In this crash course, we will give an introduction to condensed mathematics, focussing on how to work with condensed objects in practice.
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The crash course will not be live streamed, but the two remedial talk will be. If the talks will be recorded, a pointer to the recordings will be made available on this website at a later point.
There will be two remedial talks on Friday, 10th of March.
|10.03, 10:00||Jannek Link||Profinite and extremally disconnected sets (stream)|
|10.03, 14:00||Annette Huber||Ext groups (stream)|
The course consists of 6 talks of 2×45 minutes.
|1||13.03, 10:00||Reid Barton||Condensed sets|
|2||14.03, 10:00||Johan Commelin||Condensed abelian groups and cohomology|
|3||15.03, 10:00||Reid Barton||Locally compact abelian groups|
|4||16.03, 10:00||Johan Commelin||Solid abelian groups|
|5||17.03, 10:00||Reid Barton||Normed homological algebra|
|6||17.03, 14:00||Johan Commelin||The main theorem of liquid vector spaces|
Besides the original Condensed.pdf lecture notes we also recommend the MSc thesis by Dagur Ásgeirsson.
Disclaimer: The following lecture notes are under construction, and not in a polished state.
|1||Condensed sets||0.5||12:48 14.03.23|
|2||Condensed abelian groups||1.1||19:33 15.03.23|