All lectures will take place in Lawrence Hall, Room 166. Summaries of the lecture topics are available here.

9:00 David Speyer, Michigan

Overview

10:15 Theo Johnson-Freyd, Berkeley

Topological duality of Hopf algebras

11:30 A.J. Stewart, Oregon

Hall algebras over C

2:45 Bruce Fontaine, Toronto

The path algebra construction of U(n) and the canonical basis

4:00 Matt Davis, Harvey Mudd

The preprojective algebra construction of U(n) and the semicanonical basis

6:00 Pizza and problem session at the EMU

9:00 David Speyer, Michigan

More overview

10:15 Kevin Dilks, Minnesota

Cluster algebras: basic definitions

11:30 Peter McNamara, Stanford

Cluster algebras: first properties

2:45 Anna Bertiger, Cornell

Double Bruhat cells

4:00 Jenna Rajchgot, Cornell

Cluster structures on double Bruhat cells

8:00 Problem session at McMenamins

9:00-9:30 Nicholas Proudfoot, Oregon

More overview

9:45 Pierre-Guy Plamendon, Paris 7

The Euler characteristic of a quiver flag manifold and the cluster structure on C[N]

11:00 Qin Fan, Paris 7

The Euler characteristic of a quiver Grassmannian and cluster structures of type Q

2:00 hike

7:00 banquet

9:00 Greg Muller, LSU

Representation theory of the preprojective algebra, I

10:30 Sarah Scherotzke, Paris 7

Representation theory of the preprojective algebra, II

2:00 Dylan Rupel, Oregon

The multiplicative formula for the dual semicanonical basis

4:00 Ben Elias, Columbia / MIT

Triangulated categories

8:00 Problem session at McMenamins

9:00 Carl Mautner, Harvard

Representation theory of quivers

10:15 Ben Webster, Oregon / Northeastern

2-Calabi-Yau categories and cluster algebras, I

11:30 David Stern, Kenya

Cluster mutation via quiver representations

2:45 Philipp Lampe, Bielefeld

2-Calabi-Yau categories and cluster algebras, II