University of Pennsylvania, MATH 7020, Fall 2022.

Topics in Algebra: Algebraic K-theory and Algebraic Cycles

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This course is designed to be an advanced graduate topics course in algebra and algebraic geometry, and will focus on interactions between K-theory and algebraic cycles.

Sources for Algebraic cycles:

- Intersection Theory (W. Fulton)
- Correspondences, Motifs and Monoidal Tranformations (Y. Manin)

Sources for K-theory:

- Introduction to Algebraic K-Theory (J. Milnor)
- Lectures on the K-Functor in Algebraic Geometry (Y. Manin)
- Algebraic K-Theory (V. Srinivas)
- The K-book: an introduction to algebraic K-theory (C. Weibel)

- Instructor
- Danny Krashen
- dkrashen@upenn.edu
- Office
- DRL 3E6
- Office Hour/Coffee Hour
- Tuesdays 5:10-6pm