Atiyah, Bott and Shapiro defined orientations of real and complex K-theory that were later refined to maps of ($E_\infty$-ring) spectra $$MSpin \to KO$$ and $$MSpin^c \to KU.$$

Likewise, but more complicated, the Witten genus was refined in a paper by Ando, Hopkins and Rezk to the string orientation $$MString \to tmf$$ into connective $tmf$. This has also a "complex" version: for every (even periodic) elliptic spectrum, there is an orientation $$MU\langle 6\rangle \to E,$$ as already shown earlier in Elliptic Spectra, the Witten Genus and the Theorem of the Cube.

This provides "string orientations" for many variants of $TMF$ with level structure; for example, $TMF(n)$ is an elliptic spectrum for $n\geq 3$. But it does not constitute a fully satisfactory theory of string orientations for topological modular forms with level structures for the following two reasons:

- It is not obvious that the map $MU\langle 6\rangle \to TMF(n)$ factor over its connective version $tmf(n)$. The latter is understood to be the connective cover of the "compactified" $Tmf(n)$ defined first by Goerss and Hopkins and then in greater generality by Hill and Lawson.
- Many level structures do
*not*define elliptic spectra. For example, the spectra $TMF_0(n)$ are not complex oriented in general.

So my question is: Is there a notion of "string bordism with level structure" and corresponding string orientations, producing for example a map into $tmf_0(3)$?

Note: The composition $MString \to tmf \to tmf_0(3)$ is obviously not what I want.

HP$^2$-bundles and elliptic homology" by Kreck and Stolz (Acta171(1993) pp. 231-261) should be mentioned too as highly relevant $\endgroup$