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November 20, 2006

Derived Categories in Utah

Posted by Urs Schreiber

Eric Sharpe kindly informs me about the following event.

From June 4-16, 2007, there’ll be an intensive 2-week training session on derived categories:

Derived Categories School in Utah

for visiting grad students & postdocs in math & physics. It’ll be followed by a 1-week research workshop at the Snowbird resort.

Spiral Jetty By Eric Schramm Salt Lake City skyline by Jason Mathis Delicate Arch Albion Basin By Eric Schramm

If you want to get into the mood, try Eric Sharpe’s exposition Derived categories and D-branes.

Posted at November 20, 2006 5:00 PM UTC

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