Adam Dor On, Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Waterloo
“K1 of a C*-algebra, continued”
Last time we defined K1 group of a C*-algebra, so now we will continue with examples. The aim is to outline the “six-term exact sequence” associated with the two groups K0(A) and K1(A), and how it can be used to calculate K0 and K1 of various algebras. Finally we will be able to understand the statement of the Kirchberg–Phillips Theorem.