WIT Proceedings



The proceedings volume for the second WIT workshop, held at the Banff International Research Station in April 2016 is:

Women in Topology II: Further collaborations in homotopy theory, Topology and its Applications, special issue (2018).

The papers in this collection are the following:

Derived A-infinity algebras and their homotopies
Joana Cirici, Daniela Egas Santander, Muriel Livernet, Sarah Whitehouse

Relative Loday constructions and applications to higher THH-calculations
Gemma Halliwell, Eva Höning, Ayelet Lindenstrauss, Birgit Richter, Inna Zakharevich

Motivic homotopical Galois extensions
Agnès Beaudry, Kathryn Hess, Magdalena Kȩdziorek, Mona Merling, Vesna Stojanoska

A homotopy theoretical generalisation of the Bestvina–Brady construction
Jelena Grbić, Michele Intermont, Isabelle Laude, Elizabeth Vidaurre

Computational tools for topological coHochschild homology
Anna Marie Bohmann, Teena Gerhardt, Amalie Høgenhaven, Brooke Shipley, Stephanie Ziegenhagen

2-Segal sets and the Waldhausen construction
Julia E. Bergner, Angélica M. Osorno, Viktoriya Ozornova, Martina Rovelli, Claudia I. Scheimbauer

Directional derivatives and higher order chain rules for abelian functor calculus
Kristine Bauer, Brenda Johnson, Christina Osborne, Emily Riehl, Amelia Tebbe

Inverting operations in operads
Maria Basterra, Irina Bobkova, Kate Ponto, Ulrike Tillmann, Sarah Yeakel


The proceedings of the first WIT workshop, held at the Banff International Research Station in August 2013, is:

Women in Topology: Collaborations in Homotopy TheoryAMS Contemporary Mathematics Series, Vol. 641 (2015).

Papers in this collection include the following:

Representations of derived A-infinity algebras
Camil I. Aponte Román, Muriel Livernet, Marcy Robertson, Sarah Whitehouse and Stephanie Ziegenhagen [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

Unbased calculus for functors to chain complexes
Maria Basterra, Kristine Bauer, Agnès Beaudry, Rosona Eldred, Brenda Johnson, Mona Merling and Sarah Yeakel [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

• Left-induced model structures and diagram categories
Marzieh Bayeh, Kathryn Hess, Varvara Karpova, Magdalena Kȩdziorek, Emily Riehl and Brooke Shipley [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

• Fixed points of p-toral groups acting on partition complexes
Julia E. Bergner, Ruth Joachimi, Kathryn Lesh, Vesna Stojanoska and Kirsten Wickelgren [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

• On the higher topological Hochschild homology of 𝔽p and commutative 𝔽p-group algebras
Irina Bobkova, Ayelet Lindenstrauss, Kate Poirier, Birgit Richter and Inna Zakharevich [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

• A model structure on GCat
Anna Marie Bohmann, Kristen Mazur, Angélica M. Osorno, Viktoriya Ozornova, Kate Ponto and Carolyn Yarnall [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]

• Orbispaces and their mapping spaces via groupoids: a categorical approach
Vesta Coufal, Dorette Pronk, Carmen Rovi, Laura Scull and Courtney Thatcher [MathSciNet] [ArXiv]