The Catholic University Department of Mathematics hosts a weekly seminar in Functional Analysis and Related Areas. Attendance is open to all interested members of the mathematics community, including students and faculty from other colleges and universities. See below for an abstract of the upcoming presentation.
SEMINAR IN FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
AND RELATED AREAS
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
SPEAKER: Matthew Menture
The Catholic University of America
TITLE: The Homological Conjectures
ABSTRACT: In this talk, we will first review some basic facts from commutative and homological algebra. Then, we will give a survey of the homological conjectures, which are a series of statements that posit a deep connection between the homological properties of a commutative ring R (such as projective dimension of a module over R) and its intrinsic invariants (such as its Krull dimension and depth).
ORGANIZERS: V. Bogdan (Catholic University), P. Kainen (Georgetown University), R. Kalpathy (Catholic University), A. Levin (Catholic University), and(Georgetown University)