Charles Eaton

Charles Eaton

Senior Lecturer

School of Mathematics, Alan Turing Building
University of Manchester
Oxford Road,
Manchester, M13 9PL, UK

Room 2.214
Tel: +44 (0)161 3063697
Fax: +44 (0)161 3063669
E-mail: charles.eaton@manchester.ac.uk

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:00-12:45


Conference in Manchester for Geoffrey Robinson's 60th birthday
On 2nd-6th September 2013 there will be a Heilbronn Day on "Groups and Their Representations", and a conference on "Brauer's Problems - 50 years on", celebrating Geoffrey Robinson's 60th birthday. Click here for details.

Teaching
MATH10111 Sets, Numbers and Functions.
Research interests
Representation theory of finite groups, especially modular representation theory
Manchester algebra seminar
I'm co-organiser of the Manchester algebra seminar. This takes place on Tuesdays at 4pm.

Research students

Inga Schwabrow (started 2012) The centre of a block

Pornrat Ruengrot (completed 2011) Perfect isometry groups for blocks of finite groups

Stavros Apostolou (completed 2009) Generalisations of the representation theory of p-solvable groups

Recent papers

Morita equivalence classes of $2$-blocks of defect three, submitted

(with R. Kessar, B. Külshammer and B. Sambale) $2$-blocks with abelian defect groups, Adv. Math. 254 (2014), 706-735

(with A. Moreto) Extending Brauer's height zero conjecture to blocks with nonabelian defect groups, to appear, Int. Math. Res. Not. (available electronically)

(with J. An) Nilpotent blocks of quasisimple groups for the prime two, Alg. Rep. Theor 16 (2013), 1-28

(with B. Külshammer and B. Sambale) $2$-blocks with minimal nonabelian defect groups, II, J. Group Theory 15 (2012), 311-321.

(with J. An) Blocks with extraspecial defect groups of finite quasisimple groups, J. Algebra 328 (2011), 301-321

(with D.Craven, R.Kessar and M.Linckelmann), The structure of blocks with a Klein four defect group, Math. Zeit. 268 (2011), 441-476

(with J. An) Nilpotent blocks of quasisimple groups for odd primes, J. Reine Angew. Math. 656 (2011), 131-177

 

 



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