# Saul Glasman's former website

This is my old website from
my time at the University of Minnesota. I have since relocated to the
Washington, DC area, where I'm seeking non-academic employment. Here is my up-to-date professional CV.

I'm Saul Glasman, previously a Dunham Jackson assistant professor at the University of Minnesota.

I'm interested in the arithmetic of -rings,
chromatic homotopy theory, equivariant stable homotopy theory,
algebraic K-theory, higher category theory, and how all this relates to
p-adic geometry and special values of L-functions.

### Current courses:

In spring 2018, I taught Math 4242, applied linear algebra.

From summer 2011 to summer 2015, I was involved in organizing the Talbot workshop, a pioneering retreat and intensive workshop for early-career topologists.

I used to run the Juvitop
seminar at MIT, a topology topics seminar for grad students. The
archive of talk schedules from the years I ran it, including some notes
and videos, can be found here.

### Papers:

Categorifying rationalization, with Clark Barwick, Marc Hoyois, Denis Nardin and Jay Shah. October 2016.

Goodwillie calculus and Mackey functors. October 2016.

Parametrized higher category theory and higher algebra: Exposé I -- Elements of parametrized higher category theory, with Clark Barwick, Emanuele Dotto, Denis Nardin and Jay Shah. August 2016.

Parametrized higher category theory and higher algebra: A general introduction, with Clark Barwick, Emanuele Dotto, Denis Nardin and Jay Shah. August 2016.

On the fiberwise effective Burnside infinity-category, with Clark Barwick. July 2016.

A note on stable recollements, with Clark Barwick. July 2016.

Cyclonic spectra, cyclotomic spectra, and a conjecture of Kaledin, with Clark Barwick. February 2016.

Stratified categories, geometric fixed points and a generalized Arone-Ching theorem. July 2015.

Spectral Mackey functors and equivariant algebraic K-theory, II, with Clark Barwick and Jay Shah. May 2015.

A note on commutative algebras and their modules in quasicategories. September 2014.

Dualizing cartesian and cocartesian fibrations, with Clark Barwick and Denis Nardin. September 2014, accepted at *Theory and Applications of Categories*.

A spectrum-level Hodge filtration on topological Hochschild homology. Selecta Mathematica, 22(3), 1583-1612.

Day convolution for infinity-categories. Mathematical Research Letters 23.5, 1369-1385.

### Other writings:

I wrote a post on L-functions and K-theory for the lovely community blog Chromotopy.

### Contact details:

535 Vincent Hall, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN 55455

Email: sglasman@umn.edu