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 27, 2022
SPEAKER: Dr. Donald Larson
The Catholic University of America
TITLE: Enumerating partitions arising in homotopy theory
I will discuss ongoing joint work with Scott Bailey on computing the free rank of the homology of generalized Brown-Gitler spectra as modules over A(1), where A is the mod 2 Steenrod algebra. The ultimate goal is to gain insight into the Adams spectral sequences for bo smash bo and bo smash tmf.
ORGANIZERS: V. Bogdan (Catholic University), P. Kainen (Georgetown University), R. Kalpathy (Catholic University), and A. Levin (Catholic University).