Curriculum vitae (March 2015)

Mail:Prof. J.P.C.Greenlees, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield, Hicks Building, Sheffield, S3 7RH. UK.Phone:(0114)-222-3786 (direct)(0114)-222-3801 (departmental office)Fax:(0114)-222-3809Email:j.greenlees at sheffield.ac.uk

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- Sheffield Pure Mathematics

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- MathSciNet Search

- Transpennine Topology
Triangle: the LMS supported topology seminar with vertices at Leicester
Manchester and Sheffield

- Andy Baker's British
Topology Homepage

Interests: Algebraic topology, especially stable homotopy theory and equivariant topology. Related commutative algebra and representation theory.

- List of publications (Updated 12/4/16)
(.pdf)

- Preprints (for recent preprints, check the arXiv)
- MathSciNet
Homepage

- MathSciNet
Search

- Bob Bruner's answer
- Neil Strickland's answer
- My answer should eventually be available.

- UK mathematics departments
(Heriot-Watt)

### Editorial links

I am an editorial adviser for- Algebra and applications

- Algebraic and Geometric
Topology (AGT)

- Homology, Homotopy and
Applications (HHA)

- Southeast
Asian Bulletin of Mathematics

- Topology and its
Applications

### My mathematical relatives

- Brief
biography of J.F. Adams

- Students of J.F.Adams

- The mathematics
genealogy project (extensive but incomplete information)

### Other mathematical links

- LMS Homepage

- AMS e-MATH Home Page

- Don Davis's Algebraic
Topology Discussion List

- Commutative algebra website

- Zentralblatt

- The
KnotPlot site

- Electronic
journals

- MATH Database 1931-1996

- Bangor Symbolic Sculpture
and Mathematics

- Atlas of Finite Group
Representations

- Magma
System for Algebra, Number Theory and Geometry

- Ken
Monks's Steenrod algebra program

- Cocoa

- Wallpaper
Groups

- CTI Mathematics

### Old conference links

- New Contexts in Stable
Homotopy, Newton Institute, Cambridge September-December
2002

Workshops:- Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory (NATO Advanced Study Institute) (incorporates workshop on Axiomatic and enriched homotopy theory and workshop on Homtopy Theory of geometric categories.)
- K theory and arithmetic
- Elliptic and chromatic phenomena (EU Workshop)

- MSRI
Commutative algebra emphasis year 2002-2003 (yes, parts of it are
topology!)

- Sheffield Homotopy
Miniconference (SHM1), 30th May-1st June 1997
- The Second Sheffield Homotopy Miniconference (SHM2) 20-21 January 2001
- Third Sheffield Homotopy Miniconference, 11-14 January 2006
- Homotopy methods in
algebraic Topology: Summer 1999

- ICMS Workshop "The Kervaire invariant and stable homotopy theory" (April 25-29 2011)
- Fourth Sheffield Homotopy Miniconference (SHM4), 20-22 January 2012
- MSRI
Algebraic topology (February-May 2014)

- IRTATCA programme at the CRM, Barcelona (Febuary-May 2015)
- Homotopy theory, manifolds and field theories programme (May-August 2015) at HIM, Bonn

### Spring 2015

This was a special time!- I was a Simons Visiting Researcher at the Centre de Recerca Mathematica (CRM), Barcelona for April 2015 during the IRTATCA programme
- I was a Research Visitor in the HIM, Bonn for May-August 2015 as part of the Homotopy theory, manifolds and field theories programme
- Previously, in 2014 I was a Research Professor at MSRI, Berkeley
- I still hope to continue my series of B-associations in the future!

### Some pictures

Here are a few pictures I haven't got round to moving somewhere sensible here

### Other Links

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maps

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(DB)

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handbook

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- Sheffield University Library

- Algebra and applications