Moritz Rahn (former surname: Groth)


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May 2018, University of Regensburg, Germany:
TBA

April 2018, PSSL 103 Brno, University of Brno, Czech Republic:
Higher symmetries in stable homotopy theories

September 2017, University of Strasbourg, France:
Abstract representation theory

September 2017, University of Leicester, England, 32nd British Topology Meeting:
Abstract representation theory

March 2017, University of Melbourne, Australia:
A Galois correspondence for abstract homotopy theories

February 2017, MPIM, Germany:
Conference Young researchers in homotopy theory and categorical structures: A Galois correspondence for abstract homotopy theories

November 2016, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland:
Towards an abstract stabilization theory

November 2016, University of Münster, Germany:
Colloquium talk, Grothendieck derivators: taking (derived) limits serious

October 2016, University of Mainz, Germany:
SFB/TRR45 colloquium, talk 'Some first steps with Grothendieck derivators'

October 2016, Telc, Czech Republic:
Talk 'Stability and dualizability'

August 2016, 31st Summer conference on Topology and its Applications, University of Leicester, UK:
Talk 'Stability and weighted limits'

July 2016, University of Regensburg, Germany:
Talk 'Stability and weighted limits' based on this paper and this preprint.

June 2016, Workshop 'Triangulated categories and Applications', Banff, Canada:
Talk 'Derivators: properties versus structures' based on this, this and this paper (a video can be found here).

June 2016, University of Bielefeld, Germany:
Talk 'Characterizations of abstract stable homotopy theories' based on this paper and this preprint.

June 2016, Workshop 'Homotopical approaches to categories and geometry', Freiburg, Germany:
Talk 'Stability via weighted limits' based on this preprint.

March 2016, conference 'Triangulated categories in algebra, geometry and topology', University of Stuttgart, Germany:
Talk 'Revisiting the stabilization of homotopy theories' based on this preprint

February 2016, University of Bonn:
Talk 'Revisiting the stabilization of homotopy theories' based on this preprint

December 2015, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic:
Talk 'Characterizing stable homotopy theories' based on this preprint.

November 2015, University of Bonn:
Talk on 'An introduction to abstract representation theory' based on this, this, this, and this preprint

November 2015, University of Bonn:
Talk on 'Universal tilting modules via abstract homotopy theory' based on this preprint

August 2015, MPIM, Bonn:
Talk on 'An introduction to Grothendieck derivators' based on this paper

June 2015, University of Lille, France:
Talk on 'Towards abstract representation theory of acyclic quivers' based on this preprint

December 2014, Université Paris Diderot, France:
Talk 'Towards abstract representation theory' based on this, this, and this preprint

November 2014, University of Toulouse, France:
Talk 'Towards abstract representation theory' based on this, this, and this preprint

October 2014, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic:
Talk 'Introduction to ∞-categories' based on A short course on ∞-categories

July 2014, Universität Bielefeld, Germany:
Talk on Abstract representation theory of Dynkin quivers of type A

May 2014, Universität Freiburg, Germany:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory and Tilting theory of trees via stable homotopy theory

May 2014, 21st NRW Topology Meeting, Universität Wuppertal, Germany:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory and Tilting theory of trees via stable homotopy theory

April 2014, Universität Augsburg, Germany:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory and Tilting theory of trees via stable homotopy theory

April 2014, Universität Bielefeld, Germany:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory and Tilting theory of trees via stable homotopy theory

March 2014, University of Sheffield, UK:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators and Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory

February 2014, Universität Regensburg, Germany:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory

January 2014, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory

November 2013, University of Copenhagen, Denmark:
Talk on Tilting theory via stable homotopy theory

July 2013, Young Topologists Meeting, EPFL, Switzerland:
Talk on Universality of multiplicative infinite loop space machines

June 2013, CMS Summer Meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia:
Talk on Universality of multiplicative infinite loop space machines

May 2013, Universität Osnabrück, Germany:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

May 2013, GQT meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

May 2013, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

May 2013, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, Germany:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

April 2013, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

April 2013, University of Notre Dame, Indiana:
Two talks on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators and The additivity of traces in monoidal derivators

April 2013, UC Riverside, Calilfornia:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

April 2013, Stanford University, California:
Talk on The additivity of traces in monoidal derivators

April 2013, UC Berkeley, California:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

March 2013, University of Lille, France:
Talk on The additivity of traces in monoidal derivators

February 2013, University of Copenhagen, Denmark:
Talk on The additivity of traces in monoidal derivators

December 2012, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands:
Talk on The additivity of traces in monoidal derivators

November 2012, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

May 2012, Universität Regensburg, Germany:
Two talks on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

April 2012, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany:
Two talks on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

January 2012, UQAM, Montreal, Canada:
Two talks on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

November 2011, Universität Bielefeld, Germany:
Talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

September 2011, Universität Bonn, Germany:
Thesis defense, 30-minutes talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators and basics on monoidal and enriched derivators

August 2011, Universität Hamburg, Germany, Conference on Structured Ring Spectra:
10-minutes bell-show talk on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators and basics on monoidal and enriched derivators

September 2010, Harvard University, Massachusetts:
Two talks on Derivators, pointed derivators, and stable derivators

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