Joachim KockDepartament de MatemàtiquesUniversitat Autònoma de Barcelona 08193 Bellaterra (Barcelona) ESPANYA
Member of the BGSMath |
My main research interests are in Category Theory, Homotopy Theory, and Algebraic Geometry, but I am also interested in structural aspects of Combinatorics, Mathematical Physics, Logic, and Theoretical Computer Science.
Publications Upcoming talks Math pages (not up to date)
2016-12-30: | The paper Decomposition spaces in combinatorics with Imma Gálvez and Andy Tonks is now available. It was originally Section 5 of the long manuscript arXiv:1404.3202. |
2016-12-01: | Short paper (14pp) available: Cospan construction of the graph category of Borisov and Manin, dedicated to Nils Baas for his 70th birthday. Feedback is most welcome. |
2016-10-28: | Michael Batanin, Ralph Kaufmann and Martin Markl have founded a new journal, Higher Structures. I am proud to be a member of the editorial board, and I welcome strong submissions on higher categories and operads. (Instructions for authors can be found on the journal web site.) |
2016-10-13: | Tom Leinster and I join forces to give a BGSMath graduate course on Category Theory in January 2017. |
2016-09-13: | New joint paper with Mark Weber available: Faà di Bruno for operads and internal algebras. Feedback is most welcome. |
2016-03-01: | Short paper (4pp) with David Spivak available: Homotopy composition of cospans. Feedback is most welcome. |
2016-02-21: | The paper Homotopy linear algebra with Imma Gálvez and Andy Tonks is now available. It was originally the appendix of arXiv:1404.3202. |
2016-01-01: | The long manuscript arXiv:1404.3202 with Imma Gálvez and Andy Tonks (182pp) has been split into six papers. The first three are now on the arXiv: |
2015-12-10: | My paper "Polynomial functors and combinatorial Dyson-Schwinger equations" is available. An expository companion paper, "Combinatorial Dyson-Schwinger equations and inductive data types", is also available. Feedback is most welcome on both papers. |
2015-11-01: | My joint work with Michael Batanin and Mark Weber, "Regular patterns, substitudes, Feynman categories and operads", is now on the arXiv. Feedback is most welcome. |
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