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Algebra Seminar
This seminar is held on Tuesdays at 4pm in 210 Deady.
Fall Quarter, 2010
October 5 -
Edward Richmond
- University of British Columbia
Coxeter foldings and generalized Littlewood-Richardson coefficients
October 5, 5-5:50 pm, 106 Friendly (UNUSUAL TIME AND PLACE!) -
Benjamin Elias
- Columbia University
Manin-Schechtman theory and Soergel bimodules
October 12 -
Vadim Vologodsky
- University of Oregon
Computing integrals via cohomology
October 19 -
Orit Davidovich
- University of Texas, Austin
State Sums in 2-dimensional G-equivariant Extended Topological Field Theories
October 22, 4pm (UNUSUAL DAY!) -
Ivan Losev
- MIT
Quantizations of Kleinian singularities
October 26 -
Joachim Cuntz
- University of Munster
Functoriality of C*-algebras associated with rings of integers and related questions.
November 9 -
Valerio Toledano Laredo
- Northeastern University
Yangians, quantum loop algebras and trigonometric connections
November 30 -
Graduate class offering
Winter Quarter, 2011
January 11 -
Dylan Rupel
- University of Oregon
Quantum Cluster Algebras and Quivers
January 18, 3pm (UNUSUAL TIME!) -
Ben Webster
- University of Oregon
Categorification and Lie algebras
February 1 -
David Jordan
- MIT
Quantized multiplicative quiver varieties
February 8 -
David Penneys
- UC Berkeley
The representation theory of a subfactor
March 1 -
Carl Mautner
- Harvard University
Tilting modules and parity sheaves
March 8 -
Peter Tingley
- MIT
Universal Verma modules and the Misra-Miwa Fock space
March 15 -
Anthony Licata
- Stanford University
Heisenberg categorification and Hilbert Schemes
Spring Quarter, 2011
March 29 -
Alexei Davydov
- University of New Hampshire
Categorical Schur-Weyl duality
April 5 -
Allen J. Stewart
- University of Oregon
On the center of the ring of differential operators on a smooth variety over Z/p^nZ.
May 31 (joint algebra-analysis-topology seminar) -
Igor Mineyev
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Hanna Neumann Conjecture, generalizations, and relations to several fields of mathematics.
Algebra Seminar 2009-2010
Algebra Seminar 2008-2009
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