Derivators
Summer School, August 1822, 2014, Freiburg
Program

Introduction to the formalism of derivators. This is built on work of Grothendieck, Heller and others and is a powerful and elegant approach to homological algebra, and homotopy theory, encompassing triangulated categories and derived functors.
 Morning lectures by Moritz Groth, Fritz Hörmann and George Raptis, along with daily exercise and discussion sessions in the afternoon.
 A detailed program can be found here.
 Poster.
Speakers
 Moritz Groth

Fritz Hörmann
Lecture notes can be found here here  George Raptis
Location and timetable
 Reception will be on Monday, August 18th at 8:30 am in room 331.
 The lectures will take place in room 404.
 Timetable:
Monday, 18.8.2014 9:1511:00 Fritz Hörmann: Homotopy Limits and Colimits in Nature I 11:0011:30 Coffee Break 11:3013:15 Moritz Groth: Derivators and Canonical Triangulations I 16:0016:45 Exercise session Fritz Hörmann (optional) 17:0017:45 Exercise session Moritz Groth (optional) Tuesday, 19.8.2014 9:1511:00 Fritz Hörmann: Homotopy Limits and Colimits in Nature II 11:0011:30 Coffee Break 11:3013:15 Moritz Groth: Derivators and Canonical Triangulations II 16:0016:45 Exercise session Fritz Hörmann (optional) 17:0017:45 Exercise session Moritz Groth (optional) Wednesday, 20.8.2014 9:1511:00 Fritz Hörmann: Homotopy Limits and Colimits in Nature III 11:0011:30 Coffee Break 11:3013:15 George Raptis: Derivators and Ktheory I 16:30 Hiking and Conference Dinner Thursday, 21.8.2014 9:1511:00 Moritz Groth: Derivators and Canonical Triangulations III 11:0011:30 Coffee Break 11:3013:15 George Raptis: Derivators and Ktheory II 15:0016:45 Fritz Hörmann: Fibered Derivators, (Co)homological descent and Grothendieck's six functors 17:0017:45 Exercise session George Raptis (optional) Friday, 22.8.2014 9:1511:00 Moritz Groth: Derivators in Representation theory 11:0011:30 Coffee Break 11:3013:15 George Raptis: Derivators and Ktheory III
Practical Information
Registration and funding
 Please send an informal email to Ms. Gabriele Bogner, gk1821 derivator@math.unifreiburg.de, to enroll. We would appreciate if you contacted Ms. Bogner by July 15, 2014.
 As a general rule, you are supposed to arrive with your own funding, but there are also some limited funds available to support participants.
Accommodation and transportation
 For a description how to reach the institute, see here.
 For information about public transportation in Freiburg, see here.
 Ms. Bogner will be pleased to help arrange accommodation, although you will have to book on your own. Some rooms have been reserved in local hotels: Hotel Helene , City Hotel , Apart Hotel Freiburg
Participants
 Arkhipov, Sergey
 Beck, Florian
 Becker, Hanno
 Beckert, Falk
 Loregian, Fosco
 Gagna, Andrea
 Gallauer, Martin
 Guliyev, Zaur
 Harris, Tom
 Lam, SiuPor
 Mamouni, Mylsmail
 Nguyen, Kim
 Peternell, Natalie
 Posur, Sebastian
 Ræder, Truls Bakkejord
 Rottmaier, Michael
 Scheidegger, Emanuell
 Schnürer, Olaf
 Sitte, Tobias
 Thomas, Sebastian
 Weinberger, Jonathan
 Weidner, Jan
 Wellen, Felix
 Yusufzai, Adeel Khan