Condensed Mathematics and K-Theory
February 27 at 9:00 – March 1 at 17:00 CET
In the last decade, the systematic study of continuous and analytic K-theory of non archimedean rings and spaces led to several groundbreaking results in algebraic K-theory. On the other hand, the existing definitions and constructions of the K-theory of non archimedean rings are unsatisfying from a conceptual point of view. A promising new approach is to use the language of condensed mathematics.
The goal of this mini-workshop is to bring together researchers working in K-theory, condensed mathematics, or related fields with the goal of exchanging ideas and identifying open questions for future research.