Next week I will be in Domodossola giving a research course on topos theory for the 2022 edition of the International Alpine School of Mathematics and Physics.
The title of my course is Grothendieck toposes, invariants and ‘bridges’. The course will be an introduction to the theory of Grothendieck toposes, with a specific emphasis on the invariants that one can define on them. The point of view that we shall take is the one provided by the theory of toposes as ‘bridges’, which we shall present and illustrate through a selection of notable examples. We shall also discuss the application of these techniques to the investigation and discovery of dualities, equivalences and correspondences in mathematics and beyond.