MAT564: “Seminar Representation theory of $\mathfrak{sl}_2$”
Representation theory is an important and intensively studied area of modern
mathematics with applications to basically all major areas of mathematics and physics.
The aim of this seminar is to learn what representation theory is all about, with the
focus on the toy example of $\mathfrak{sl}_2$ where everything can be done explicitly.
Contact
Daniel Tubbenhauer email
Please put [Seminar sl2] as the subject.
Online System of the UZH
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Who?

Bachelor students, Master
students and upwards interested in a mixture of algebra and category theory.
In particular, students following the lecture
“Introduction to representation theory” by Anna Beliakova
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(This seminar will start mid of March after the first concepts were
introduced in the lecture “Introduction to representation theory”.)
Where and when?
 Usual session:
 Every Monday from 10:1512:00
 Room Y27H28, University Zurich, Institute of Mathematics
 First meeting: 18.Mar.2019
 Preliminary meeting:
 Friday, 01.Feb.2019, 10:1512:00, Room Y27H28
 Summary:
 Mini presentation:
Schedule
 18.Mar.2019, Speaker: Mariya, Topic: The finitedimensional case I  the simples Notes: Click
 25.Mar.2019, Speaker: Samuel, Topic: The finitedimensional case II  semisimplicity
 01.Apr.2019, Speaker: Arno, Topic: The finitedimensional case III  unitarizability
 08.Apr.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Universal enveloping algebra I  the PBW theorem
 15.Apr.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Universal enveloping algebra II  the Cartan subalgebra
 29.Apr.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Universal enveloping algebra III  the HarishChandra homomorphism
 06.May.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Weight modules I  weight, Verma and dense modules
 13.May.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Weight modules II  the simples
 20.May.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Weight modules III  categorical considerations
 27.May.2019, Speaker: TBA, Topic: Outlook  category $\mathcal{O}$
Goals of the talks
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