Stability in Topology, Arithmetic, and Representation Theory 2022

General Information

This is a hybrid conference. It will take place in-person at Purdue University. Participants are encouraged to come to Purdue. Some talks will be given via Zoom and projected in the lecture hall. The conference will be streamed via Zoom. Please email one of the organizers if you would like to be added to a mailing list to receive updates (e.g. the Zoom link) about this conference.

Time and Place

March 26 and 27, 2022 at Purdue University. The room for the conference is RAWL 2070. This is in Rawls Hall, 100 S Grant St, West Lafayette, IN 47907.


Hannah Alpert (Auburn)
Calista Bernard* (Minnesota)
Christin Bibby* (LSU)
Nir Gadish (Michigan)
Claudio Gómez-Gonzáles* (Carlton)
Zachary Himes (Purdue)
Sophie Kriz* (Michigan)
Aaron Landesman (Harvard)
Daniel Litt (Georgia)
Aida Maraj* (Michigan)
Uwe Nagel* (Kentucky)
Andrew Snowden (Michigan)
Mark Shusterman* (Harvard)
Philip Tosteson (Chicago)
Bena Tshishiku (Brown)
Nicholas Wawrykow (Michigan)
Jennifer Wilson (Michigan)
* talk given remotely (all talks will be broadcasted via Zoom)

Schedule and Abstracts

Abstracts can be found in this [PDF].




Andrew Snowden
Oligomorphic groups and tensor categories.

Aaron Landesman
Geometric local systems on very general curves


Daniel Litt
Hodge theory of mapping class group dynamics



10:00-10:10 Hannah Alpert
Concatenation product on homology of disks in a strip.


Mark Shusterman
Finding G-extensions of a function field with minimal ramification

Calista Bernard
Twisted homology operations for E_2-algebras


Sophie Kriz
On representation stability of symmetric groups in positive characteristic.

Phil Tosteson
Homological stability and curves on del-Pezzo surfaces


Zachary Himes
On (not) the rational dualizing module for Aut(F_n).



Bena Tshishiku
Counting flat cycles in the homology of locally symmetric spaces

Uwe Nagel
Asymptotic Stabilization in Sequences of Ideals and Modules


Christin Bibby
Homology representations of compactified configurations on graphs applied to moduli spaces of curves

Aida Maraj
Infinitely dimensional algebras, shift operators, and Segre languages.

Coffee break



Claudio Gómez-Gonzáles
The moduli space of linear systems on P^1.


Nicholas Wawrykow
Decomposing the rational homology groups of the ordered configuration space of n hard-disks on an infinite strip of width 2 into induced S_n-representations.

Nir Gadish
From configurations on graphs to cohomology of M_{2,n}


Jennifer Wilson
Rognes’ connectivity conjecture

Organized by

Jeremy Miller (Purdue University), Peter Patzt (University of Oklahoma), and Andrew Putman (University of Notre Dame)