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Introduction to Flow Categories (Part I)

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Floer homotopy theory proposes to attach a stable homotopy type to the geometric data arising from some version of Floer homology. A crucial ingredient in doing so is the concept of “flow category”.

This first (of two) talk will serve as a friendly introduction to stable homotopy theory. I will explain the use of spectra in understanding generalized cohomology theories and also describe the Pontryagin—Thom construction, which will play an important role in the next talk.

This talk is part of the A-side seminar series.

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