Frontiers in Representation Theory

David Wood

  •  14 Feb 2022 - 25 Feb 2022
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Nora Ganter (University of Melbourne)
Masoud Kamgarpour (University of Queensland)
Peter McNamara (University of Melbourne)
Peng Shan (Tsinghua University)
Yaping Yang (University of Melbourne)
Gufang Zhao (University of Melbourne)

Program Description: 
Representation theory and homotopy theory are two central branches of mathematics. In recent years, new exciting and similar structures have been found in both areas. This workshop will bring together leading mathematicians interested in these two important areas of mathematics. The aim of this workshop is to encourage and support the interaction and collaboration between the two areas, and hope to make more deep connections. The program will consist of research talks by the participants on cutting-edge topics in representation theory and homotopy theory.

Program Structure: 
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Participant list:
Yaping Yang (University of Melbourne)
Gufang Zhao (University of Melbourne)
Peter McNamara (University of Melbourne)
Paul Zinn-Justin (Melbourne)
Bregje Pauwels (The University of Sydney)
Christopher Hone (University of Sydney)
Davood Nejaty (University of Melbourne)
Weiying Guo (University of Melbourne)
Gaston Burrull (University of Sydney)
Mengfan Lyu (University of Sydney)
Chenyan Wu (University of Melbourne)
Johanna Knapp (University of Melbourne)
David Ridout (University of Melbourne)
Sasha Garbali (University of Melbourne)

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MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 15 February 2022
On the first Tuesday of each program, MATRIX provides a pre-dinner wine and cheese afternoon. Produce is locally-sourced to showcase delicacies from the region.