 Weeks one and two will focus on seminars and collaborative research amongst the participants. A schedule of the seminars (all taking place at 10:30 in the Boltzmann Lecture Hall) is as follows:
Tuesday, November 6. Hermann SchulzBaldes (FriedrichAlexander Universitaet ErlangenNuernberg). Monopole insertion and spectral flow in topological insulator
Thursday, November 8. Siegfried Echterhoff (Westfahlische Wilhelms Universitaet Muenster). The minimal exact crossed product and the BaumConnes conjecture
Friday, November 9. Branimir Cacic (University of New Brunswick, Fredericton). Noncommutative principal bundles in unbounded KKtheory
Tuesday, November 13. Paul Baum (Penn State University). Twisted $K$homology.
Wednesday, November 14. Joachim Cuntz (Westfahlische Wilhelms Universitaet Muenster). Linear functionals on C*algebras and their commutative subalgebras.
Thursday, November 15. Ryszard Nest (University of Copenhagen) Group cocycles and algebraic Ktheory.
Friday, November 16. Giovanni Landi (Università degli studi di Trieste) Line bundles over noncommutative spaces.
with more details in the seminar abstracts
 Week three will take the form of a masterclass at the postdoctoral level on Kasparov theory and its applications. A schedule of the masterclass (November 1923) is as follows (also in [pdf])
Time  Monday 19 
Tuesday 20 
Wednesday 21  Thursday 22  Friday 23 

9:3010:30  Mesland/Rennie  Mesland/Rennie  Kaad  Kaad  Kaad 
10:3011:00  Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea 
11:0012:00  Mesland/Rennie  Discussion/questions  Bourne  Discussion/questions  Prodan 
12:0014:00  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch  Lunch 
14:0015:00  Bourne  Bourne  Free afternoon or:  vd Dungen  vd Dungen 
15:0015:30  Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea  Higson – A rapid tour through noncommutative geometry 
Coffee/tea  Coffee/tea 
15:3016:30  Discussion/questions  Prodan  Prodan  
16:3017:00  Discussion/questions  Discussion/questions 
The lecturers and topics are as follows:

 Chris Bourne (Tohoku). Topological phases, index theory and Kasparov theory.
 Koen van den Dungen (Bonn). Towards noncommutative Lorentzian geometry.
 Jens Kaad (Odense). Recent advances in (unbounded) KKtheory
 Bram Mesland (Bonn) and Adam Rennie (Wollongong). Introduction to operator algebras and KKtheory.
 Emil Prodan (Yeshiva). Physics and applications of topological phases: How KKtheory can help?
with more details in the masterclassabstracts.
 Week four will be a research workshop, which include talks by:
 Sara Azzali
 Chris Bourne
 Koen van den Dungen
 Krysztof Gawedzki
 Victor Gayral
 Magnus Goffeng
 Uli Kraemer
 Ryszard Nest
 Emil Prodan
 Harald Steinacker