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