Speaker:

Ian Coley (University of California - Los Ángeles)

Email:

`iacoley@math.ucla.edu`

Location:

Departamento de Álgebra

Date:

Mon, 10 jul 2017 12:00

Bio:

Ian Coley is a Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics at UCLA

The theory of derivators began as a way to provide some extra structure to triangulated categories. Current research in the field has moved past these beginnings, but the triangulated setting is a good starting point to understand how derivators are "better" than the category by itself. In this talk, I will give an introduction to the theory of (triangulated) derivators, some key examples, and (time allowing) give some reasons to pick derivators over dg-categories or (infty,1)-categories.