2019-10-07 ~ 2019-10-11 1264
Dates: 7-11 October 2019
The representation theory of quivers and finite dimensional algebras is one of the most fruitful parts of modern representation theory. Important developments in the last few decades include various homological dimensions, higher Auslander-Reiten theory, derived categories and tilting/silting theory. Algebraic representation theory has led to many interactions with other areas of mathematics, such as Lie theory (Lie algebras and quantum groups via Hall algebras and quiver varieties), commutative algebra (via support varieties), algebraic geometry (via quiver moduli and stability conditions), topology (via braid groups and differential graded algebras), and the theory of cluster algebras (additive and monoid categorifications).
The main aim of this workshop is to bring experts and researchers worldwide together to communicate new developments and new directions on algebraic representation theory and related topics, as well as to provide opportunities for young scholars and students from China to learn the relevant subjects.
|William Crawley-Boevey||Bielefeld University / leeds university|
|Osamu Iyama||Nagoya University|
|Henning Krause||Bielefeld University|
|Steffen Oppermann||Norwegian University of Science and Technology|
|Pierre-Guy Plamondon||Universite Paris-Sud|
|Yu Qiu||Tsinghua University|
|Yu Zhou||Tsinghua University|