FRG: Collaborative Research: Trace Methods and Applications for Cut-and-Paste K-Theory

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The recent advances by Campbell and Zakharevich on the K-theory of assemblers open up new opportunities for applying K-theory to categories that haven't "been entitled" to K-theory of before. Because of its centrality and opacity, there have been varied approaches developed to study more classical algebraic K-theory and these should have analogs in the newer version of K-theory. The goal of this FRG is to bring together experts across these approaches to significantly expedite the development of tools to study these new approaches to K-theory.
Effective start/end date7/1/216/30/25


  • National Science Foundation: $158,033.00


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