This seminar is held on Tuesdays at 4pm in 210 Deady.
Fall Quarter, 2005
 September 27  Arkady Berenstein  University of Oregon.
From crystal bases to geometric crystals
 October 4  Sebastian Zwicknagl  University of Oregon.
Braided symmetric and exterior algebras II: Flat modules and Poisson structures
 November 1  Jonathan Brundan  University of Oregon.
Good grading polytopes
 November 10, Thursday, 4pm, Deady 210 (note the unusual time!) 
Pavel Etingof  MIT.
Central extensions of
preprojective algebras of Dynkin quivers, quantum Heisenberg algebras, and
Hecke algebras of 2dimensional complex reflection groups
 November 29,  Dan Dugger  University of Oregon.
Introduction to
Motivic Cohomology
Winter Quarter, 2006
 February 7,  Victor Ostrik  University of Oregon.
Simple modules over a
semisimple Lie algebra in prime characteristic (after Bezrukavnikov,
Mirkovic and Rumynin)
 February 28,  Dev Sinha  University of Oregon.
Duality between Lie
and commutative algebras, revisited
 March 7,  Brad Shelton  University of Oregon.
PBW deformations of
graded algebras
 March 14,  Greg Landweber  University of Oregon.
Offshell supersymmetry and
filtered Clifford supermodules
Spring Quarter, 2006
 April 11,  Sebastian Zwicknagl 
University of Oregon.
Deformations of Symmetric
ModuleAlgebras
 April 18,  Weiqiang Wang  University of Virginia.
A new class of double affine Hecke
algebras associated to the spin symmetric groups
 April 25,  Jonathan Brundan  University of Oregon.
SchurWeyl duality for higher
levels (again)
 May 2,  William Kantor  University of Oregon.
Presentations of finite
simple groups
 May 9,  John Collins  University of Oregon.
Introduction to Stability
Conditions
 May 16,  Gary Seitz  University of Oregon.
Unipotent and nilpotent
classes in algebraic groups,
finite groups of Lie type, and associated Lie algebras
 May 23,  Charles Curtis  University of Oregon.
Exponential sums and representations
of finite groups of Lie type
 May 30,  Victor Ostrik  University of Oregon.
Asymptotic Hecke ring of a Weyl
group
 June 6,  Jonathan Brundan  University of Oregon.
Combinatorial representation
theory of the general linear supergroup
