviral immunity
Noncommutative geometry aims to use geometric insight in studying phenomena that are beyond the reach of classical geometry and analysis, using functional analysis and algebra as primary rigorous tools. Over the years it has been applied to a variety of problems, from index theory for foliations, to the Novikov conjecture, quantum Hall effect, standard model, analysis on quantum groups, and many more. The goal of the one-day seminar is to use the opportunity provided by the visit of Adam Rennie from Australia to report on recent advances in the area. Another goal is to strengthen ties between the operator algebra groups in Oslo and Trondheim.