MAT595: “Seminar Representation theory of algebras”
The philosophy is: Many interesting questions in
mathematics can be studied by looking at their
linearization a.k.a. their linear shadows.
This is the main idea behind representation theory.
For example, one can study algebras
(which are non-linear) and their linear shadows, which is the main objective of the seminar.
Daniel Tubbenhauer email
Please put [Seminar algebras] as the subject.
Online System of the UZH
This website is up to date, and not the ones from the UZH.
However, please still register yourself online.
BSC or MSC or PhD students in Mathematics interested in a mixture of linear algebra
and combinatorics, but everyone is welcome.
Where and when?
- Usual session:
- Every Monday from 13:00-14:45
- Room Y21F70
- First meeting: 02.Mar.2020
- Last meeting: 18.May.2020
- Preliminary meeting:
- Friday, 14.Feb.2019, 13:15-15:00, Room Y27H28
- Mini presentation:
- 02.Mar.2020, Speaker: Mariya, Topic: Representations of quivers I
- 09.Mar.2020, Speaker: Therese, Topic: Representations of quivers II
- 16.Mar.2020, Speaker: Caroline and Rebekka, Topic: Projective and injective representations I
- 23.Mar.2020, Speaker: Angela, Topic: Projective and injective representations II
- 30.Mar.2020, Speaker: Genta, Topic: Projective and injective representations III
- 06.Apr.2020, Speaker: Luca and Marius, Topic: Auslander--Reiten quivers
- 27.Apr.2020, Speaker: Mario and Vivien, Topic: Gabriel's theorem
- 04.May.2020, Speaker: Emre and Lily, Topic: Algebras and modules I
- 11.May.2020, Speaker: Stephan, Topic: Algebras and modules II
- 18.May.2020, Speaker: Lucy and Simon, Topic: Quivers with relations
Goals of the talks
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