We meet on Tuesdays at 4pm during the teaching semester. Tea is provided beforehand at 3:40pm. Afterwards we usually go for a drink together and, if there is a visiting speaker, we go for dinner.
Everyone is welcome to attend and graduate students are particularly encouraged to come. There is a mailing list; to join, leave, or read mailings, go here.
The seminars are organised by Charles Eaton and Toby Stafford. If you have any enquiries, please contact Charles Eaton at the University of Manchester; Tel: (0161) 306 3697.
Seminars take place in Frank Adams Room 1, in the Alan Turing Building. Tea is on the Atrium Bridge, on the first floor.
30th September Stephane Launois (University of Kent) Efficient recognition of totally nonnegative cells
7th October Mike Prest (University of Manchester) Infinite-dimensional representations of (domestic) string algebras
8th October Brian Hartley Day
14th October Kristin Arnesen (Trondheim) The Auslander-Reiten structure of the derived category of certain algebras (Abstract)
21st October Dmitriy Rumynin (University of Warwick) D-Modules on Projective Stacks (Abstract)
4th November Ilke Canakci (University of Leicester) Clusters and triangulations (Abstract)
11th November Haralampos Geranios (University of York) Composition Factors of Tensor Products of Truncated Symmetric Powers (Abstract)
18th November NOTE ROOM CHANGE - G209 Jan Foniok (MMU) Adjoint functors in graph theory (Abstract)
25th November Steve Donkin (University of York) Invariants of Specht modules (Abstract)
2nd December Susan Sierra (University of Edinburgh) Quivers and representations of locally finite Lie algebras (Abstract)
9th December Toby Stafford (previously scheduled speaker is ill) (University of Manchester) Higher symmetries and differential operators (Abstract)
6th January Maurice Chiodo (Universite de Neuchatel)
27th January Martin Kalck (University of Edinburgh)
24th February Lidia Angeleri Hügel (Università degli Studi di Verona)
3rd March Radha Kessar (City University London)
10th March Inna Capdeboscq (University of Warwick)
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