PURE MATHEMATICS SEMINAR
September - December 2003
|29||Evgenii Khukhro||Cardiff||Lie algebras with almost regular automorphisms|
|6||Brita Nucinkis||Zuerich||On dimensions in Bredon homology|
|13||Karl Gruenberg||London||Exponents of cohomology and the principal ideal theorem|
|20||Jim Brooks||Gainsville||Equicontinuity: Applications to C*-algebras and stochastic integration|
|27||Stephen Power||Lancaster||Invariant subspaces for some Lie semigroups of unitary operators|
|3||Yuri Bazlov||London||A Clifford algebra analogue of the Harish-Chandra map|
|10||Vincent Guirardel||Toulouse||Limit groups and groups acting freely on R^n-trees|
|17||Rebecca Thorn||London||Metric diophantine approximation, a geometric approach|
|24||Dan Segal||Oxford||Subgroups of finite index in profinite groups|
|1||David Edwards||Oxford||Function lattices and commutative lattices of Hilbert-space projections|
|8||Roger Bryant||Manchester||Lie modules for the general linear group|
|15||John Wilson||Oxford||Aspects of growth of groups|
The talks are held on Mondays at 16:30 in the Mathematics Seminar Room (103) on Level 1 of the Mathematics Building, Queen Mary, University of London. Tea and coffee are available in the Mathematics Common Room (102) from 15:00. Cheese and wine may follow after the talk.
The nearest underground station is Stepney Green. Turn left at the exit and walk approximately 400 yards. More detailed travel information is available here. Details of other mathematics seminars at Queen Mary are available here, and past Pure Mathematics seminar programmes are available here.
For more information, or confirmation, send an email to T.W.Muller@qmul.ac.uk.
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