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George Raptis (Universität Regensburg): Bivariant theories, cobordism categories, A-theory, h-cobordisms. (Oberseminar Topologie)

Montag, 09.12.2019 14:00 im Raum SRZ 216
Mathematik und Informatik

I will discuss an approach to the Dwyer-Weiss-Williams index theorems for topological and for smooth manifold bundles, which is based on a formalism for bivariant theories and known results about cobordism categories. In the smooth case, the theorem implies that a canonical transformation from stable homotopy to the algebraic K-theory of spaces is natural with respect to transfer maps. I will then present some results on the analogous question for Waldhausen's splitting map from the algebraic K-theory of spaces to stable homotopy. This splitting map gives a splitting of the algebraic K-theory of spaces into stable homotopy and the Diff-Whitehead space. If time permits, I will present some results on the homotopy type of the h-cobordism category and discuss its connection with the Diff-Whitehead space. (This is joint work with W. Steimle.)



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Oberseminar Differentialgeometrie: Manuel Amann (Augsburg): Non-negatively curved vector bundles over cohomogeneity one manifolds

Montag, 09.12.2019 16:15 im Raum SR4
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Mittagsseminar: Christoph Böhm (Münster): Zwei algebraische Probleme aus der Differentialgeometrie

Dienstag, 10.12.2019 10:15 im Raum SR 1C
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Yair Hartman (Ben Gurion University): Stationary C*-dynamical systems. Oberseminar C*-Algebren.

Dienstag, 10.12.2019 15:15 im Raum SRZ 216
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We introduce the notion of stationary actions in the context of C*-algebras, and prove a new characterization of C*-simplicity in terms of unique stationarity of the canonical trace. This ergodic theoretical characterization provides an intrinsic understanding for the relation between C*-simplicity and the unique trace property, and provides a framework in which C*-simplicity and random walks interact.
Joint work with Mehrdad Kalantar.



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Oberseminar p-adische Arithmetik: Shanxiao Huang: Effectivity of deformation rings

Dienstag, 10.12.2019 16:15 im Raum SR 1C
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Oberseminar Riemann surfaces and topological recursion: Jörg Schürmann: Introduction to Riemann surfaces, part II

Mittwoch, 11.12.2019 16:15 im Raum M6
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Pascal Maillard, Toulouse: Branching random walks in heterogeneous environments (Oberseminar Mathematische Stochastik)

Mittwoch, 11.12.2019 17:00 im Raum SRZ 117
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Branching random walks are systems of particles which branch and diffuse randomly. They arise in many different contexts such as population models, disordered systems in statistical physics or reaction-diffusion equations. We speak of a heterogeneous environment if the reproduction or the motion of the particles depends on space and/or time on a macroscopic scale. This extra freedom is useful from a modelling perspective, moreover, these models exhibit a much wider range of behaviour than the classical branching random walk. In this talk, I will review their basic properties and present two recent results. The first concerns the efficiency of algorithms for finding low-energy states in Derrida?s continuous random energy model, a Gaussian branching random walk with time-dependent variance. The second concerns the speed of propagation of branching random walks with local selection in heterogenous environment. Based on joint work with (first) Louigi Addario-Berry and (second) Gaël Raoul and Julie Tourniaire.



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Javier de la Nuez (University of the Basque Country): Minimality results for automorphism groups of homogeneous structures

Donnerstag, 12.12.2019 11:00 im Raum SR 1D
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Any group G of permutations can be endowed with the so called standard topology, the group topology in which a system of neighbourhoods of the identity consists of the collection of all fix-point stabilizers of finite sets and in case G is the automorphism group of a countable structure M it is a Polish group topology. For certain classes of highly homogeneous M such as the random graph or the dense linear order this yields interesting examples of Polish groups with remarkable dynamical properties. Here we take a look at the question of minimality, i.e. of whether there are no Hausdorff group topologies on G strictly coarser than the standard topology. We present a couple of new minimality results in case M is the Fraïssé limit of a class with free amalgamation, as well as for the isometry group of the Urysohn space with the point-wise convergence topology. (Joint work with Zaniar Ghadernezhad)



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