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August 31, 2010

Categorification in Portugal

Posted by John Baez

Jeffrey Morton has gotten married!

And he’s moved to Portugal, where he’s taken a job at the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon. This is a center for work in categorification, thanks in large part to Roger Picken, who with Joao Faria Martins has recently been studying connections on 2-bundles and 3-bundles.

Check out his latest blog entry:

You’ll see pictures of Lisbon, as well as descriptions of talks from the XIXth Oporto meeting, given by Rafael Diaz, Yazuyoshi Yonezawa, Aleksandar Mikovic, Aaron Lauda, Sabin Cautis, Catharina Stroppel, Ben Webster, and Dylan Thurston.

Posted at August 31, 2010 8:23 AM UTC

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