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- University of British Columbia
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The last 10 years have brought a burst of activity at the intersection of algebraic topology, number theory and algebraic geometry. This has led to a wealth of: New theorems, such as Ellenbergâ€“Venkateshâ€“Westerlandâ€™s breakthrough results on the Cohenâ€“Lenstra heuristics for function fields; New sources of heuristics in topology, such as Vakilâ€“Woodâ€™s predictions from the Grothendieck ring, or the notion and coincidences of homological densities as in Farbâ€“ Wolfsonâ€“Wood; Refinements of classical enumerative theorems using modern topological tools, such as Kassâ€“Wickelgrenâ€™s arithmetic count of the 27 lines on a cubic surface; and A renewed focus on unstable homology, as in Galatiusâ€“Kupersâ€“Randal-Williams and Millerâ€“Wilson. We believe that these results are just the beginning of the emerging area of arithmetic topology.
This 5 day workshop will bring together junior and senior researchers from across these areas with the goal of:
Giving participants a global view of a fast emerging and multidisciplinary area, Giving participants a detailed awareness on the range of methods available, and Emerging with a robust problem list which can help guide activity in the area for the next 5-10 years.
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