Angélica M. Osorno

Angélica M. Osorno


Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Reed College
Office: L305
Email: aosorno at reed dot edu

I am on sabbatical during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Nick Gurski, Niles Johnson and I wrote an article for Notices of the AMS outlining our research on the stable homotopy hypothesis.
I do research in algebraic topology. I am particularly interested in higher category theory and its connections with higher K-theory. In 2010, I got my PhD at MIT with Mark Behrens. From 2010 to 2013, I was a postdoc at the University of Chicago working with Peter May.

Teaching

  • Spring 2020: MATH 201 - Linear Algebra
  • Spring 2019: MATH 201 - Linear Algebra
  • Fall 2018: MATH 113 - Discrete Structures
  • Fall 2018: MATH 341 - Topics in Geometry
  • Spring 2018: MATH 201 - Linear Algebra
  • Spring 2018: MATH 342 - Topology
  • Fall 2017: MATH 201 - Linear Algebra
  • Fall 2017: MATH 412 - Topics in Algebra: Representation Theory
  • Spring 2016: MATH 212 - Multivariable Calculus II
  • Fall 2015: MATH 211 - Multivariable Calculus I
  • Fall 2015: MATH 331 - Linear Algebra
  • Spring 2015: MATH 112 - Intro to Analysis
  • Spring 2015: MATH 342 - Topology
  • Fall 2014: MATH 111 - Calculus
  • Fall 2014: MATH 211 - Multivariable Calculus I
  • Fall 2013: MATH 111 - Calculus

  • Publications

    Preprints:

    Research publications:

    Other publications:


    Talks

  • 2-categorical opfibrations, Quillen's Theorem B, and S-1S, Higher Homotopical Structures Opening Workshop, CRM, February 2021.
  • Transfer Systems and Weak Factorization Systems, Online Algebraic Topology Seminar, October 2020.
  • Operads, ¿cómo parametrizar operaciones de manera coherente?, Cibercoloquio de Matemáticas, October 2020.
  • Equivariant infinite loop space machines, IHES Summer School, July 2020.
  • Constructing equivariant spectra via categorical Mackey functors, Banff Research Station, February 2016.
  • Modeling stable 2-types, MSRI, April 2014.

    Collaborators

  • Julie Bergner
  • Skye Binegar
  • Anna Marie Bohmann
  • Bert Guillou
  • Nick Gurski
  • Niles Johnson
  • Kristen Mazur
  • Peter May
  • Mona Merling
  • Kyle Ormsby
  • Viktoriya Ozornova
  • Kate Ponto
  • Martina Rovelli
  • Claudia Scheimbauer
  • Marc Stephan
  • Carolyn Yarnall

  • Conference organizing

  • I am co-organizing the fourth edition of the Women in Topology Workshop.
  • I co-organized the third edition of the Women in Topology Workshop, at the Hausdorff Institute in Bonn, Germany, August 2019.
  • I co-organized the 62nd Cascade Topology Seminar at PSU, May 11-12, 2019.
  • I am the administrator for the mailing list of the Cascade Topology Seminar. If you would like to be added to the list, please send me an email with your request.
  • Reed College hosted the Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Research Symposium (USTARS) in April, 2018.
  • I co-organized the conference Homotopy Theory in the Ecliptic: Chromatic, Equivariant, and Motivic Mathematics, on the occasion of Doug Ravenel's 70th birthday. The conference took place at Reed College, August 18-21, 2017.
  • I was the chair of the scientific committee for the Topology Ecuador 2017 Conference that took place in the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador, in August 14-18, 2017.
  • Kyle Ormsby and I organized the conference on Equivariant and Motivic Homotopy Theory at Reed College, May 30-31, 2015.

  • Some links:

    CV
    Reed College Math Department
    Reed Conference on Equivariant and Motivic Homotopy Theory
    UofC Math Department
    UofC Topology Seminar
    MIT Math Department
    MIT Topology Seminar
    MIT Babytop Seminar