Algebraic K- and L-Theory of Infinite Groups

Edinburgh, 27 June - 1 July 2005

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Andrew Ranicki
Ian Hambleton

The algebraic K- and L-theory of infinite groups combines advanced algebraic and geometric methods to compute algebraic structures which have applications both in the topology of manifolds and in the geometry of groups. The object of the meeting is to bring together topologists and algebraists working in these areas, so that they can learn from each other. The programme will consist of approximately 15 invited 45 minute talks, starting on the morning of Monday, 27 June and finishing on the afternoon of Friday, 1 July.

Numbers of participants are limited. Anyone interested in attending should contact Andrew Ranicki who will issue an invitation if space permits. Invited participants may register for the meeting using the online form (available from the 'Arrangements' page).

Some financial support is available for certain categories of participant. (See here for details.)

Administrative contact: enquiries@icms.org.uk

This meeting's pages last updated 14 December 2004

This workshop is made possible by grants awarded to ICMS from EPSRC Mathematical Sciences Programme, the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council and the London Mathematical Society.

The meeting is also supported by the Edinburgh node of the EU RTN Network HPRN-CT-2002-00287.
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