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@ 2023-09-10 14:24 'EMILY Riehl' via Homotopy Type Theory
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From: 'EMILY Riehl' via Homotopy Type Theory @ 2023-09-10 14:24 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Dear all,

On behalf of the organizers, we are pleased to announce the Fall 2023 lineup for the Homotopy Type Theory Electronic Seminar Talks (HoTTEST). The speakers are:

October 5: Nikolai Kudasov 
October 19: Felix Cherubini
November 2: Elisabeth Bonnevier
November 16: David Wärn
November 30: Ingo Blechschmidt
December 14: David Jaz Myers

The seminar will meet on alternating Thursdays at 11:30 Eastern Time. For the first three meetings of the seminar this means Eastern Daylight Time (11:30 EDT = 15:30 UTC), while for the final three meetings this means Eastern Standard Time (11:30 EST = 16:30 UTC).

For updates and instructions how to attend, please see


Title and abstracts will be announced shortly before each talk on the hott-electronic-seminar-talks list. Please join if you'd like to receive those announcements.


All best,
Carlo Angiuli,
Dan Christensen,
Chris Kapulkin.
Emily Riehl

Professor of Mathematics (she/her)
Johns Hopkins University

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