From Quadratic Forms to Motivic Cohomologies | BIMSA Member Seminar

Time:2024-01-29 Mon 17:00-17:45

Venue:A6-1 ZOOM: 388 528 9728(PW: BIMSA)

Organizer:Yuval Peres, Artan Sheshmani, Hossein Yavartanoo

Speaker:Nanjun Yang BIMSA

Speaker Intro

Nanjun Yang got his doctor and master degree in University of Grenoble-Alpes, advised by Jean Fasel, and bachelor degree in Beihang University. Currently he is a assistant researcher in BIMSA. His research interests are motivic cohomology and Chow-Witt ring. He proposed the theory of split Milnor-Witt motives, which applies to the computation of the Chow-Witt ring of fiber bundles. The corresponding results have been published independently on journals such as Camb. J. Math and Doc. Math.

DATEJanuary 29, 2024
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