Update:

The Abstracts for the lectures are now available.

Exercise Sheets for the lectures are available here: Rational Homotopy Theory, Operads (1, 2), String Topology and the Deligne Conjecture .

Aaron Mazel-Gee's Website which has a lot of the scripts of the lectures is Here

The slides for the lectures by Cohen (1, 2) and Loday (4) are also available now.

Exercise Sheets for the lectures are available here: Rational Homotopy Theory, Operads (1, 2), String Topology and the Deligne Conjecture .

Aaron Mazel-Gee's Website which has a lot of the scripts of the lectures is Here

The slides for the lectures by Cohen (1, 2) and Loday (4) are also available now.

The speakers for the main lecture series are:

First part:

(introductory)

(introductory)

Jean-Louis Loday - Operads

Kathryn Hess - Rational Homotopy Theory

Marco Manetti - Lie Theory

Lennart Meier & Irakli Patchkoria - Model Categories

Kathryn Hess - Rational Homotopy Theory

Marco Manetti - Lie Theory

Lennart Meier & Irakli Patchkoria - Model Categories

Second part:

James McClure - The Deligne Conjecture

Bruno Vallette - Homotopical Algebra with Operads

Stefan Schwede - Triangulated Categories

Ralph Cohen - String Topology

Bruno Vallette - Homotopical Algebra with Operads

Stefan Schwede - Triangulated Categories

Ralph Cohen - String Topology

In addition there will be singular lectures on related research topics.

Jean-Louis Loday - Products of A-infinity Algebras

Kathryn Hess - New Proof of Deligne's Conjecture

Alexander Berglund - Minimal Koszul Models

Marcy Robertson - Model Structures for Operads

Constanze Roitzheim - Derived A-Infinity Algebras

Kathryn Hess - New Proof of Deligne's Conjecture

Alexander Berglund - Minimal Koszul Models

Marcy Robertson - Model Structures for Operads

Constanze Roitzheim - Derived A-Infinity Algebras

The school is split into two parts, the first 3-4 days are more introductory and aimed mainly at advanced master- or beginning PhD-student level. There will be a strong focus on examples useful for the program of the second half.

Advanced participants are of course welcome for the introductory part, but should also feel free to join in on Monday for the second half of the school.