New Trends in Representation Theory
The Impact of Cluster Theory in Representation Theory
University of Leicester
19-23 June 2017
Organizers: Karin Baur (Graz), Sibylle Schroll (Leicester) and Nick Woodhouse (CMI)
The focus is on recent advances that have emerged in representation theory through cluster theory: n-representation theory, integrable systems and friezes, and silting and infinite dimensional representations. These areas of mathematics are enriched by their interactions with other areas of mathematics such as category theory, dynamical systems and mathematical physics.
These lecture courses will be supplemented by tutorial sessions.
Martin Herschend (Uppsala), Pierre-Guy Plamondon (Orsay) and Mike Prest (Manchester)
Research students who will not have completed their PhD’s by the start of the Research School and who would otherwise be unable to attend can apply for financial aid.