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Summer School "Geometric, Algebraic and Combinatorial Methods in Modular Representation Theory", July 23-27, 2018

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When Jul 23, 2018 09:00 AM to
Jul 27, 2018 04:00 PM
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Topic:

The summer school will be focussed on the geometry of modular representations and its relation to special bimodules. There will be two lecture courses in the morning with exercise sessions in the afternoon and occasional lectures by some of the participants on their own work.

Speakers:

• Simon Riche (University of Clermont Auvergne)

• Shotaro Makisumi (Columbia University)

Schedule:

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Locations

Registration: during the fist coffee breake, room 331-  Ernst-Zermelo-Str.. 1 - Building

2 on the campus map

Lectures: HS II (lecture hall) - Albertstr. 23b - Building 13 on the campus map

Discussions: seminar room 404 - Ernst-Zermelo-Str.. 1 - Building 2 on the campus map

Coffee breaks: room 331 (4th floor) - Ernst-Zermelo-Str.. 1 - Building 2 on the campus map

Registration:

To enroll please send an e-mail until June 10, 2018 to:

 gk1821-admin@math.uni-freiburg.de

Funding:

As a general rule, you are supposed to arrive with your own funding but there are also some limited funds available.

Accommodation:

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Organizer:

Wolfgang Soergel

List of participants:

Henning Haahr-Andersen, Aarhus University

Jitendra Bajpai, University of  Goettingen

Pierre Baumann, University of Strasbourg

Oliver Braunling, University of Freiburg

Jan Christensen , Aarhus University

Jens Eberhardt, UCLA Department of Mathematics

Michael Ehrig, University of Sydney

Parisa Ghazizadeh, Paris Diderot University

Julius Giesler, University of Freiburg

Thorge Jensen, Université Clermont-Ferrand

Hankyung Ko, University of Bonn

Ajinkya Kulkarni, University of Burgundy

Wille Liu, IMJ-PRG

Benjamin McDonnell, University of Freiburg

Leonardo Patimo, University of Freiburg

Petra Schwer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Nai-Heng Sheu , National Taiwan University

Daniel Tubbenhauer, University of Zurich

Giovanni Zaccanelli, University of Freiburg

 

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