Reading Seminar on Strict Polynomial Functors

The goal is to understand Touzé's work, Koszul duality and derivatives of non-additive functors, and some of the ideas involved. Morally, this reading seminar is a continuation of Bad Driburg Summer School.


The talks are held usually on Fridays with variable time and place (depending on the BIREP seminar), either in our Common Room V5-227 or at the same venue as the seminar (usually V2-213, with exceptions). They are announced on the BIREP mailing list.

Friday, 28 October 2011
13:15-14:15V2-213,Greg Stevenson:Strict polynomial functors and Friedlander-Suslin's theorem
Friday, 4 November 2011
13:15-14:15V2-213,Reiner Hermann:Koszul duality
Friday, 18 November 2011
10:15-11:15V2-213,Ivo Dell'Ambrogio:Dold-Puppe derived functors
Friday, 25 November 2011
13:15-14:15C0-269,Philipp Lampe:Main results of Touzé's article
Friday, 9 December 2011
10:15-11:15V5-227,Nils Mahrt:The Ringel dual
Friday, 27 January 2012
13:15-14:15V2-213,Henning Krause:Strict polynomial functors and Ringel duality I
Friday, 10 February 2012
13:15-14:15U2-205,Henning Krause:Strict polynomial functors and Ringel duality II