Interactive Research Center of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology,

Graduate School of Mathemtaical Sciences, the University of Tokyo.

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Interactive Research Center of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology,

Graduate School of Mathemtaical Sciences, the University of Tokyo.

Aravind Asok (USC)

Daniel Grayson (Illinois)

Jean Fasel (Muenchen)

Florian Ivorra (Rennes)

Rob de Jeu (Amsterdam)

Shane Kelly (TITech)

Matthew Morrow (Hausdorff Center Bonn)

Jinhyun Park (KAIST)

Gereon Quick (Muenster)

Oliver Roendigs (Osnabrueck)

Andreas Rosenschon (Muenchen)

Joe Ross (USC)

Shuji Saito (TITech)

Marco Schlichting (Warwick)

Markus Spitzweck (Osnabrueck)

Sinan Unver (Instanbul)

Jo"rg Wildeshaus (Universite' Paris 13)

Tako Yamazaki (Tohoku University)

Takehiko Yasuda (Ohsaka University)

Inna Zakharevich (IAS)

Interactive Research Center of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology,

Graduate School of Mathemtaical Sciences, the University of Tokyo, Leading Graduate Course for Frontiers of Mathematical Sciences and Physics

JSPS Grant-in-aid (B) #23340001 representative Tomohide Terasoma,

JSPS Grant-in-aid (B) #30571963 representative Thomas Geisser,

JSPS Grant-in-aid (B) #23340016 representative Lars Hesselholt.

JSPS Grant-in-aid (S) #22224001 representative Shigeyuki Kondo.

9:15-10:15 Rosenschon, "Etale motivic cohomology and algebraic cycles."

10:30-11:30 Schlichting, "The Grayson Spectral Sequence for Grothendieck-Witt groups."

13:30-14:25 Fasel, "A^1-homotopic classification of vector bundles I."

14:35-15:30 Spitzweck, "Triangulated Categories of Motives I."

9:30-10:30 Yasuda, "Quotient singularities and local Galois representations."

10:45-11:45 Ross, "Intersection theory on singular varieties."

14:00-15:00 Ivorra, "Motives of rigid analytic tubes and nearby motivic sheaves."

15:30-16:30 Spitzweck, "Triangulated Categories of Motives II."

16:45-17:45 Fasel, "A^1-homotopic classification of vector bundles II."

18:30-20:30: Reception

9:00-10:00 Yamazaki, "Reciprocity sheaves: towards non-homotopy invariant motive theory."

10:15-11:15 Saito, "Relative motivic complexes with moduli."

11:30-12:30 Quick, "Some applications of homotopy theory in algebraic geometry."

Free afternoon

9:30-10:30 Park, "Algebraic cycles and crystalline cohomology."

10:45-11:45 Zakharevich, "On the Grothendieck spectrum of varieties."

14:00-15:00 Morrow, "Infinitesimal deformation of cycles in finite characteristic."

15:30-16:30 de Jeu, "The syntomic regulator for K_4 of curves ."

16:45-17:45 Unver, "Cyclotomic p-adic multi-zeta values."

9:30-10:30 Asok, "Unstable A^1-homotopy sheaves of spheres."

10:45-11:45 Kelly, "Proper descent for homotopy invariant K-theory."

14:00-15:00 Wildeshaus, "Weights and conservativity."

15:30-16:30 Roendigs, "Some comments on the Grothendieck ring of varieties."

16:45-17:45 Grayson, "An elementary approach to long exact sequences in algebraic K-theory."

You will need some cash, because credit cards are not as commonly used. But you can exchange money at the airport.

Here's a description how to get from the airport to the faculty house:

Don't even think of taking a taxi, the airport is about 70km from the guest house. There are convenient buses and trains, and they cost 3000Yen per person. When you leave the customs at Narita, you are in a hall where you can buy bus or train tickets, and the staff will tell you where to board the bus or train. Everything will be explained, punctual and well-organized, so relax.

Bus: The fastest way is to take a direct bus to SHIBUYA (it has two stops, take the second and last one: Shibuya Excel hotel). Then you just have to walk down two floors to the local train you need to take, see below, or take a taxi for about 1000Yen. There are buses at

13:05, 14:05, 15:05, 15:30, 16:05, 16:30, 17:05, 17:30,18:05, 20:05, 21:05.

It should work for most of you.

Train: There is a direct train to Shibuya, Narita express. There are trains at

16:15, 16:45, 17:14, 18:14, 18:46, and 19:13.

A cheaper and faster alternative is Keisei Skyliner, which also has more trains and different hours. The disadvantage is that you have to change trains one more time: Take Keisei Skyliner to Nippori, change to JR Yamenotesen, and then go to Shibuya.

After arriving in Shibuya: You have to find

INOKASHIRASEN (i.e. inokashira-line).

The good news is that it's the terminal station, so you cannot go the wrong direction. The bad news is that there at least 9 different lines meeting in Shibuya. If you took the bus, just take the stairs down, if you took the train, follow the signs or ask someone.

After you find the entrance, buy the cheapest ticket for 120 Yen at a ticket vending machine (which have an English menue). Enter through the gate, and board a train. DO NOT board an express train. The trains run every 10 minutes, so no need to hurry. On the local train, take the second stop:

KOMABATODAIMAE

Take the east exit (where you have to walk up stairs), exit the ticket gate turn left and walk down the stairs. You should be in front of the main gate of Tokyo University. Turn left at the gate, walk about 150m until you reach a french restaurant. The entrance to the guest house is on the right back of the building. Once you are on campus, you could also ask the officers at the main gate for help.