London Algebra Colloquium

City University London   Imperial College London   Queen Mary, University of London

Colloquia at Queen Mary, University of London, September–December 2012

As of 19th November 2012, City University London has officially joined Imperial College London and Queen Mary, University of London as an official host of the London Algebra Colloquium.
The Colloquium this term takes place in Room 103, Mathematics Building, at Queen Mary at 4:45pm. Tea/coffee might (or might not) be available beforehand from 4:15pm in Room 102.

I no longer organise the London Algebra Colloquium, but will maintain mirror pages for this colloquium for the coming year. The official webpage for this Colloquium is now here (which now redirects to here).

Details of (all) previous colloquia can be found here.
The previous term’s seminars can also be found here.
The next term’s seminars can also be found here.

The programme for this term is as follows:

11th October                        Markus Linckelmann (City)
Simple modules and quasi-hereditary twisted category algebras
18th October Ivan Tomašić (Queen Mary)
Multiplicity in difference geometry
25th October Radha Kessar (City)
Classifying blocks of simple groups
1st November Alexander Premet (Manchester)
Derived subalgebras of nilpotent centralisers, finite W-algebras, and completely prime primitive ideals
8th November Kevin McGerty (Oxford) CANCELLED at short notice
Localization theory for quantum Hamiltonian reductions
8th November Will Donovan (Edinburgh) Given at short notice as a replacement for the above
Derived categories, braid groups and resolutions of singularities
15th November Jeremy Rickard (Bristol)
Support varieties and blocks
22nd November Rowena Paget (Kent)
Deflating characters of symmetric groups
29th November Behrang Noohi (Queen Mary)
Galois cohomology of crossed-modules and cohomology of reductive groups
6th December Konstantin Ardakov (Queen Mary)
Quantised rigid analytic cotangent bundles
13th December Thomas Müller (Queen Mary)
Presentations associated with group actions on sets

John N. Bray
6th December 2012